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Thore
Posted on Monday, January 05, 2004 - 11:53 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

I am trying to find a picture of an 8 cylinder 680 HP crossley diesel, marine engine. Any help is of value.
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rholcomb
Posted on Monday, January 05, 2004 - 06:54 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

this is what i have on crossley

scan
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David
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 03:15 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Straight eight,vee eight or horizontally opposed??
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Martin Heyd
Posted on Tuesday, March 16, 2004 - 06:49 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Dear sir/madam,
Could you offer us spare parts for two 40year-old Crossley marine engines that need a tune-up badly?
Or maybe point us in the right address / email where we could get such spares?
Regards

Martin Heyd
INGENIERIA NORGA S.L.
c/ El Torcas 2, Urb. Galera Baja
E-03590 ALTEA
Alicante, Spain
www.norga.com
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raymond
Posted on Thursday, June 17, 2004 - 05:39 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

thore,
what model Crossley do you want? I have a lot on the heavy ones.Post a reply please.
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Torsten
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I want information about the Crossley diesel engines, which were fitted into the Motor Mine Sweepers (MMS) built in GB during WW2. They were of abt 500 hp, 8 cyls, but were they 2-stroke or 4-stroke? What is the type called and where do I find a photo/description of it?
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C632
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I would like to have a user manual and a list of parts for the following engine:

Crossley HRL6

Also I would welcome any information on spare parts availability.
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Dutton Dock
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I might be able to get a manual photocopy for you if you can cover my outgoings. Spares are pretty minimal, you can try Crossley (Rolls Royce) in Manchester but don't hold your breath...
There are a couple of people who deal in used parts, if you can get your contact details to me I'll see what I can pass on.
Cheers
Tim
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garth freeman
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i am trying to source spares for crossely hrn6 engines,fuel pump spares in particular,any info,contacts etc would be greatly appreciated
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listerdiesel
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Posted on Sunday, March 13, 2005 - 05:57 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Trying to sort through these various posts is a bit of a nightmare!

Crossley produced both straight-8 680hp and V-8 680hp engines.

The HRN6 was a 2-cycle pressure charged engine with proprietary fuel sprayer equipment.

The HRL series was an earlier version and only in straight format.

Crossleys are in Manchester, UK and do respond to requests for service data, but they also expect users to try and correspond through their agents rather than directly.

I have a number of catalogues from the 1930's to 1960's for diesels of all types, but no specific service or parts info for Crossley engines, only sales data.

Peter
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kanangra_kid
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I am a member of the Sydney heritage fleet
and work on the old double end ferry "Kanagra"
(restoration at the moment) and she has a straight eight ,HRL? i'm not fully sure,of 600hp @ 450 rpm, and may be able to copy the manual when we get it as well photos.
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tally
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For Sale: 2 X ESN6 engines, 400 bhp, 1000 rpm, standby hours only, nearly new.
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Bryan Sellars
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as an apprentice from 1951 to 1957 at Crossley’s in Manchester, I thought I would point out that the HRN and HSN series used pressure pulse supercharging, being two stroke engines they use a scavenge pump that supplies extra air than is required to purge the cylinder, the extra air following the exhaust out into the exhaust manifold is forced back by the next cylinder’s pressure pulse, that is intensified by putting a narrower length of exhaust pipe from the exhaust manifold, from memory they worked out the length and diameter of this piece of pipe more by trial and error than anything else, but any one thinking it was in there by mistake and putting a normal length in its place will lower the engines HP, but probably course less wear and tear, I remember there used to be some controversy between the engineer’s about the possibility of dirt being forced back into the cylinder by the pressure pulse, but if they are still around after all this time it can’t have been that harmful, I would appreciated if anyone has any photo’s of the HRN or CRL type engines they would email one, cheers Bryan
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Philip
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I am looking for injectors for a Crossley 882Hp Marine Diesel engine. Serial Number CGL4 145821. For that matter any engine spares. This is beleived to be the only one left of it's type and presently works in the engine room of HMRT Golden Cross...
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Yadan
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Sir,
We have a requirement for Rolls Royce Crossley /Pielstick engine spares. There are about seven pages of different part numbers.
Kindly let me know if anyone holds the stock of the above engines spares or please help to reach at the correct place.

Thank you and warm regards
Yadan
For Avion Enterprises FZE
Tel - +971 50 5015 406
Fax - +971 6 5260 212
E-mail - avionent@emirates.net.ae
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irvon
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Hi i am restoring a crossley qvd-3, need help with parts and info please, is there a rep in canada, serial no. 121102 10.25 bore 12 stroke
thank you.
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dutton_dock
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Posted on Friday, September 01, 2006 - 06:13 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

For those looking for manuals for older Crossleys, the Anson museum

http://www.enginemuseum.org/

may have a few originals for sale
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tony
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Have manual for Crossley engines, many cylinder varients, 3 4 6 8 cylinders in line. Huge pistons force fed 2 strokes, some with turbos.

Anyone interested I will get the models and post them.

Tony
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CMF
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We are currently removing a Crossley HRN6 (#148183) from a vessel, located in Toronto Canada.

1) Does anybody know the weight of a naturally aspirated HRN6?

2) Does anybody know of a good home for the engine? It needs rebuilding, but is in excelent shape externally (chromed pipes, nuts, etc) and would look great in a museum (or a restoration project).

Or parts. We have a few spares (liners, pistons, con-rods, bearings, scavenging valves, gears, injectors, etc...)

Please let us know if there is any interest.
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solarrog
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Posted on Wednesday, November 08, 2006 - 07:20 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

wow, sadly Im all the way out in California
This engine is a work of art
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CMF
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dutton_dock
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That looks well cared for. What's the problem with it?
I was 'driving' an HR4 yesterday (its older brother), it looks a real scruff compared to that one, though.
There are a couple of people in the UK who break Crossleys for spares, if you don't find a home for it let me know & I'll put you in touch. A better fate than the scrapyard ;-)

Tim
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jan smit
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trying to locate spares,( injector, injection pumps, rockers, pushers etc.) for Crossley FO 2

J. Smit, the Netherlands

jansmit@hetnet.nl
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peter van sluijs
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ppff... lots of people looking for spares...

well me too!
I've got a crossley bwb5 68hp bij 945rpm.

I'm looking for actually ANY parts

contact me PLEASE if you know anything

peter-kalza@hotmail.com
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peter van sluijs
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I just remembered I got a film of the engine running.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=33bZykolWX8
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sealanddiesel
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We currently have lots of HRN6 &8 spare parts if their is still anyone still running these engines, pistons, liners, cylinder heads, ect.
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Gerry Doyle
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I bought the fishing boat "Madame Prunier" from LT. in 1959.
She had a 3Cyl HRN or HRL Crossley engine and I can't remember which. It was the one with uncooled pistons. Can anyone help me? I was a skipper/owner most of my life and am trying to write about it in detail. Gerry Doyle.
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ric
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Over here in Aussie land in Sydney many of our old double ended ferries had 8 cylinder Crossley's.
They were reversible and air start with a continuous fixed prop shaft from end to end attached to a propeller at each end.
One of these engines is in a ferry which belongs to the "Sydney Heritage Fleet" which specialises in restoring and operating heritage vessels of all types.

Regards Ric

Kanangra Crossley 8 cylinder Australia
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mrchippy07
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Hi everyone, Ihave an ERL.4 Crossley Marine Engine. I am looking for the sale and expressions of interest of this engine. It comes with the books for installing and parts of the engine.I even have the shipping papers when it came to Australia from Liverpool in 1958.It has never been run since coming to Australia even has the red wax inside.Also the Certificat of Test before shipping.
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Steve Wilson-Burgess
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Hi Info required on Crossley HRN 3 2 stroke Diesel, Bore and Stroke dimensions Flywheel diam

Eng No. 147774 ex RN water barge VY374
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johnoxley
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Hi - Sydney Heritage Fleet has HRN parts book and manual - very detailed. Ditto for ERN series. All marine engines. Can organise copies. Parts are still a problem - these engines went through pistons and heads with up to 240 starts a shift.
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Fergus King
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}Hi , I'm currently working on a Crossley HRN6 in the Auckland ferry Kestrel. I would like to make contact with johnoxley regarding parts book and manuals.
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johnoxley
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Hi - Have originals and copies of HRN manuals and parts books - very detailed and well written books with excellent images. Off work for two weeks but have easy access to photocopier after Easter. Please recontact after Easter through this forum in case I get busy and forget. What is postal address?
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Fergus King
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Hi, Sounds good. The Kestrel was built in 1905 and was powered by a triple expansion steam engine. It was repowered with the Crossley in the 50's. The engine has no ID plates on it but going by the 10 1/2" bore , I figure it has to be one of the H series 2 stoke models. The Kestrel is now owned by the Kestrel Preservation Society and generally is in pretty good condition. The engine hasn't run for 7 years and is proving to be reluctant to turn over. We currently have the heads off and are soaking the pistons in the hope of getting it to turn. My address is Fergus King 601 Welcome Bay Rd R.D.5 Tauranga 3175 New Zealand. Thanks for your help.
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johnoxley
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Hi Fergus - will dig out+copy+send HRN manual + parts book. You probably know all this, but this is what we did on http://www.shf.org.au/Kanang/Kanang.html
Our crank would not move even a tiny bit. Our mild steel barring levers bent when the engine was tight and we needed crowbars (we would not use chain block assistance). We were able to pinch bar the bottom ends fore and aft. We ended up attending to tight pistons, scavenge pump, mains and shaft line bearings. We also pulled the coupling bolts. We did not have to worry about prop shafts (2 off) as these were pulled years ago.
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Fergus King
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Hi , It sounds as though we are fighting the same problems you had. Do you know where we can get liners from? I think we will have to replace them as the chrome is delaminating at the top of the bore and we are likely to catch a ring. I emailed sealanddiesel but have had no reply as yet. Do you know if there is an engine number stamped any where other than on the ID plates. Some one has pinched the plates so I'm not sure which model we are dealing with. Is yours back together or is it still a work in progress. If we get totally stuck, we might have to come over and pay a visit.
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Fergus King
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Hi, Just a reminder about the HRN manuals and parts book. We now have the pistons and rods out which has revealed a damaged big end bearing. Copies of the books will be very helpful. Thanks.
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johnoxley
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Hi Fergus

Have copies and will post Monday.

Regards

Andy
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johnoxley
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Posted on Tuesday, May 03, 2011 - 04:21 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Hi Fergus - Crossley HRN manuals and parts book posted Tuesday p.m. Should be there in a few days. Did you locate any other engine number stampings? I have seen these on other engine crankshafts stamped along with a Lloyds or BOT stamp.
Andy
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Fergus King
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Hi Andy, Received manuals today, thank you very much. They are going to be a huge help. The detail is impressive. We now have all the pistons, rods and liners out. There is some damage to one big end bearing but is repairable. We are compiling a list of parts required for the rebuild. What do I owe you for the manuals? Regards , Fergus.
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johnoxley
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Hi Fergus

Postage was A$15 - plenty of people help me out, so pass it forward...

Regards

Andy
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Roya Ashena
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Dear Sir/Ms
Please send me crossly marine agency in Asia. Any one who knows send me mail. This is my E-mail: Ashenaroya@gmail.com
Best regards
Roya
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wow, it looks great, i have worked on crossley engines for more than 6 years.crossley HSN. i like it.
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garrodhutchison
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I am still running what we beleive are he last Crossley HRN 6's still in daly use. Anyone having any information on spares of any kind in any part of the world pleae contact me. istrosengineer@gmail.com Many thanks!
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Hi everybody!! Well I've jumped well deep in the lake feet first i think.I have just purchased and fell pity on a 3 cylinder Crossley DSR-3 two stroke engine in need of full rebuild its been laying in a scrap yard in a shed for many a year.Has any body got any idea what year these where built any books or parts they say it came out off a submarine but that's here say!!!Its i ronic as talking to my mother she said that my grandad worked at crossley brothers as an engineer learning his apprentship before going of to Rolls Royce as cheif technician on the Merlin engine. many thanks Tim

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