Part three of three: Restoring a 2 HP IHC Nonpareil
The new needle valve. The 1/16-inch pin locks the brass to the needle stem.
'The fuel mixer, with new pipework and the air intake with new wire on the choke disc. The new drain screw can be seen between the brass nuts (which have moved up from the pipe joints). '
Left: The eccentric was bored to ensure the hole for the sleeve is square to the main body. The braze filling for the crack in the side can be seen.
'Clockwise from top: The completed cart, still wet with a coating of creosote/oil; an axle after welding the stub and mounting plates; the new side pieces before treatment, with the old cross pieces and tie bars; and the mounting plates for the axle. '
Left: The new eye bolt on the governor weight.
Above: The bent eccentric partially fixed to the alignment jig.
Above: The governor plate on the mill.
The water pump showing the rust damage to the threads and adapted seat.
Right: The flywheel on the milling machine with temporary skimming set up.
The fuel pipe layout (left) and the pipework around the magneto during the trial assembly (right).