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Nick H Take a look at pic 5 on link below
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Very interesting, would love to know more. I guess the centre unit is a high frequency alternator with the end one being an exiter?
BTW. Smith Motor-Wheel is US cousin of British Wall Auto-Wheel, which was itself based in 1/4 of the Belgian Fafnir motorcycle engine. Some years ago, when a WAW had appeared for identification in SEM, I speculated that its genesis lay in the availability of redundant Fafnir parts, that company having recently changed to fully mechanically operated valve gear in place of the automatic inlets.
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Spent some time now looking through the other albums, loads of really interesting stuff. May I draw your collective attention (and particularly Kim) to the Waterman pumper and marine engines - the resemblance to the Watermota made in UK by Walter D Fair surely runs deeper than those shapely copper water jackets.
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