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Old 10-11-2015, 10:08:07 AM
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Parts ? All i see is a bunch of GOLD lying on the ground. I would grab all that in a heart beat. One item in picture # 4 looks like it would be a dandy universal engine mount. Get it all now, or you will regret it later that you didn't. And that's all i have got to say.
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Parts ? All i see is a bunch of GOLD lying on the ground. I would grab all that in a heart beat. One item in picture # 4 looks like it would be a dandy universal engine mount. Get it all now, or you will regret it later that you didn't. And that's all i have got to say.
Where did you see a engine mount the only thing a see there is shaft and gears .

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The FW is the 1st pic is from a 6hp IHC M. Rob
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Picture #4 middle right green thing mounted on board. I see it as a possible adjustable engine mount.
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Ok I see but for what kind of engine ? I was thinking it was for a millwright machine something like that or a kind of vices .
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Being it has slotted holes and the width is adjustable, so it could possibly be used for several different engines. I may try to make something like that to be used on a engine test stand. I have engines with different size mounting flanges and that would save time not having to drill new holes every time i want to run a different engine.
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