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- Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:25 am
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: SJP(L) / FPL Bitsa Journey
- Replies: 8
- Views: 356
I believe that if you have no resistance across the coil then you have what is called an air gap. Unfortunately this gap will increse as a spark will jump across. I dont think it will function for long. You are doing a fine job.
I think you will have to accept that the wipac sheave is going to get heat damaged and put some serious heat on the nut. The sheave is readily available. A wet rag may suffice to keep it from too much damage. Another thought is that there is a tool called a nut cracker which does as the name implies...
Use a holesaw 1 1/4" or thereabouts. Two parallel cuts and you have your notch to suit drive shaft. Personally l would make it a bit bigger and line the inside with leather and lubricate with a bit of oil to protect the chrome on your driveshaft. Drill the hole a little to the rear so you are d...
You could probably just make one yourself with a bit of shaped timber. Varnish it up and it could look quite well. You wouldn't be the first. 2" x 1" x 3 5/8". Drill a hole for the bolt and notch for the drive tube.
Edit: I already have this motor listed! I have the clutch lever as plain which is a bit of an abnormality but #SD10100 is also plain. Thanks for the JM number that I didn't have. I'll update location as well. Yay.
Excellent thanks. Fortunately with the later SD's the gearbox casing, l believe, is the same as the early C, D AC and AD with nipples on the Port side. The alloy is slightly different but it would be a fine eye that would pick the difference. Wonder why a lot of the fuel lines have been replaced? I'...
- Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:26 am
- Forum: Other Old Outboards (Non-Seagulls)
- Topic: New to the board and I have a BMB Swordfish
- Replies: 9
- Views: 431
Best to tin the cable first ie dip in flux, heat and let solder impregnate through the cable and then wipe with a wet cloth. It will bond better when dipping as Nudge mentioned.
- Sat Sep 01, 2018 11:40 am
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: Royal Netherlands Army Seagull SD picture
- Replies: 6
- Views: 330
Here’s another SD, for parts https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SEAGULL-OUTBOARD-MOTOR/173497902186?hash=item286547e46a:g:d3YAAOSwA5tbg7Jy That would be a good pickup. Early cast tank bracket. Brass throttle lever, plain brass clutch lever, original tank (I want 8)) and straps and JM magneto. Later slotted...