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Old 01-18-2017, 01:03:32 AM
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Anyone got the details of the guy in Tamworth area for Lister parts?

Not sure of the model Lister yet but I know he is after a piston and conrod.
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Old 01-18-2017, 04:47:34 AM
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Anyone got the details of the guy in Tamworth area for Lister parts?

Not sure of the model Lister yet but I know he is after a piston and conrod.
Oi Cobba
That would be Brian Wells wouldn't it?
(02) 67608276

There's some 3hp diesel parts on fleabay at the moment including piston/conrod etc.

Cheer Scott
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Old 01-19-2017, 11:23:28 PM
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I don't know the size of the engine other than it is a twin and is diesel. But thanks for the heads up Scotty. Another guy sent the details of Brian Wells to me yesterday afternoon too, thanks Don.
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Old 01-19-2017, 11:38:07 PM
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early stover,fuel pump, throttler fuel mixer, crank guard
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Old 01-23-2017, 03:36:30 AM
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2.25 inch lister CS bigend bearing OR lister CS 2.5 crank.

Door into barrel cooling gallery, lister CS not fuel pump side one the exhaust side one.
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Sent u an email dan baalman
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Hi Group, I am after one international famous small transporter wheel.
I have large and small industrial inter wheels but need one more front wheel to finish transporter. Around two foot in diameter is what I need, would settle for rusted out wheel as long as it had a good original hub that I can rebuild.
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Parts wanted for Alamo engine / Webster Magneto
Wanted - Alamo Valve rod clamps (Iíve also heard it called a rod journal) for use with the Webster Magneto. I need two for a 2 HP Alamo ( the rod is Ĺ inch) and one for a 6 HP Alamo ( the rod is 5/8 inch). The magneto trip finger assembly mounts on the rod clamp.
Iím also looking for two pc of a 303K18 igniter bracket for a Webster magneto
If you have any of these and would sell them, please contact me.
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Bruce VB
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Old 01-25-2017, 03:19:00 PM
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Hi Group, I am after one international famous small transporter wheel.
I have large and small industrial inter wheels but need one more front wheel to finish transporter. Around two foot in diameter is what I need, would settle for rusted out wheel as long as it had a good original hub that I can rebuild.
Robbo
Hello all
Here's what Robbo is after. Another one of these. 600mm or 2' diameter
Cheers Scott

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Old 01-25-2017, 11:19:04 PM
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Hi guys I'm after two main bearing greasers and the greaser and elbow for a two HP Fairbanks morse z 2hp.
Thanks Adam
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That is a rare wheel Scotty or didn't it load up?
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Working on a Economy 5E. S/N 121945 I think it is a 1917 I picked it up from an estate sale. I was told it was used in one of the mines around Auburn CA. Near where I picked it up from. I am also told they still have the original crate it was shipped in from sears. I will be checking into that for sure. Anyways it was used as yard art. The piston is frozen and the cylinder is in poor shape. Wondering if anyone has a cylinder block up for grabs? The rest of the engine is complete including the magneto. Thanks for any help!
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I need a Stover mixer like the one pictured below. Thanks... Rafe
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Minneapolis Moline UTS fuel tank
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G'day all,
I'm trying to track down a Lister L barrel (fixed Head), if any no's anyone who has one could you please help me out.
Cheers Neil.
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Old 04-08-2017, 08:21:15 PM
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Hi Ozfarm, I sent you an email. Cheers John.
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Old 04-09-2017, 06:48:21 AM
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hi john
that's part of the problem we aint got a tank
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Old 04-09-2017, 11:09:23 PM
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Hi Group
after parts for a Fairbanks Morse 3hp all the parts that are on the cam gear that trip the flick type Maggie thanks Rod
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I know my chances are slim,but im looking for spray cup injector complete for a 6hp Fairbanks Thermoil engine.

Thanks
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Old 09-06-2017, 05:52:02 AM
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looking for a head to fit 2hp sundial A.
plus a rocker arm for 2hp sundial A.
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