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    Hi Tony
    Here is the pump from the Tilly parts book. I can see the Austin utility prefix, 1G on your pump casting. Hope this helps.

    regards, Richard
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    Default Re: Airborne compressor trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Farrant View Post
    Hi Tony
    Here is the pump from the Tilly parts book. I can see the Austin utility prefix, 1G on your pump casting. Hope this helps.

    regards, Richard
    Thanks Richard,
    I have now downloaded the complete Tilly parts book where relevant and also been onto the Austin A40 owners club spares chap who told me that the last two sets of bits went to Malta last year (apparently Austin A40 and Tilly water pumps were very similar). He gave me the number of somebody who overhauls water pumps in the Midlands somewhere - possibly using a Renault seal that is similar so in the meantime will just watch the water drip slowly when we turn the engine over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Lawrence View Post
    Thanks Richard,
    I have now downloaded the complete Tilly parts book where relevant and also been onto the Austin A40 owners club spares chap who told me that the last two sets of bits went to Malta last year (apparently Austin A40 and Tilly water pumps were very similar). He gave me the number of somebody who overhauls water pumps in the Midlands somewhere - possibly using a Renault seal that is similar so in the meantime will just watch the water drip slowly when we turn the engine over.
    Hi Tony,
    I have heard good report on a company in the Midlands rebuilding water pumps and that they adapt to use a modern seal. Your pump may well bed in with use though.
    Richard Farrant

    1943 Bedford QLD - 1941 BSA WM20 - 1943 Daimler Scout Car Mk.2
    MVT no. 1087 - IMPS no. 57 - AMVCS hon. member and Comms. officer
    KVE President and Newsletter Editor

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    Default Re: Airborne compressor trailer

    there is a tilly engine with waterpump for sale on ebay

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Austin-Ten...p2056016.l4276

    no conection wit seller

    hans

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