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Rate Link: Abrasive Blasters and Bead Blasters
by Harry on 03-17-2005 10:49:17 PM
I had found out the hard way that cleaning up rusty engine parts with steel wool and sandpaper just wasn't going to get me too far. After considerable research into what was available, I bought a model 99 abrasive blaster. Glass bead blasting is the...
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Rate Link: Animated Engines
by Harry on 03-15-2005 12:35:04 PM
Animated illustrations that show the inner workings of a variety of steam, Stirling and internal combustion engines. This web site began life as an experiment in web publishing, but has grown more and more focused on the animated engines.
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Rate Link: Babbitt, Journal & Type Metal
by Harry on 03-13-2005 04:27:44 PM
Tables of Constituent Materials
a) No Zinc or Aluminium (Aluminum) used in any of these compositions
b) Babbitt No10: This Babbitt is very fluid and may be used for Bronze-backed bearings, particularly for thin linings such as are...
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Rate Link: BRIGGS & STRATTON® Technical Data
by Harry on 04-10-2010 02:17:02 PM
In Memory of Bob Learned
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Rate Link: Charging a Magneto
by Harry on 03-20-2005 10:09:40 PM
by Ted Brookover.
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Chipmakers Metalworking World
by Harry on 03-24-2005 01:39:49 AM
Just because it worked for me and others, does not make any procedures described or used on these web pages as being correct, or the only way of doing it. Every effort has been made to make the foundry furnace and accessories as safe as possible....
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Rate Link: Electrical Engineering Training Series
by Harry on 05-08-2005 11:00:43 AM
Presents information on matter make up and behavior of matter, magnetism, methods of producing electricity, and direct current problem solving. Introduces alternating current theory and power supplies. Presents information on circuit measurements,...
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Rate Link: Engine Animations
by Harry on 03-20-2005 11:22:54 PM
I'd like to make my Java-Applets as a subject matter also available to my colleagues teaching at other schools. The HTML-texts and the applets are allowed to be copied for non-commercial purposes. For the storage on a CD or a WWW-server you need my...
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Engine Photo Index - Don Siefker
by Harry on 05-01-2005 10:18:52 AM
Pictures from engine shows witn an index to Images, including my own engines and models.
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Rate Link: Gasoline FAQ INDEX
by Harry on 03-18-2005 12:16:27 AM
The intent of this FAQ is to provide some basic information on gasolines and other fuels for spark ignition engines used in automobiles. The toxicity and environmental reasons for recent and planned future changes to gasoline are discussed, along...
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Rate Link: Home Page for Virtual Mechanisms
by Harry on 03-20-2005 11:33:06 PM
The mechanisms shown here are computed and drawn on the fly, that is, the positions of all of the elements are calculated, then drawn using a purpose-built drawing library built on top of Java's graphics routines. The drawing library is patterned...
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Rate Link: How To Make Springs
by Harry on 03-13-2005 01:53:03 PM
This page will tell you how to make springs. Compression springs can be found in ballpoint pens, pogo sticks, and the valve assemblies of gasoline engines. Extension springs are found in garage door assemblies, vise-grip pliers, and carburetors....
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Ignitor Identification List
by Harry on 03-17-2005 10:48:45 AM
Over the past 27 or so years, my father and I have collected a fair amount of ignitors. This was so that we could build reproductions of these parts that were so commonly discarded by the original users. It only takes a quick examination of a Low...
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Rate Link: IHC and McCormick Deering Serial Numbers
by Harry on 03-14-2007 07:19:21 PM
McCormick Deering engine numbers from "The Gasoline Engine Yearbook" by Gary Pflum Many thanks for Gary for permission to put this on the web.

Famous, Titan, Victor, Mogul numbers from GEM May and June1985 Many...
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Rate Link: Line Shaft, Pulleys and Belting
by Harry on 03-22-2005 12:47:17 AM
There are many good methods of fastening the ends of belts together, but lacing is generally used, as it is flexible like the belt itself, and runs noiselessly over the pulleys. The ends to be laced should be cut squarely across, and the holes in...
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Magneto Service Information
by Harry on 02-13-2007 09:17:02 AM
Magneto Information for all Manufacturers such as American Bosch, Wico, Eisemann, Fairbanks Morse, International Harvester, Lucas, Splitdorf, Sumter, and more!
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Making a Wood Engine Cart
by Harry on 05-27-2005 09:38:35 AM
Pictures of a wood engine transport cart my brother put together about 15 years ago. I recently removed the engine so the cart could be refinished. 15 years of weathering had taken its toll. This cart was built to replace one that had suffered...
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Rate Link: Old Carburetors
by Harry on 11-11-2005 10:24:39 AM
Old Carburetors attempts to make the contents of old carburetor manuals, and other old classic car repair manuals, available in an indexed and searchable form. Pages are arranged with text from the manuals at the top and an image of the original...
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Rate Link: Old Croak Magneto/ Vintage Ignition/Tech Help
by brownfrog on 04-08-2014 01:41:36 AM
This started out about two years ago here in the Columbia Gorge in Southwest Washington as a selling platform for myself to sell excess tools, magnetos and parts from our shop acquired over the years from buying out closed magneto repair firms. In...
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Rate Link: Old Engine Magnetos and Ignition systems
by Harry on 03-17-2005 10:33:12 PM
A collective diatribe of tales and tribulations on maintaining a HOT spark in your gas engine ignition with low and high tension coils, ignitors, condensers, magnetos and magnet charging.
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Rate Link: Paint Color Listing
by Harry on 03-18-2005 03:07:10 PM
Here's a listing of paint colors given by manufacturer and color. This list is believed to be somewhat close to accurate, however, the accuracy of this information is not guaranteed. It is presented as a recommendation of where to start matching...
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Pawnee Steam School
by Harry on 05-12-2005 08:11:22 PM
Photos of the staff and the 2005 school.
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Rate Link: Pouring Babbit Bearing Inserts
by Harry on 05-27-2005 09:33:59 AM
This is how I made new crankshaft main babbit bearings for my IHC / McCormick Deering Model M, 1 1/2 hp engine. I don't know if it was the best way, but seeing how they turned out okay after a little trial and error, it must not have been the worst...
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Rate Link: Power Gas Producers - Wood for fuel?
by Harry on 02-24-2006 12:40:44 AM
The principles of gas engines and gas producer design, the selection and installation of an engine, conditions of perfect operation, producer gas engines and their possibilities, the care of gas engines and producer gas plants, with a chapter on...
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Rate Link: Spark Plug Cross Reference
by Harry on 04-01-2005 11:17:57 AM
10, 14 and 18mm plus 7/8" spark plugs cold down to hot.
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