Shop Work Page #12


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This webpage shows the current jobs
being worked on in the shop.
Hope you enjoy the activity.



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Here in this photo the wrist pin for the 15 HP International Famous is being cut-off the main bar. The next step will be to face the saw cut end and bring it to the proper length...


In these next (4) photos I am helping my friend, Stiles Bradley, make a new head for his 18 HP Electric Lighting Buffalo Olin engine. In photo #1 we have welded a ring to the side of the 14 1/2" diameter X 2" thick steel blank that will be the inside of the head. Photo #2 shows the head setup in the lathe. Photo #3 shows Stiles and Dave Yorks working away on facing the head. Photo #4 shows how the progress is coming on the head...


These next (2) photos are of putting the 18 HP Buffalo Olin piston in the lathe for some final sanding and de-burring. Dave is helping out with this task...


Here in these next (3) photos you can see more work being done on the 18 HP Buffalo Olin head. You can see the OD starting to get cleaned up...


Back to work on the 15 HP Famous wrist pin. Photo #1 shows facing the end and bringing the wrist pin to it's finished length. Photo #2 shows the chamfer cut and the lathe work complete. Photo #3 shows drilling (2) spots in the wrist pin for the set screws to go into from the piston. They will hold the wrist pin securely in place. Photo #4 shows the completed wrist pin and photo #5 shows the wrist pin in the connecting rod...


In this photo I have the connecting rod for the 15 HP International Famous in the lathe and am getting ready to clean and polish it...


Here the work is continuing on the 18 HP Buffalo Olin head. Photo #1 shows sanding the head as all the features are turned in the head. Photo #2 shows laying out the holes for mounting the head to the cylinder. Photo #3 shows drilling the 5/8" diameter pilot holes. Photo #4 shows the 1" diameter piloted drill used. Photo #5 is of the completed head and the original head which had been repaired once and had some new cracks...


These (2) photos are of the intake valve for the 18 HP Buffalo Olin being re-surfaced...


Photo #1 shows Ron Polle grinding a intake valve for a 5 HP Bovaird vertical engine. In photo #2 a ignitor trip arm is being milled to length. Notice the indicator setup to get the length of the arm perfect...


Here in these next (3) photos you can see the crankshaft and piston metalized. Photo #1 shows the crankshaft with the (2) main bearing journals metal sprayed. Photo #2 is of the piston and photo #3 shows a good view of the ring grooves all re-cut and trued...


This photo shows the 15 HP International Famous connecting rod all cleaned up...


In photo #1, holes have been drilled and tapped for new pins that will keep the piston rings in the proper orientation. Photo #2 shows the pins all installed and trimed to be below the OD of the piston...


In these (2) photos I am truing up the piston ring grooves in the 3 HP Pohl piston...


Here I have started working on a connecting rod and wrist pin for a 3 1/2 HP Fuller Johnson. Photo #1 shows pressing out the old wrist pin bushing. Photo #2 shows the worn out parts...


These next (4) photos are of making the new bushing for the connecting rod and wrist pin. Photo #1 shows drilling a hole through the center. Photo #2 shows turning the OD of the bushing. Photo #3 shoes cutting the bushing off with the parting tool. Photo #4 is of facing the bushing off and trimming to length...


Photo #1 shows pressing the new bushing into the connecting rod. Photo #2 shows the new bushing all pressed into the connecting rod. Now to make the wrist pin...


Photo #1 shows taking a pass with a fly cutter to machine the valve seats on a 18 HP Buffalo Olin intake valve assembly. Photo #2 shows the seats all cleaned up. Photo #3 shows the flat valve and seats after lapping...


04/02/03
Work is continuing on the 3 1/2 HP Fuller Johnson. Photo #1 shows turning the OD of the new wrist pin and photo #2 shows the OD all finished. Photo #3 is of drilling a hole through the wrist pin. The original pin is hollow. Photo #4 is of facing and chamfering. Photo #5 shows cutting the pin in the power hacksaw. Photo #6 shows scribing a line for the over all length of the wrist pin...




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