Dating craftsman planes

01-Jul-2016 19:55

Im building a "semi profile " plane that will weigh about 16.5 lbs ready to fly and I want to have enough power to do some 3d...you think this motor will have the power?Hamman, a much eaiser way to put on a prop hub is to remove the nut holding on the flywheel and screw on the prop hub in place of the nut...sure you use some loctite also, I choose not to place my carb the way you did because I heard that air from the prop can enter that small hole and mess with that diaphram.....sure if thts fact or fiction????The prop hub came from wacker engines, but a freind of mine cleaned up the angle on his lathe.Rev, can you tell us what planes your flyin yous on??I will make a carb adapter like yours when I get started on mine, will probably solder a small copper tube on plate and run small hose away to eliminate diaphram problems... I also cut in a key way in it so that the timing will never "eazily" come out of wack.I dont want to drill holes in top of cowl for carb adjusment. With how eazy these motors are to convert..cutting, ez carb mounting, beam mounts like a glow motor , I dont know why any one would do a homelite 45 or poulan 46 scince they are roughly the same price.....theres no replacement for displacement!

I priced all the parts out to build the motor and it was cheaper to buy the saw.I bought my saw on sale for 189.00 then I sold it on **bay as a parts saw with no motor and got 50 bucks for it. Rev, what props are you running and what kind of # are you gettin?So, really i only paid 139 for it...to bad rev....no, not yet[&o] I was getting ready to, and had to get some grocerys out of the car and my coat snagged the engine test stand and it fell( it wasnt clamped down yet) breaking the prop AND the cheap engine mount I was using for testing only. I didnt have a tach on me but Ill guess it was spinning the 22-8 around 7500. 7500 rpm is good for an engine of this size, but you should take it easy untill you have a few tanks of gas thru it.Sears has a rich, long history to tell dating back to 1886 when Richard Sears sold the first batch of watches. When I finished college and settled down I decided to go back home to get my tools, only to find my mother had given the box and tools to my uncle. The milestones, introductions and stories fill volumes. 1908 Sears Roebuck Catalogue Tools including Sargent made Fulton hand Planes. i find it had to belive there are that many codes out there (all have same key blank and start with "8"), so i may be able to get lucky and find a kit in a retail store that has this code.

I priced all the parts out to build the motor and it was cheaper to buy the saw.

I bought my saw on sale for 189.00 then I sold it on **bay as a parts saw with no motor and got 50 bucks for it. Rev, what props are you running and what kind of # are you gettin?

So, really i only paid 139 for it...to bad rev....no, not yet[&o] I was getting ready to, and had to get some grocerys out of the car and my coat snagged the engine test stand and it fell( it wasnt clamped down yet) breaking the prop AND the cheap engine mount I was using for testing only. I didnt have a tach on me but Ill guess it was spinning the 22-8 around 7500. 7500 rpm is good for an engine of this size, but you should take it easy untill you have a few tanks of gas thru it.

Sears has a rich, long history to tell dating back to 1886 when Richard Sears sold the first batch of watches. When I finished college and settled down I decided to go back home to get my tools, only to find my mother had given the box and tools to my uncle.

The milestones, introductions and stories fill volumes. 1908 Sears Roebuck Catalogue Tools including Sargent made Fulton hand Planes. i find it had to belive there are that many codes out there (all have same key blank and start with "8"), so i may be able to get lucky and find a kit in a retail store that has this code.

# / dating, craftsman, Vintage Craftsman tool chest restoration - completed -Tools Do-It-Yourself Center - Sears Antique and Vintage Tool Boxes - Collector Information Sears Archives Home Page Craftsman Hand Planes Time Tested Tools Hammers & Striking Tools Craftsman Not including my box which was upwards of 10 grand, now I wrench for a living and can tell you craftsman are ok for garage use and basic stuff but when you do it for a living you only want to smash your hands on stuff so many times when the tool breaks. Snap On must be a unionized business, that's the only reason I can think they'd need to charge such a premium.