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  • A Tandem ,Double-Acting Engine

    Hello!
    Thanks you for this forum ,very nice.
    In last winters HSM magazine a 4 part article on "The Snow" engine written by Douglas Kelly was published. I would like to know if there is
    any others out there that would possibly be able to comment on this engine build project before I start it myself. Possibly someone that has built it or is starting on this, what appears to be, a very long machining project.
    My concerns is always the same, what errors (if any) or missing dimensions will hinder me once I get involved in machining. The article does appear to be well written and documented but it does not have any way to
    contact author if question or problems arise. An internet search did not turn up any information about this model.
    Hopefully I will get some good advise before I ever cut a chip .
    Thanks for your help, Rich

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    Welcome Rich.

    That is a really nice engine IMHO. I started to build it over a year ago-
    http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net/sho...highlight=snow

    As I seem to do lately I got side tracked with many other projects and never finished it. I'm probably going to start back up on it soon.
    There is a small yahoo group that is devoted to this engine that you might want to join-
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Snowtandemengine/

    A few guys have done beautiful jobs building it.
    Steve

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    • #3
      Rich, I'm not going to be any help I don't do (as of now anyway) model engines.
      But I would like to say welcome to this site!
      Steve

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      • #4
        Thank You

        HI,
        Thanks "doctor demo" for your warm welcome to the site, much appreciated!
        Also S_J_H ,thanks for the links, very good, just contacted the yahoo group ,just waiting back for my membership approval and hope to be able to connect with others into building the SNOW engine.
        Rich

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