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Old 08-29-2018, 01:40:30 AM
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thanks mate but it is the older one
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Old 08-30-2018, 04:24:23 PM
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You appear to have done very well there with that find gtis?!
If I'm not wrong that will be the flywheel face appearing at the far right of pic #2?...and with the gum leaves in the engine bed it looks like the engine may have just been recovered after sitting outdoors for a while in the one spot?
Let me know in advance please when you would like to deliver it?,..i will make sure I am at home
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Haha how about 2-30 friday 3018 and yes is flywheel 3' 4" face
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I wouldnt joke about it , Pauls future descendants might find that.
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Haha how about 2-30 friday 3018 and yes is flywheel 3' 4" face
....hmm? flywheel is certainly chunky!....same diam as my Brown and May but Campbell is 1/4" narrower.
About the delivery date?,..can I have it earlier?My completion rate with these things is usually around 1 every hundred years

Edit,..i just realised your drop off date is an extra 1000 years,..not 100!...not fair

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Old 09-01-2018, 02:47:19 AM
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Hi Paul thanks for pointing out 1000 years just realised that myself fill alot safer now measured flywheel face properly 4 3/8 if size does matter
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All good gtis,to be honest with a very nice find like that I would probably put a good 5 to 6 hundred years on it myself?
Now about this flywheel?..1/8" huh?Thats not a big deal I don't think.The shape of the spokes can be an important factor for some,..don't you think?Yours are straight aren't they...?...

Now all jokes aside,thats a very nice find,and looks very complete,which is a huge bonus for any iron hound.My jealousy aside I wish you all the very best enjoyment and satisfaction while restoring/playing with it.
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Old 09-01-2018, 05:19:52 AM
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Thanks everyone there are a few parts missing will post pics as i go with resto
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