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radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 02 Feb 2017, 17:43

Now that looks as if Abottsholme is of I shall have to look elsewhere for spares so has any one got a usable 3 speed radiator they don't need early or late type.it does not have to be perfect,idont mind a few dents or the odd leak as long as it does not leak like a sieve I am also looking for a dpy engine preferably with mag sprocket but would settle for one without. or even parts to build one.
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Re: radiator

Postby dave bushell » 02 Feb 2017, 18:17

Eric
You need to state whether the rad is to go on a machine with girders or teles. A late Shipley or Brum rad will not fit on a girder fork machine, but vice-versa is ok.
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 02 Feb 2017, 21:04

Thanks Dave, I tend to forget lots of these things,its this old age problem I am 80 next birthday. as for the radiator its to go on a B/ham special same as the engine. I need one with mag sprocket for the electric start. eric
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 07 Feb 2017, 21:08

Still looking for engine and radiator, if nobody has a engine has any one got a l/s cranckcase, eric
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 13 Feb 2017, 12:04

It looks as if the supply of used engines and radiators is drying up according to the lack of replies I have received, hasn't any body got a long stroke bottom end, I also need a short stroke 600 barrel and detachable head. there must be some out there just gathering dust and dirt. why not turn them into money. eric
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 26 Feb 2017, 12:40

still looking and still no replies. where are they all eric
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Re: radiator

Postby Orgasmatron » 26 Feb 2017, 19:41

Eric,
Try Scottparts.co.uk on the internet.
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 26 Feb 2017, 20:51

Richard hasn't got any thing at the moment. the engine he had as gone to Austria.
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Re: radiator

Postby Tman » 26 Feb 2017, 22:34

I have the cases, crankshaft (assembled) + two barrels, six pistons and heads for a prewar bike, and also a honey comb rad which is different to the one on my '47 Flyer. Not for sale, but would do a deal for a set of pre-war Webb girders.
I realise this maybe different from the usual buy-and-sell type deal, but you may find it helpful.
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 27 Feb 2017, 09:41

Thanks but web forks seem to be in just as short supply as engines. eric
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Re: radiator

Postby petehull64 » 28 Feb 2017, 18:19

There's a guy in New Zealand making brand new heavyweight Webb girder forks - if you go to http://www.vintagenorton.com and look under "for sale and wanted" for photos and further details - no prices but I would imagine they are very expensive !!
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Re: engine

Postby pshacklock » 02 Mar 2017, 10:10

Hello Eric,
You seem stressed about the engin'. I have one complete except for one broken ring. I am not sure of the year but think its a 24 or 26 500cc.
If you are interested, I will have a look at the registered No. but you can't have it for peanuts. I have been considering restoring it as its in pretty good condition, and I have only responded to your plea as I can't stand a distressed scotter !!
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 02 Mar 2017, 20:40

Thank you, but no thank you,its far to old its got be a dpy type or even latter as its to go in a B/ham Scott. thank anyway eric
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 15 Mar 2017, 21:09

Still looking for a dpy type engine must be one somewhere. eric
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Re: radiator

Postby ERIC BAYLISS » 31 Mar 2017, 10:25

Still looking for a usable 3 speed radiator early or late type , have now got a long stroke crankcase , 600 barrel and head but still need a pair of l/s cranks, flywheel with mag sprockets, conrods and a usable pair of 600+ 20 l/s pistons. thanks eric
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