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exploded parts view of a Stover CT-2


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Old 04-04-2005, 02:22:34 PM
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Default exploded parts view of a Stover CT-2

Hello,
Does anybody have a exploded parts view of a Stover CT_2? I have a real good friend that has a CT-2 and he's trying to get it back together in time for Otis Old Iron Days April 23-24 (see show dates) and he's got one part that he's not sure where it came from. The part looks like a baffle, it's made of sheet metal, rectangular in shape with 2 right angle bends in each end and mounting holes. He been having a hard time this past few weeks. His mom passed away and the wife's puppy has liver failure. He's semi-retired and trying to stay busy, to keep his mind focused. He don't know it yet but his 1914 Neward (only made them one year) is going to be on the shows commermerative belt buckle!
If you have a copy you could copy off for me I'd pay to have you copy it and mail it, or I might have a copy of a manual you might need and we could make a swap! Let me know!

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My guess is that the baffle was the one installed in the cover, in the vicinity of the breather.
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