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Thread: Installing new Nanni engine

  1. #281
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    Default Re: Installing new Nanni engine

    Just matched the the shaft size and gearbox type - 1" shaft, Hurth HBW 125 box. The tolerance is .003.

    Rick

  2. #282
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    Default Re: Installing new Nanni engine

    Great work , good access too

  3. #283
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    Default Re: Installing new Nanni engine

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil C View Post
    Great work , good access too
    Thanks Neil! I'm happy with it. The crooked mount is due to an existing hole in the steel turning up in just the wrong place . ... Yes, opening it all up is great. I can access all of the engine now, apart from the sump.

    Hope it runs!

    Rick

  4. #284
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    Default Re: Installing new Nanni engine

    Looks great!

    Rick

  5. #285
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    Default Re: Installing new Nanni engine

    You're going to have hp to burn with that there.

  6. #286
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    Default Re: Installing new Nanni engine

    Well, it's more HP than I really wanted but it seems to sit there alright so, so far, no downside. On a subject dear to your heart .... The garage floor paint, Berger Jet Dry, seems to work well. I have to be careful not to tread on the tar sections, as they remain soft, but on the sections where the tar has hardened and where there's no tar, the Jet Dry is hard and strong after just a day or two. Time will tell but it seems really good for bilges and work areas to me. I'm going to paint the whole engine bay and all storage areas with it.

    Rick

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