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Re: Lister diesel

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Billy Shafer

09-11-2010 12:59:50

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Listers are built like tanks. So I would guess over 1500 pounds.

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09-11-2010 15:36:01

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 Re: Lister diesel in reply to Billy Shafer, 09-11-2010 12:59:50  
found out today...very close to both home this morning...#97 HR6 A27 & 871 HR6 A28..88HP at 2000rpm...with Twin Disk clutch good to 110HP...thanks for the help...Kent

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09-12-2010 16:54:51

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 Re: Lister diesel in reply to kendak, 09-11-2010 15:36:01  
LOL ...right haven't got time to play with them anyway....I'm looking for a HR1 single cyl. ..6hp....we used to have 6 or 8 that we pumped water for the rice fields will inchange between 1,2,3,4 &6 cyl. if all are HR series...we had a few LR that were some tough little engines ran 24-7 shut off once a week to change oil...had one that ran 2 weeks with bottom half of the piston broke off..only knew it then when pieces came out when we drained oil...take care ...Kent

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Billy Shafer

09-12-2010 11:28:49

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 Re: Lister diesel in reply to kendak, 09-11-2010 15:36:01  
If you remove the flywheel. Don't get your toes between it and the floor. I think it is half the weight of the engine.

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