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Old 14-05-14, 05:09 PM   #1
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Default Early Lister ''J''

Hi all,

I've recently picked up an early Lister ''j'' I think.
She was near Italia (more than 2000 miles done)
fortunatelly we had sun and spent holydays there.
now the engine is in my shed and will wait until the Lister ''L'' will be on her trolley.

Lacks many parts, hope I'll can find most of them.

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Old 02-06-14, 07:43 AM   #2
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Hi all,

Here's better photos of the ''j'' type,

I think I'll wait for this winter to begin the work because it lacks several parts.
So, I hope finding a maximum of missing parts.
Moreover if somebody has a wreck or parts in its shed ...
I'll do a list on this thread later.

it's a 01/1912 engine, sold in France in Bordeaux town to Faul and sons,
Many thanks to D.Edgington for all the answers about.


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Old 02-06-14, 01:41 PM   #3
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Pascal
Lovely to see you engine, and I look forward to seeing your progress, there are many other Lister enthusiasts here, hopefully some can help with your missing parts
Good Luck
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Old 13-11-14, 08:40 AM   #4
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Hi all

Could you please tell me what brand of flick mag would
Fit on
I'm also looking for a carburetor for her...

Thank you un advance

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Old 13-11-14, 09:59 AM   #5
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Hi Pascal.
The most likely mag will be a Bosch 22. By 1912 the the Lister's had settled into the style that carried through to 1920 with very little change so parts will be easily obtainable
The Bosch 22 mags were not always used on the later engines.
My early engines all have different flick mags. I will have to look at them to see what the magnetos are. I am sure my 1911 engine has the Bosch 22.
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Hello Pascal, should be Bosch 22
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Old 13-11-14, 10:36 AM   #7
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Many thanks Mervyn and Sidecrank,

Now I know what magneto will fit on the engine, I can now start the research



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Hi all,

As Lister J are fashionnable, I come back with mine.
And I have a question about the governor and more about the sping and the two
Brass pulleys, the assembly seems be original.
I don't find informations about this on H to R types Lister engine book.
If someone can help please
Many thanks
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This photo is maybe more explicit.

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Ooohhhh how I am stupid....

I think that it is a manual regulation to increase or decrease the speed rotation. There is a steel plate on the right of the cylinder which possesses notches, the manual lever on the cylinder has disappeared.

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