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T20 I'd?

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02-01-2018 12:16:13

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I thought i have a Tea20 but after speaking to an old boy today he thinks it may be a Ted 20 is there an easy way of telling the difference between the 2?
Mine has no serial plate. It was made on the 1st March 1950. Has a standard motor co engine and is 6 volt petrol/tvo.

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02-02-2018 12:34:31

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 Re: T20 I'd? in reply to Cornishjon84, 02-01-2018 12:16:13  
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Let me guess. You are not in North America, are you? TED's are very rare here.

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02-03-2018 08:17:53

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 Re: T20 I'd? in reply to Ron(Ont), 02-02-2018 12:34:31  
No im in Cornwall UK.

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02-01-2018 14:38:36

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 Re: T20 I'd? in reply to Cornishjon84, 02-01-2018 12:16:13  
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TEA is petrol only. TED is dual fuel, so the gas tank will have two drains and a switchable fuel filter. There should be a heat shield over the manifold. The head gasket should be much thicker than normal to reduce the compression.

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02-02-2018 11:07:13

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 Re: T20 I'd? in reply to Ron(Ont), 02-01-2018 14:38:36  
Brilliant. thanks for the reply looks like it is a Ted 20

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