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Old 05-21-2012, 08:22:56 PM
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I just picked this otto up and now start the long process of restoring this engine thought I would share these pics of it thanks Mark
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:36:12 PM
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Long process? It looks ready to run! Congratulations Mark- it's a Dandy. Bill Klein
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Old 05-22-2012, 09:33:17 AM
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Default Re: Otto 8hp

Hey Mark,

What's up with the spokes on the flywheel being curved? Are we going to see it at Coolsprings running in a couple weeks?
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Default Re: Otto 8hp

That is a good lookin' engine

The curve to the spokes must be an illusion don't ya think?

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Might be an optical delusion, if the red engine were running, or if the lens was a 'fish eye' lens. If those spokes were curved as pictured, they sure would be unique!
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Pretty sure that the spokes are straight, just wanted to have a little fun with a friend LOL I believe that is the same engine Kevin Kusel posted pics of a few months ago when he pulled it out of the barn.
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Tom, the spokes are straight ..its your eyes that are crooked.
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Congratulations Mark !
It looks like a pretty nice Otto and I hope we do see it at CPM in June .
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Tom, the spokes are straight ..its your eyes that are crooked.
You may be on to something there George, especially after drinking some of Rod's beverages
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Here's some pictures update had some great helpers to pull the head and jacket
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notice the crack shrunk after we pulled the jacket off that's how much scale was built up inside
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ill keep updates but very happy that i went smooth
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Default Re: Otto 8hp

What is the plan of attack for that crack? I'd love to hear details / see pics of the repair...
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I believe I know them fellers.
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The plan of attack is Justin is going to metal stitch it shut should be undetectable when finished ill show some pics once its finished
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Mark,

Can you disclose what type and or brand of stitching plugs that Justin is going to use. Lock N stitch, Goodson, etc. Are they cast iron or steel plugs? I am considering stitching an engine that I don't want to paint. I thought that cast plugs would rust/age closer to the cast block vs. steel. Thanks

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Rusts exert tremendous pressure in a closed environmant like a water jacket. Somewheres in the area of 30 to 60 thousand PSI. From the amount there, it seems you are lucky to get the jacket off. Good luck with the stitching - if done right, the joint will be stronger than the surrounding metal!
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