1 pointHello All, i got an ice Auge driller for less money (25€) here in Germany. I like this little old machines much. My old o&r Drillgine gone broken some years ago… I didn’t found much informations about this tool online. Does anybody has a manual? First thing I have to do, is to clean it. Than I have to change the old fuel line. Maybe after these things I will mix fuel and try to start it 😄 to bore a hole into wood… greetings from Germany Jens
1 pointThat’s a Magnetron ( electronic, no points) coil. Setting the air gap by the book - turn the flywheel to move the magnets away from the coil.Loosen the coil bolts and pull it away from the flywheel, tighten one. Turn the flywheel so that the magnets are under the coil armature legs. Insert your non magnetic gauge between the coil legs and the flywheel. Loosen th holding bolt so that the magnets pull the coil to the flywheel. Tighten both bolts and rotate the flywheel while pulling the gauge out. The gauge. I remember that instruction sheet supplied with new genuine coils can be used as a gauge. I use a strip of plastic cut from a milk carton.
1 pointHI everyone, I have inherited an old HAYTER similar to the original poster. I think it's a HAYTER 21 Brush cutter . Its a 5HP I/C. (please chip in if I am incorrect) The Briggs engine numbers are 132922 0170 01 87120707 As you can see its in great condition. Very little rust. It does start. But the START/ RPM Throttle lever is not set up correctly. (especially at the carb end) The carb spring linkage needs setting up. Ive never done this but I am up for the challenge. I have 2 pics below of the carb. There are 2 springs. Is there a 3rd spring missing? If so..... The 2nd pic has an arrow in red where, I think there should be a link and the green dotted line is where I think there should be a spring. Am I correct or way off? Is there a need for a 3rd spring. I love this machine and I am looking forward to using it, and keeping it alive. Many thanks in advance. Kind Regards Steve A Welshman lost in France