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Two cylinder Delco-Light liquid "STARTED"


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Old 12-10-2004, 09:36:51 PM
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After a year and a half of just sitting there beside the stove, the liquid cooled Delco-Light generator is torn down and on my bench. I don't guess I can do much wood working on the bench until I get going on this new winter project.

Thanks to Randy and Vernon in Texas I am now going to have my own two cylinder liquid cooled Delco-Light unit. I will probably be mowing grass before this thing is completed however.

Wish me luck fellows.

"DELCO DON" Southern Illinois
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Don, if it really gets to be a problem and you need to get on to other projects, I know someone who would be happy to take over the project, and even store it and take it to shows for five or ten years.
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One thing I absolutely gotta say about Gus, he's one of the few guys whose good looks are only exceded by his generoscity.

How's that GE welder comin Gus?
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Franz, the welder is in good hands, thinkin' about putting a gas engine on it. I don't have a single phase motor big or old enough to put on it. Guess I have to put up with the old Lincoln stick welder for awhile.
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