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Bitty

Lister FR2 Brass Rocker Cover

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19 hours ago, Bitty said:

Finally  came arcoss a brass rocker cover for the FR2.

Is It Solid Brass ? The one Iv'e come across have all been plated

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Yes it is solid Brass. Saw it by chance  so brought straightaway. See photo.

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Moominmama says, "Ooh, shiny!".

Do I spy a remote linkage to the stop lever? That's looks clever.

What red paint did you use to pick out the lettering? I've done my polished (ish) ally cover with Craftmaster red twice, and both times it's faded badly, almost to pink, within a year. The same paint done at the same time on  the gearbox cover lettering is fine, so I'm guessing the problem is excessive temperature.

 

MP.

 

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Ya we put in a stop lever for emergency stopping  of the engine on edge of the step  in the boatmans cabin see photo. The red paint I use is Rylard enamel. 

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2 hours ago, Bitty said:

Ya we put in a stop lever for emergency stopping  of the engine on edge of the step  in the boatmans cabin see photo.

That'll be very useful in locks on  the Thames.

 

MP.

 

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The paint used for detailing auto disc brake calipers seems to last well ,can't speak for red,but yellow lasts better than most other brands /types of paint used to paint a chainsaw.

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Wow, what a beauty! I see you've got your alternator in a sensible place as well, mine is stuffed between the engine and the "airing cupboard" a nightmare to get at.

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