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Old 04-14-2018, 11:56:17 AM
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well out of need and to learn and because of high prices for original parts vs rpop ..i said to myself why not just give it a try...so hereare a few patterns ive done....push rods for a tom thumb and 1 hp famous...muffler for same enginges...ignitor for 4hp and 6hp famous fuel pump linkage for 6hp famous ..now just got to send out to a foundry somewhere..edgar in west tn ps alos forgot core boxes made also for push rod ramps that will fit on 4hp and up on bigger famous engines and 1hp famous ignitor trip ramp.
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Here's patterns and coreboxes for a 3hp backus cyl. Rob
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Here are a couple I finished just a few month ago.

The first is a set for a magneto coupling designed by A.F. Milbrath and used
on early Wisconsin water cooled engines. The 3D rendering shows the complete assembly.

The second set are the valve shrouds for a Wisconsin 4 cylinder Model "A"
T-head as used in WW1 era FWD trucks and early Stutz automobiles.

The last photo is a 3D printed mock-up we made of the magneto coupling.

Best regards,

Terry
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Here are a couple I finished just a few month ago.

The first is a set for a magneto coupling designed by A.F. Milbrath and used
on early Wisconsin water cooled engines. The 3D rendering shows the complete assembly.

The second set are the valve shrouds for a Wisconsin 4 cylinder Model "A"
T-head as used in WW1 era FWD trucks and early Stutz automobiles.

The last photo is a 3D printed mock-up we made of the magneto coupling.

Best regards,

Terry
Terry,How have the valve shrouds turned out? Are there going to be extra made?I need a set for my 1918 FWD. Phil Stier
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Old 05-05-2018, 04:21:30 PM
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Hello Phil,

They came out great! I will check with my foundry guy - he still has the patterns & core boxes so I think it won't be a problem to run another set.

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