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Post by Steve292 on Thu Feb 28 2019, 22:50

Hi All,

Thanks for allowing me to join.
Relatively new to the hobby, I got my first engine in November 17, a WD8 with a godwin pump & have since got a Bamford EG1 and a Lister D with a lister pump all up & running when i got them.
By far the biggest challenge is a winget cement mixer with a lister d which had been stood in a field for many years - may be a stretch too far ?!
Will be scouring the forum for help and pointers.

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Post by Garak on Thu Feb 28 2019, 22:56

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Post by Robotstar5 on Thu Feb 28 2019, 23:01

Welcome aboard,

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Post by Steve292 on Thu Feb 28 2019, 23:35

Stuart,
Looks good - something to aim for. Mines a long way off !!
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Post by Robotstar5 on Thu Feb 28 2019, 23:57

Looks a nice project, looks like it still has the instruction tube fitted, they go for silly money on Ebay etc. and once you clean up the data plate you can find out when it was "born" and who it was first sold to.

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Post by chiefy on Fri Mar 01 2019, 10:23

Welcome to the forum plenty of info and knowlegeable
People on here the mixer looks to be a fair project good luck with it.
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Post by Woodsman on Fri Mar 01 2019, 17:14

Hi Steve and welcome - looks like we'll be able to form a Yorkshire sub-group soon!
Start a new topic in Restoration section once you get going on your mixer.
Some pics of completed projects in Pride & Joy always welcome.

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