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Gentles

Pushing the German some more steps... but before reassembling Im making the trolley, and a temporary skid to hold it.

The trolley will be reinforced with 2 steel corner beams.

3 pics for the show.

Cheers
VP

47
Petteroids / Petter PAZ1 dimensions - DIMENSONS
« on: February 23, 2023, 12:51:10 AM »
Carp,

Here it is.

Cheers
VP

48
Cobba, Gentes

One more bit. Governor lever spring - ONE of 2.

One was lost, and the other came at gold price.

Take a look at date of order and my patience to let them search for other spring.

After all its not only the engine that is tricky, some suppliers too!  ;D ;D ;D

2 pics for the show.

Cheers
VP

49
Cobba, Gentles

Yes the liner has some callus, but nothing that takes my sleep.

My toys are only to showoff!

the previous pic of crank where only to show how many stamps the put at crank to say it was good to go.

Today put oil seals in crank bearings cover, and first got to make the jig with a pipe cut and open. Got to press them in.

Cut gaskets for covers and fit in place with 1 side sealant.

After that clean crank from all dust, roller bearing and ball bearing.

Some pic to the show.

Cheers
VP

PS: New oil seal  seats end up being a nice job, so as the bushing in crank for them.

50
Gentles,

Start to sort bits out of basket.

Liner receive angle grinder with diamond disc of floor tiles to clean lime stone. a nice clean after with sand paper disc, and a coat of paint (temp resistant). no pics ... forgot!

Cleaned ball bearing of main, it got very dust and some debris from lathe at shop.

A few pics of shop mesures (a special request from me to machinist) of liner and piston to see how worn thing are, and ask to slightly hone the liner.

Big end was also honed and rod got new smal end bush, and big end ajusted to crank.

A few pics with mesures and stamps at crank.

Cheers
VP


51
Gentles,

The Deutz got more bits painted.

1 pic to the show.

Cheers
VP

52
Listeroid Engines / Re: Installing Cam on a CS 16-2
« on: February 13, 2023, 06:57:56 PM »
Hi Dan, Gentles

If it helps you can either take a look at my thread, here: See here for timing without marks: https://listerengine.com/smf/index.php?topic=8320.msg102265#msg102265

Cheers
VP

53
Cobba, Bob, Gentles

nice to hear from you!

I got an eye on a 200L compressor with cilynder or motor scraped but it will give a very nice lung tank.

This ones Im restoring got a paint remover coat, after a primary coat, and now 2 hand of Michelin blue; inside all rust scratched up to remove rust.

Its a lot of time put in task? of course, but just the only way to not get bored!!!!!

stay tuned!
VP

54
Listeroid Engines / Re: Installing Cam on a CS 16-2
« on: February 12, 2023, 01:16:56 AM »
Hi Dan, Gentles

If it helps you can either take a look at my thread.

But remember 38AC (Butch) is a Guru, and only a few have his knowldge!

See here: https://listerengine.com/smf/index.php?topic=8320.msg102265#msg102265

Cheers
VP

55
Hi Gentles

After a good amount of time idling, and only doing a few minor things, such as restoring a FIAC compressor, and another one with scrap motor and so it lefts only the tank to make an air lung tank.

Get bored of waiting for germans to send valve guide blank, so got to the workshop to leave the Deutz head to make new valve guides.

The basket with the crankshaft with new bushings face to oil seal, the liner honed, the crankshaft covers and the connecting rod with the new pin bushing.

Now to do is assembling the interior and wait for the valve guides to be machined and put in head with valves.

And today I was given a mini band saw. NICE!!!!

Some pics to the audience.

Cheers
VP

56
Original Lister Cs Engines / Re: Lister CS 12-2 rebuild
« on: January 29, 2023, 04:50:53 PM »
Hi BD

FWIW you can see my thread here, onwards: https://listerengine.com/smf/index.php?topic=8320.msg100396#msg100396

Burned babit is always an issue, but nothing that cant be fixed.

Take care.
VP

57
Engines / Re: Lister CD8 Diesel - HOSE CLAMPS? WHY?
« on: January 15, 2023, 10:26:35 PM »
Cobba, Gentles

Some wood (or gas) to the fire!  ;D ;D ;D

Hose clamps for a few rings. take a look at Amish engeniring: https://listerengine.com/smf/index.php?topic=8320.msg102639#msg102639

Cheers
VP

58
General Discussion / Electric car question - ELECTRIC?
« on: January 10, 2023, 02:32:42 PM »
Gentles

All of you know I can adjective myself as a "Moron", becuse of this paranoia of restoring ancient engines, aka simple Otto engines, with Rudolf Diesel efficiency.

Already told wife, if world come to war like that disgrace at Ukrania, maybe an old Lister can make the diference! Just my 5 cents!!!

But we all know nothing is eternal.

that said! if we look back... till industrial revolution, things just went smaller, like the first computer... now in your pocket.

Take a loock at a lead bat. Its infinitly reciclable, at low cost! What about a lithium bat?

Here we have thoses with a fancy electric, or hybrid or BS alike, that want to make 300km and after 30km it turn to gas, and swallows 12 liters/100km because it must push almost a tone of dead bateries.

Electric, only tolls, and the bread toaster... and not all (some are compressor powered)!

Stay tunned.
VP

59
Bob, Gentles

Thanks for your support and kindness.

I WISH to be able to get an original fuel tank, or have some company to make one equal, but... there isnt.

And this one only cost 24 P&P included. Can you find better deal?

I think you will love that at the end.

Cheers
VP

60
Gentles

A Happy New Year to one and all.

Just a proof of life, to show the fuel tank I want to adapt to the German.

Its a Honda like fuel tank from online shop. Now got to make the stand to fit it.

Bought also a few M18 capnuts to make the trolley fancy.

2 pics for the show.

Cheers
VP

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