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need to know bolt hole spacing for mounting herc 3hp "F"


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Old 07-18-2005, 06:37:37 PM
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hello...I need some one to open there manual for a hercules 3 hp F engine to see the mounting bolt spacing so I can acuratly drill the holes-I would check my manual but I can't find it...thanks

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never mind...I found it...thanks

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Do you have the engine? if you don't, why do you need the holes.Joe Morris
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Default Re: need to know bolt hole spacing for mounting herc 3hp "F"

well...I have the engine....this is the only fly wheel engine I have....the jaeger. the reason I asked was because I am working on the trucks...I took a tape measure to the engine but was unsure of the accuracy of my reading because where the engine was located...I drilled a few holes in the wood I am useing-with out checking then realized I was off by enough to make things interesting...but I can fix that easly...too much to explain but no big deal...

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