4HP TITAN Side Shaft is now running on the Accurate U magneto.
After some considerable time working out the Accurate "U" magneto/linkage and trip finger timing as well as doing some repair to worn parts on this almost 100 year old engine, I got it to start and run on the magneto. Check out the Smokstak site on the WEB for a blow by blow description of the years work involved in getting this "basket case", almost complete, rare IHC TITAN Side Shaft up and running.
20 HP Witte Side Shaft
This is how I purchased this engine. It is mounted on a 1975 Ford that has
a PTO drive that is used to turn over the engine. I plan to get the engine
back to original including the original mixer.
It's true, stranded... again.
One of my biggest mistakes and lessons learnt. Stranded yet again in
exactly the same place as last time? Weird or what?
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Titan 10 20, Classic Old Tractor, Dardanup Heritage Park, Classic Machinery
Start and Run of a Titan 10 20 Tractor.
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IHC 4HP TITAN SIDE SHAFT - First run
I bought this basket case IHC Titan S/S a year ago (3-14-2011) that was
mostly complete. I had to make a few parts and do a lot to get it running.
The biggest and longest project was getting the side shaft gears made and
they showed up on 3-7-2012 from a second gear maker. I had to make new gear
keys and install them on the crankshaft and side shaft. As with these
projects, there was a lot of putting together and taking apart to get
things operational. There is a running dialogue on Harrys "SMOKSTAK" old
British Sea Gull Model 40 1949-50
I found this little outboard at the local flea market, and after a few
hours cleaning it up, here it is running on the first pull. Got to say its
really a nice addition to the collection of "STUFF"
4HP Titan Side Shaft running at less than 200 RPM. NICE, and smooth.
Here is my 4HP Titan Side Shaft running at less than 200 RPM. This is the
slowest I've ever got it to run, and I'm quite happy with it. I still have
a few things to do to it as parts arrive from time to time. I have a
running history of this basket case, missing a few things on SMOKSTAK. Go
to http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=87871 for all the gory
Otto Tank Cooled 6hp - Lake Side Farms Auction - Aumann Auctions
Designed in 1893 and known as the Columbian style Otto after the 1893
Worlds Columbia Exposition in California of that year, this engine Sn 15705
is in outstanding mechanical condition and features an all original finish,
low tension igniter ignition, Sumter side shaft driven magneto, Lonergans
Oilers, forward mounted fuel pump and is on a beautiful oak display skid.
This engine is one of the very last Otto engines manufacture and is
considered to be of 1923 production. Engine runs well and shows very
1917 Titan Side Shaft - Aumann Auctions - Lake Side Farms Auction
One of the very few existing, this 4hp Titan Side Shaft Sn C101H is
considered to be a 1917. The IHC Titan Side Shaft is one of the highest
quality engines IHC made at this time and production was very limited.
This engine has many features including, fuel pump, side shaft, fly ball
governor, low tension magneto ignition, Madison Kipp Oiler. Engine
features an outstanding restoration and runs well.
6 HP Lloyd Side Shaft - Lake Side Farms Collection - Aumann Auctions
Lloyd 6hp Hit Miss Engine
Early 1900's Lloyd hit and miss engine. This engine was made under license
by the Lloyd Manufacturing Company in Nova Scotia Canada and is exactly
identical to the American Made Weber Engine of Mo. Engine features a fly
ball governor, fully machined components, side shaft, water pump, fuel
pump. Has igniter ignition and the unique Weber style carburetor. Engine
has an older restoration and runs very well.
This will be one of the best auctions you have ever attended! Peter has a
discerning eye for quality and that theme is evident throughout the
collection. Superb tractors and arguably the best engine selection ever
offered at auction will highlight this important auction. The Tractors and
Engines will be sold at auction on October 5th & 6th in Kempton, PA. For
more information visit: