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Old 01-03-2019, 12:10:40 AM
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Here is a link to the engine I'm currently working on.
My Hoglet version build
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For those of us that don't have 20+ hours to spend watching videos, do you have any pictures you can post on here of your build.

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very cool idea..good luck
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For those of us that don't have 20+ hours to spend watching videos, do you have any pictures you can post on here of your build.

No I don't do pictures if you don't want to watch the whole videos you can skip around in them. I find it easier to video than try and take pictures.
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Thanks for sharing your videos. It wasn't until after I watched the last video that I noticed that you are from Jamestown which is 80 miles away from me.
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Thanks for sharing your videos. It wasn't until after I watched the last video that I noticed that you are from Jamestown which is 80 miles away from me.
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Well that cool if you ever get here stop in for a visit. I am originally (what I call my home town) is Steele just north of you.
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Well that cool if you ever get here stop in for a visit. I am originally (what I call my home town) is Steele just north of you.
I picked up my locomotive Castings from a fellow at Napoleon ND a number of years ago!

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Default Re: Minature Harley engine build.

I'm 20 miles south of Steele I farm and do machine work. I'm currently working on a 30-60 Aultman Taylor so a little bigger then your projects but not as impressive.
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My grandad farmed south east of Steele August Stein and my uncle had the farm just north of the Steele exit Melvin Stein.

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That tractor looks like a Rumely Oilpull?
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The Altman Taylor is a horizontal 4 cylinder 1365 cubic inch with a round tubular radiator.
I remember that Mel worked at the John Deere in Steele.
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Yes Mel worked there for many years.
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