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Took a Little Trip over the Weekend seen Lots of Mountains and...30 hp Case


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Hi Mr majeski;
Nice work on the engine. I was just curious what you did with the brass bearings on the crank on the disc-pin? You mentioned several options back in the thread,do you have any pics of what you did? Thanks again,Tomq
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Any documentation of this little engine out and about? Pictures, pictures, pictures?
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Well, We're at the Baraboo show now and lots of pictures were took but I have no control of what people are doing with them.

I'll see what I can do tomorrow.
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Yep, a little mouse said it was there, so...thought I'd ask!
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Here are a couple teasers...


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Being that it's now Minus 15 degrees out (up from Minus 29 this morning) I thought I would post a few happenings with the Hopeless case last summer;

We did 6 different steam events this summer, The May MSEA steam up at New Ulm MN, The Hungry Hollow show at Rice Lake WI. The Badger Steam and Gas Show at Baraboo WI. The North Central Wisconsin Steam Show at Edgar WI, The White Pine Logging and Threshing at McGrath MN and my little one day show here.

The little engine successfully ran 5 Different saw mills 2 different threshers including a 36 inch Avery with Garden City wings, one Hay Press and did several parades. I don't have many pictures as I was pretty busy

Sawing lumber here. Jerry was making 4x4's so there was some messing around but here is a couple cuts.



Threshing here. I still have a little timing issue in the threshing motion but the engine pulls well. May mess with it a little more next year.



Ted and I taking the engine through the parade at McGrath.

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