|Posted on Wednesday, July 03, 2002 - 01:20 am: ||
Hello all, this is a repost of pictures as the Board Admin informed me that a few weeks of posts got lost in Cyber Space LOL
A few pics for all to enjoy of some very special motors, these motors were restored by my friend Boyd, I have already seen sevral pictures floating around on the board of some of Boyd's work and thought you may enjoy some more.
If you are interested in any details or have questions of a technical nature, please send us an email and we will get back to you.
Please note that the pictures of the following twin cylinder Balxland's are not standard motors, one has been fresh water cooled and the other has been highly modified for putt putt racing! Catch us if you can! Enjoy!
Hope your motor does not look like this!
Now how would one of these look taking pride of place in your boat?
Barry and Boyd
|Posted on Monday, January 13, 2003 - 04:50 am: ||
I am looking for parts for a 31/2 blaxland pup that belongs to my father. He need a head and maifold at least or possibly another engine.
I have seen some of pictures you posted of restored engines an they look great.
Do you know where i could get any parts from.
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|Posted on Sunday, August 22, 2004 - 12:19 am: ||
I was just wondering whether there is anyone that could help me with some enquiries that l am making about a Blaxland-Chapman super pup engine that my father in law and l have recently purchased with an old putt putt boat.
We were after any information about either as it is our new restoration project after seeing them at Echuca and Wentworth rally earlier this year.
So if anyone can be of assistance with pictures and further info would be a great help as we are abit in the dark with both of them.
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|Posted on Tuesday, September 21, 2004 - 09:12 am: ||
Hi Mick, gee mate you have hit on an old post here, there is an updated post further towards the top of the board with more photos and a new email address. If you require any assistance then please feel free to drop us a line at this address email@example.com
Be more then happy to help out where we can.
|Posted on Sunday, May 01, 2005 - 08:18 am: ||
I want information of the blaxland 10 H.P. sea-dog
How to remove the gears of crank shaft,and how to remove the shaft in the upright housing that the mag sit on? I like the photo of the engine in pieces. I will need the two drive gears for the mag. Thank you very much for your help!
|Posted on Wednesday, May 04, 2005 - 05:54 am: ||
I want information of the blaxland 10 H.P.sea-dog
How to remove the gears of crank shaft.I like the photo of the engine in pieces. I will need the two drive gears for the mag. I need 3 piston rings 1 name plate. Thanks a lot if anyone could help me!
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|Posted on Thursday, April 17, 2008 - 12:26 am: ||
I have recently purchased a Putt putt boat for use on the Nagambie Lake system. it has a Blaxland 2 cyl engine that I have had running, I am in the process of getting it running nice to see if the whole thing is worth restoring.
My question is how do you get the 1/8 pint of oil into the sump?