[Lister-FR] Newly purchased 1957 fr3
markyrose2003 at yahoo.com
Sat May 7 16:30:42 BST 2016
Thank you Robert for your interest. I've also received a reply from Micheal Maxwell. It's nice to know that there are still a few of these old beauties around. I'm located in Nova Scotia Canada and there aren't many over here. I have three other listers but they're all air cooled. This is a new experience for me. It's quite the machine.
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On 2016-05-07, at 8:36 AM, Robert Wheeldon <robert.wheeldon2 at btinternet.com> wrote:
> Hi mark
> I had a similar situation as yourself but with a lister fr1 in a small narrow gauge locomotive
> If your firing the engine for the first time by hand it's best to turn the engine over 20 times before really putting some effort in to start the engine - the best recommendation I can make is to get yourself a copy of the original lister FR manual it is full of useful info for starting and maintenance. Hope all goes well and good luck
> Robert Wheeldon
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>> On 7 May 2016, at 11:31, Mark Rose <markyrose2003 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Hello all. I recently bought an fr3 that had previously run a sawmill in its past life. The old engine is still in remarkable condition. The original rad,fuel tank,starter and air cleaner are all complete and intact.
>> Last night I got her spinning over by hand with no issues. Any recommendations for the first firing?
>> Thanks for now. Mark Rose
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