John: I have a Tiny Tim Operator's Manual and parts list that I would be willing to sell you if you are interested. The manual shows the engine and includes a blow up with parts etc. Let me know if you are interested.Looking for information on this generator/battery charger. I think it is a former military unit. Need a wiring diagram first. Thanks in advance. John
Do You Still Have A Copy Of The Tiny Tim Battery Charger Manual? Contact Me If So.
Sir I have my tiny Tim gen. running and it runs well but it overheats after running for about 5 minutes. The carb. is not set too lean because if I open the needle valve 2 clicks it starts to run rough. The fan is unobstructed but moves very little air for cooling. Can anyone help me out with this problem. ( I am new to arcs and sparks )John;
I have a manual copied that I can send you, if you'll contact me off line. I get $6.00 for them. The manual I have doesn't have a wiring diagram in it, but I include one for a Delco-Light Little Joe, which is very similar.
The Tiny Tims had changes made every six months during the period of manufacture, so don't expect my manual to match yours perfectly, but again it will give you something to work with.
A picture here would help every one wanting help with one. Here's a picture of one I took at the Oblong Illinois show this week end. It is a two cycle so it probably won't look anything like yours, especially if yours is a four cycle. The small blue generator is a Delco-Light Little Joe. The Tiny Tim's were made by Continental, at least the engine, I'm not sure if they made the generator as well. However they are similar to the Delco-Light units, by being all made as a combined into one unit. The four cycle Little Joe's and the Tiny Tim's were so similar in size and style that it is a bit difficult to tell them apart, expecially if they aren't sitting side by side. The best way to tell is to compare the carry handles, The Tiny Tim handle is cast with the block and the Little Joe has a strap iron handle that is bolted to the crank case casting.
I hope this helps you as well as all those other folks that check us out.
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