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Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014


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Old 10-16-2013, 10:18 PM
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Default Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show

May 2, 3,4 2014
Steam Park Grounds
Pawnee, Oklahoma

http://www.oklahomathreshers.org/
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:40 PM
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

Mark, You forgot to mention that the featured engine, for 2014, is Dalen Wolff's 1/2 scale Case 65 that was built by the late Tony Benda. Featured gas tractor and gas engine is John Deere. 2015 featured engine and gas tractor is Rumley. Just voted on last Sunday. Spread the word.....ED
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

When we were at the "Melee in the mud" a few years ago, Tony Benda was having the time of his life with that engine, and all the young engineers he had in training.
I have a cple pics of him & the kids, but its not scanned into my computer.
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Dalen Wolff's 1/2 scale Case 65

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsYG1lFd9QA
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Farquhar, This may have been from the year that you are speaking of. This is, what I consider, a dynamic photo of Dalen as a youngster and Tony, looking into the future....ED
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

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Dalen Wolff's 1/2 scale Case 65

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsYG1lFd9QA
I watched the video.

The engineers looked they were doing a good job.

What were the feedwater supplies for this scale model? I didn't see that in the video...

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Old 10-16-2013, 11:59 PM
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

I can see a geared pump off the crankshaft (traditional Case placement), and would assume there's probably an injector stuffed somewhere...
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Old 10-18-2013, 05:33 PM
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

Note to all Tony's engine now Dalen's is a Terning built engine. That engine has one injector it is located on the left side and a gear driven water pump.

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Old 10-22-2013, 09:45 AM
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Are they just featuring Dalen Wolff's engine or are they featuring all scale 65hp Case engines? I was told the latter.

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Old 10-24-2013, 08:58 AM
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As far as it has been said in the board room, it will only be Dalen's. The original idea was to make the "Steam Feature" all scale models (the club also has had a 1/3 scale 65 donated), but thanks to Oklahoma's strict boiler code laws, this notion was struck down. Usually at Pawnee, the feature engine is just one person's engine and sometimes others bring theirs to compliment the lineup. With around fifteen engines, it's hard not to have recent repeats. The club's Corliss was almost this year's feature, but it had been featured in recent memory, at least recent memory for several of us old timers. I don't know where you heard the rumor,and it doesn't matter. If you or someone that you know, would like to display anything, bring it on. Thanks for the interest...ED
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I guess U forgot about my 1/2 scale Altman Canton Monitor?
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Must have. Don't shoot me, I'm only the messenger. I write the newsletter, build buildings and do maintenance, nothing more. If your not on the board, you don't vote on the features. Are you a club member? Are you regularly in contact with any board members? Maybe you could be a future feature. Russel and Caleb Carpenter contacted the Pres about Advance Rumely being the 2015 feature engine and tractor (since they have amassed quite a collection). As a result Rumely will be the features in 2015. This was an unprecedented move in that usually the next year's features are chosen during the June Board meeting, approximately one month after the show. This is one year and several months early. No one said you can't bring your engine, or that it won't be appreciated. If you are a member, you will read in the newsletter that I constantly encourage non-board members to attend board meetings. This is an example why....ED
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

Altman, are you out there somewhere?????
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

Just wonder after coming to the show for many years and get overlooked. Yes I don't have a big engine but I do have a one of a kind and that makes this engine special to me and other people who like model engines.The man that built this engine did a good job building a 1/2 scale engine from the original engine in a barn in Blackwell. So I just want to let U know that someone forgot one engine is all.
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Default Re: Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine Show 2014

I have a somewhat unrelated question: We were at the show last year and LOVED seeing the tent with the steam ice-cream maker. Does anyone know how to get in touch with those guys to invite them to a community event??
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It's powered by a John Deere gasoline engine, but that probably doesn't make any difference to you. Remember they are Amish, and that anything out of driving distance for a buggy or tractor, they will have to hire someone to drive them to. As a result, they have to make some pretty good bucks. To add to that, the owner is a farmer and business operator, making his time even more valuable. All that being said, if you want to pursue this, Private Message me and I will tell you how to get to his place. It is between Inola and Chouteau.
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well, poop! Alright, sounds like it'll not be worth it to them. Thanks!
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