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  1. The way I read the question was that he only needed a 3/32nd ring, not a whole set, plus it might be good information for someone else reading this thread.
  2. Try this. I found this on Smokestak. OTTO Gas Engine Works Piston Rings For All Engines 2167 Blue Ball Road Elkton ,MD 21921-3330 410-398-7340 Otto@ringspacers.com PISTON RING WEB PAGE
  3. There is a guy in Canada that has a couple of Lombards, and he uses them to haul Cat Trains. kingofobsolete.ca He may be able to help also.
  4. I have used Terrill Machine, and their work is great. The owner loves Model T's, and drives them.
  5. Thank for your recommendations - we have a shorter, wider belt on there and it seems to be running nice and true. See below! Thanks for all the help.
  6. Thanks again for the reply's. When it was apart I trued up the mounting bracket on the surface grinder, and made a bushing for the shaft, so I know that is square to the front of the engine. I was going to crown the upper pulley, but there just isn't enough material to do that. The owner of the car doesn't want to remove the lower pulley unless absolutely necessary. The next thing we're trying is a wider belt that will fit between upper pulley runners.
  7. Thank you for the reply. Trying to measure the crown in the drive pulley was very difficult, may have to pull the pulley off I guess.
  8. Was able to find a 6 bladed fan from a Farmall Model H tractor, much heavier but very well balanced. Runs smooth on the engine but I do not know much about a flat belt and when we rev the engine the belt runs into the front of the engine. If anybody has any good ideas on how to make the belt run true to the bottom pulley I would be interested in your suggestion.
  9. Thank you for the responses. The biggest problem I have is the size of the center of the fan, as it covers a greased bearing. There is not a lot of space to make an adapter.
  10. I believe a 1924 Stephens had a continental engine 6 cylinder. I need a cooling fan as you can see someone has butchered this fan up and I am afraid it is out of balance. I've tried matching them with tractor fans but was unsuccessful so any and all leads would be much appreciated. PM me or wyankee@hotmail.com
  11. I believe a 1924 Stephens had a continental engine 6 cylinder. I need a cooling fan as you can see someone has butchered this fan up and I am afraid it is out of balance. I've tried matching them with tractor fans but was unsuccessful so any and all leads would be much appreciated. PM me or wyankee@hotmail.com
  12. This was taken in 2004 when I had just finished the car and I was going to take my dad for a ride.
  13. For the threaded ring, is there any way to use a large rubber O ring to stop the rattle?
  14. Is there any way to use a smaller (circumference) pulley? That would speed up the water pump leaving the idle alone.
  15. I had a friend with the same type of fish eye problem. They replaced hoses, compressor, everything they could think of , and they would come back. I know this sounds crazy, but it turned out to be the deodorant he was using, contained silicon.
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