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1918 10-20 Titan New Project


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Default Re: 1918 10-20 Titan New Project

You will also be looking for the steel cover that goes over the oil cups and push rod ends on to of the cyl. (it is missing in the second photo of post #2) The oil cups also would have had wicking material in them to slowly allow the oil into the lifters for lubrication when running. Then the tin gear guard for the sprockets on the clutch side gearing. Overall, you have a pretty nice unit to work with.
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Thanks that's why I came here and asked this is new to me the rest of my stuff is regulars and f series. I appreciate the help thank you.
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It will be a great process to follow, we have one that is so close to being finished its a shame that it has taken so long. I think my two biggest problems are the mag and the mixer, we have had it belt started but it won't keep running for any length of time and it won't crank start at all. I would sure like to find the pot metal part that the mixer needle seats into, ours was broken and I fabricated one that i'm not happy with.
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Hi PB,

Any progress on the Titan?
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