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Old 04-03-2004, 05:35:53 PM
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Just a real nice day for the plans we had getting the back our engine cart ready for axles. This part started the day being 16 feet long 8 inch wide and 21 inch's tall. Just having fun in Southren Illinois Gary


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Old 04-03-2004, 05:48:36 PM
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A little after 2pm and most of the welding on our frame extentions is done and we are ready to fit the axles up. Still have to make the brackets to bolt the axles to and weld the bottom rib on the beam. This past week lots of work on the big engine has took place. Our good friend Kerry Wiley is welding in this photo Just trying to have some fun in Southren Illinois Gary


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Gary: Geese that's a big trailer. But the Bessemer is a big one. Paul Having fun in NJ today working on hooking up a 4HP Famous speed control , and a Leader , which I got running .
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What kind of a Leader?
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Elmira, NY Field Force Leader 2 1/2HP. Runs OK. Paul
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Old 04-04-2004, 10:49:58 PM
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I have enjoyed seeing all of the pictures of this engine project in the works. Keep us posted with the final trailer picture. Looks great so far!!

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