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Bob Sims04/07/2008 06:22:00
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You can download this 'actual size' disk by right-clicking on the item and then select your download location by choosing 'save target as'. oh no you cant Bob Sims
Brian Lambert04/07/2008 07:18:00
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Oh yes I can.

Brian 

Bob Sims04/07/2008 07:28:00
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i cant i can only "save  picture as"

Bob

David Ashby - Moderator04/07/2008 08:16:00
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Then 'save picture as' Bob......save it to your desk top then print out from there.
Tim Mackey04/07/2008 09:03:00
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Brian Lambert04/07/2008 12:41:00
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I think the wording depends on which browser you are using.
Eric Bray04/07/2008 13:42:00
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Back to -- ARRGH Computers!
Bob Sims04/07/2008 13:44:00
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Thanks david thats what i did

Bob

Bob Sims04/07/2008 13:46:00
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Rusper both my IE7 and firefox are the same

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Bob Sims04/07/2008 13:48:00
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now now Eric

Bob

nicolas browne05/07/2008 19:22:00
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I cannot understand what the point of this wheel is, as all 2 stroke engines have fixed timing so whats the point of checking something that cannot be altered? i dont think many people would want to start grinding the ports out!,  if your old engine is is a pig to start and lacking power and you cant sort it  out by tuning the carb , then its probably worn out and you will see the slack in the piston/liner, and big end and crank bearings. 
PIP10/07/2008 18:57:00
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Yes you can it great thanks
Allan Jordan10/07/2008 19:34:00
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 I have a feeling that this timing wheel is aimed at those of us that would like to have a go at engine building. Alex W has mentioned the possible publishing of his " home knitted engine" in a recent article if my memory is correct.

 Let's wait and see.

Tim Mackey10/07/2008 21:17:00
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Allan Jordan wrote (see)

 I have a feeling that this timing wheel is aimed at those of us that would like to have a go at engine building. Alex W has mentioned the possible publishing of his " home knitted engine" in a recent article if my memory is correct.

 Let's wait and see.


I agree.... and yes he has.
Allan Jordan11/07/2008 21:09:00
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 Hi Timbo, I cant wait for Alex W to begin an engine build series, best news of the week for me.
Stuart Morris15/07/2008 08:42:00
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I have founds this timing wheel very useful when I recently converted my 12 year old Quadra 42 from magneto ignition to electronic ignition.  Now the motor starts with a couple of flicks and runs very smooth. No recoil started spring involved or heavy duty electric starter. The motor is a pound  or two lighter now the magneto coil and flywheel have been replaced by the sensor and ignition unit.

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