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The 6hp. Field-Brundage in Crosby, N.D.


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Old 10-15-2018, 09:37:26 PM
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Default The 6hp. Field-Brundage in Crosby, N.D.

Here is a video on you tube of engine #4773
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBShI4stnh8

This is a Field-Brundage that is a close match to my Rayner Field engine.
Since we will be working on my engine this Winter, I would like to see some close up pictures of this FIELD in Crosby, as this engines seems to be very complete and original.

I need a contact(s) to anyone having access to this engine and willing to take close-up pictures (in particular of the governor assembly).

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That is a video I shot a couple years ago. I sure do like that engine. The owner of that engine is on here from time to time. I'll see if I can get word to him if he doesn't see this first.
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Think there is a 4hp tank cooled just south of Ottawa that might be closer.
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Default Re: The 6hp. Field-Brundage in Crosby, N.D.

Hi Denis, I am the owner of the Field in the video and would be more than happy to take some pictures. Let me know what you need.
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Hi Denis, I am the owner of the Field in the video and would be more than happy to take some pictures. Let me know what you need.
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Kevin, glad I found you. Here is the Raynor Field that my friend Brian P. will help me correct all the little things needing attention to make it run better:
http://buzzcoil.brinkster.net/Field%...e/page103.html

I would like pictures of all sides of the engine for the Field-Brundage registry.

Also, since the first think we want to work on is the governor, I would like to see close up pictures of the governor's area and of the magneto area. Your engine, like mine has the Webster magneto which is not found on many engines. This is why I wanted pictures of your engine since it has the Webster magneto.

Do you think the gasoline tank is original on your engine? I have a good tank on mine but it is a recent fabrication and is too big so if yours is original I would like its dimensions to make one like the one on yours.

You can email me directly at: buzzcoil2@videotron.ca

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