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Bearair29/09/2013 11:32:17
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Hi

Many years ago my father and I used to use a small company in chudleigh devon for engine spares, servicing and repairs. I remember excellent service from him. Just wondering if they still exist and if anyone has contact details?

If not can anyone recomend a company to repair an OS 91 pumper?

Thanks Roger

Edited By Bearair on 29/09/2013 11:33:17

John Privett29/09/2013 11:48:34
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Roger, that sounds like it was probably John D Haytree. If so then he retired from the business several years ago and I believe died a couple of years ago.

fly boy329/09/2013 12:01:22
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I believe the business was taken over in 2011. Try, www.motorvationmodelengines.co.uk or 07939 15501Could still be trading. Cheers  Their web site is being updated at the moment.

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Edited By fly boy3 on 29/09/2013 12:05:06

Masher29/09/2013 12:02:41
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Coincidently I have been asking around for someone to repair my OS 70 (casting broken at exhaust outlet) and a chap at the club yesterday suggested John Haytree!

Shame to hear he is no longer with us, I wonder if any other repairers will make themselves known - seems like there is an opportunity!

 

whoops posted same time as FB3

Edited By Masher on 29/09/2013 12:03:52

Masher29/09/2013 12:17:37
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motorvation is dormant/extinct

Andrew Russell 229/09/2013 12:26:42
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I repair most mechanical issues with model engines.

I also own R.P.M. Performance Engineering, Web site coming soon. custom design and builds for custom model stands and items like that are also available.

Altough castings etc can be tricky and some times can not be repaired.

LYKA29/09/2013 15:57:01
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Try " Just Engines"

Bearair29/09/2013 16:34:03
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Thanks folks, im sure it was John Haytree the name rings a bell, sorry to here he has died.

Andrew will pm you with a picture the pump unit has been broken and the casting bent.

Thanks

Roger

Paul Marsh29/09/2013 16:36:04
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What's wrong with the 91? I can do servicing on engines, including four strokes. Did a few last year for the club, as well as my own stock. If the pump is faulty, will be hard to repair, but bearings replacement is easy. You can do it yourself with little outlay, but if you're not confident then no problem asking for help.

Really, there is only Just Engines at the moment.

A couple of engines I repaired/serviced:

Edited By Paul Marsh on 29/09/2013 16:39:31

Masher30/09/2013 09:41:20
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This is what I am faced with on my OS 70 FS - any takers ?!

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Paul Marsh30/09/2013 18:35:49
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Needs a new head. Not enough meat left to tap with. You could try using metal filler and re-tap the thread. A new head is around £70, if you can get one...

ken anderson.30/09/2013 18:53:06
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hello masher....as paul say's a new head is the way to go - or a 2nd hand motor with the head intact......

ken anderson....ne...1.......head dept.....

Masher30/09/2013 20:07:10
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Yes new or second hand head is only way but they seem unavailable - just have to wait for another Ebay........... hang on, that's how I got into this mess!

Wilco Wingco17/07/2019 13:38:55
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Does anybody know if it is possible to repair / build up a broken mounting lug on an engine. I have seen the low melting point aluminium welding / brazing rods and wonder if anybody has used them. sad

Denis Watkins17/07/2019 13:53:06
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The are usually Aluminium Welders within reach WW,

My last repair, similar to yours was £10

These lads normally make a living welding Aluminium Cylinder heads, from vehicles

And broken ally wheels from cars hitting the curb

Usually, they will entertain small jobs

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