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Stuart Major Beam Unmachined
Stuart Major Beam Unmachined Set of Castings
The Stuart Major Beam is typical of the smaller industrial engines of the nineteenth century. It is based on a eighth scale model designed by Mr. George Gentry and serialised in Model Engineer magazine throughout 1914.
In 1968 modifications were made to the engine by Mr. H. A. Taylor including a reduction in the bore, a redesigned feed pump and replacement of Whitworth fixings with B.A.
The Stuart Major Beam kit includes all the castings, finished gears, piston rings and drawings but none of the necessary materials or fixings.
Stuart Major Beam Set of Unmachined Castings, Governor Gears, Piston Rings and Drawings only.
18 1/4 Inches.
13 7/8 Inches.
1 3/4 Inches Diameter.
3 3/4 Inches.
Baseplate, pedestal, column, beam, pulley, entablature, cylinder, valve chest and cover, top cylinder cover, cylinder boss, piston, slide valve, crank, main bearings, beam bearings, connecting rod, feed pump body, feed pump gland, governor bracket, flywheel.
Valve shaft bearings, feed pump flange, eccentric strap.
Seven detailed drawings, piston rings, finished governor gears.
Stuart S50 Unmachined
Grove Works. West Road, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 5JT
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