Scale Gas Engines and Conveyer


| 5/8/2018 12:00:00 AM


Moyers

Reader M. Moyers writes in, sending photos of some of his scale gas engines and a conveyor he built to make loading and unloading them for shows easier. We think the conveyor is a neat trick, and love the cam-stopper Callahan. “The flyballs disengage the camshaft when the engine is up to speed. The camshaft is timed to stop with the exhaust open. It’s a good runner,” Moyer writes. 
As to the conveyor, he says, “I built the conveyor to make it easier to load and unload engines. I don’t need to get into the truck with each engine; the engines are the last to go on the display and the first to be removed when the show is over.”

Moyers

M. Moyers
37301 28th Ave. So., Unit 31
Federal Way, WA 92003


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