BUILDING STUART AND TURNER NO1,

Hello folks,
Anyone building or considering building the above
engine,have a look at this brilliant site........
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All the best for now,
John.
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john .j.morton.
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Great site for the Stuart Turner No.1 -- thanks for the pointer. I'll keep the info ready for the magic day when I dig out the box of castings that are under the bench.
Site did blow up on me as its data transfer limits were exceeded, so it may be a case of slow downloads....
Colin
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Colin
Hello Colin, yes the web site must be governed by a time limit,even with high speed broadband,it took me some hours to download and print all the information.There was a one hour shut down of the site midway through. I was not able to get any info.on the VALVE AND ROD GUIDE ASSY. NOR THE FLYWHEEL.....everything else came through fine. I must try to obtain a contact e-mail for him. All the best for now, John.
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