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  1. Solex 26FHG carburettor

    Hello, I am looking for one of the above carburettors to suit a Bamford EG1 if any body has one spare.I would also take just the lower half that incorporates the float bowl.Thank you
  2. Auto culto field model L. Simar 30? Pegson?
  3. W E Conyers Charger

    You could try Paul at meetens.They have bits for BSA engines
  4. Auto culto strip down

    Congratulations on the second place! A just reward for all your hard work on the auto culto.
  5. This is an ED300 charging set, I believe it was built by BSA under licence from Johnson.The previous owner told me that it was from WW2, and had been on a fire launch which was on Belfast Lough. When I got it,there was no compression and no spark.I took the head off to find a stuck exhaust valve, corroded valve seats, and a stuck top compression ring.These are now freed off and valve seats recut and valves ground in. Now have some compression .The points required cleaning and a replacement ht lead restored a healthy blue spark . I am now working my through the dynamo end, it starts off a battery and gives some output.If anybody knows where I can get a choke assy for this engine.Please let me know
  6. Mountfield m1

    It looks like you have a briggs built in 1975 possibly 5hp the first two numbers are not that easy to see.They give the cubic capacity. From my own machines if the first two numbers are 13 that's 5hp, 14 is 6hp
  7. Briggs engine id

    Hello If the first number is correct it confirms that the engine is 6 hp , horizontal shaft,with flojet carburettor, and pneumatic (air vane)governor. There should be another 8 digit number the first two digits of this number is the year.You should be able to find a parts list for your engine on the briggs website using the 142301 number
  8. Auto culto strip down

    Good luck with the ploo-ing, weather forecast doesn't look promising.
  9. Auto culto strip down

    Nice job C.Plooman and Rolloman.I am sure it will go as well as it looks.
  10. Auto culto strip down

    Double time on a Sunday plus materials ,could be expensive, hope Callander ploo-man has an understanding bank manager.
  11. Kermit might go in the huff ,if he gets left at home and doesn't get out to play
  12. Sachs Diesel Injector Overhaul

    I have used Peter slater,fuel injection engineer in the past. he has a website.Probably not the cheapest but does the job
  13. allen scythes

    Nice collection
  14. allen scythes

    Rolloman was busy discussing the finer points of machinery maintenance with me
  15. Auto culto strip down

    Excellent choice of name,looking forward to seeing the finished machine
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