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    Burrell 4" Single Crank Compound Agricultural Engine.

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    More please and looking forward to seeing the finished engine at Flukeburgh although I havent been for a few years.

    Donk
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    Senior Member nudge's Avatar
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    Thats cool, that is the type of boiler that I want to build for my next engine can you post plans for it?
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    Are the welded rounds all over just to make it stronger ?
    Heat them up, mold them out.

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    Looks good, it is quite a big project
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    I would like to make some educated comment but im not educated. I will say from an uneducated point of view it looks bloody good.

    Donk
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    I would like to say beautiful job...
    The voices in my head may not be real, but they do have some good ideas...

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    Keep up the nice I am still reading it all
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    I'm watching too !!

    Are you doing this along as you'r posting ?
    Heat them up, mold them out.

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    Wow, just found this thread. Beautifull work!
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