Discussion in 'Parts/Engines Wanted' started by bwheat, Jun 7, 2009.
Wanted liner for a Lister CD.This is a wet liner.Can anybody help?
Try classic engines and spares, they advertise in most of the mags. Sorry to say that I cant find their details at the moment
Thank you for the advice Ploughman.much appreciated i will follow your suggestion and hope for the best.
Liner for Lister.CD.
If it helps anyone to identify the liner i am looking for,the Lister part number is 23/205.
have you tryed stationary engine parts he deals in many old stock parts so give him a ring might be able to help you out.
Liner for Lister.CD.
Thank you for your advise,i have just sent them a email,asking them if they can help.
Thanks again Gaz.
Hi, would it not be possible to fit a dry, thin wall sleeve inside the your liner, or is it in bits?
It`s all in one piece,but there is a split all the way down from top to bottom.It has been frozen from the inside outwards,with one side of the split bulging into the water jacket by about half an inch.So no hope of lining the liner.
Thank you for the suggestion though.
I am sure this can be weld repaired, but will need gas welding to avoid hard spots. This firm should be able to help.
Cast Iron Welding Services,
Hermitage Industrial Estate,
Phone number 01530 811308
It could probably be welded,but i am wondering if it would still be cylindrical enough to be bored and sleeved.Another problem is that although its a wet liner it is remarkably thin and i am not sure that it could have been re-bored anyway.The fellow that you put me in touch with at Classic Engines,mailed me to say that he had some engineering drawings for this engine and maybe a liner that could be re-machined. He was going on holiday,so i will have to wait to see what can be done,unless something else turns up.Thanks for your interest.
If Bob at classic has a drawing, he should be able to find a liner that can be remachined, and any competent turner could do that work for you. Only problem you may have is the material.It may not be cast iron if it is thin wall.
now that you mention material,the way that the liner has bent into the water jacket does seem a bit strange it has formed a smooth curve not at all what you would expect from cast iron.I have not removed the liner yet as the engine is having a good soak in diesel at the moment,due to it being completely seized,with the piston right at the bottom and the big -end nuts inaccessible.I think even with engine free i will have to use a small disc cutter to slit the liner radially to remove the top two or three inches,to get rid of the top flange so that the rest can be
compressed to come out of the counter-bore.Maybe the drawing will identify the material. Bob seemed to think that he may have a liner that could be modified,i will have to wait until he returns from his holiday to find out.
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