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Villiers Lightweight Engine Carb & Manifold


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Old 07-01-2018, 12:01:31 AM
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I wonder if he has it running yet?
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John: what a legend. Thanks.

Woohoo. Ozzie has a carbi.
There's isn't a spare piston where you found the carbs is there?

Cheers Scott
Scotty, no spare piston sorry he only had carbs. Will keep my eye out for a piston.
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Hi,
Update on singer lawn mower. Finally got engine back together & running very nicely. Next is to find some handlebars. Laugh about the pumper muffler if you must but itís all I had to work with.😃
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I have a pipe bender that could make your handle!
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I’ll look around for some old bars I think cobber, something close that I can modify - any ideas? Maybe old rover ones might do it? I’m going to run a small pump of the pto if I can find one - need something vertical I’d say?
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Can't remember what style they would be. Some old push mowers might have a similar style being joined together near the top then splayed outwards or a modified Victa 18 handle.
With the pump idea you could hook up a reciprocating pump working the arm backwards and forwards off a cam.
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Hello all
John: what a legend. Thanks.

Woohoo. Ozzie has a carbi.
There's isn't a spare piston where you found the carbs is there?

Cheers Scott
Scotty,

Did you find a piston? I havenít come across anything yet, still looking though. Wouldnít have a spare pull or windup starter floating about?
Cheers.
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