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« on: January 22, 2009, 03:34:14 AM »

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Ira Schreiber wrote:
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I thought that you might be interested in this site.
I visited there in 1991 and it was impressive as a time warp then.
http://pila.interlok.info/indexe.htm
Steam is King
Diesel is Queen

Stephen Hussar replied:
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Hey Ira, very cool stuff, especially the section on cylinder repair and construction. They make it sound like their weldment assembly is just as complex as a one-piece cylinder/saddle casting arrangement. Who wants to go there on a field trip?!
http://www.interlok.info/Zylinderbaue.htm
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