macgregor terrytone receiver

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Mike_K
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Re: macgregor terrytone receiver

Post by Mike_K » 27 Feb 2019, 14:06

PaulJ wrote:
26 Feb 2019, 23:05
Mike, all the photos are of the same escapement and it is not clockwork....... Maybe it was once clockwork and somebody has modified it so that it is now rubber driven. As it is, it is certainly not a production item though whoever did it did a competent job and it appears to work well. However I have never installed it in a model.

Paul
Paul.

Sorry I thought they were different escapements and the the top one looks awfully like an ED clockwork escapement, but it's possible that ED did a rubber driven escapement I don't know about, hopefully somebody else can tell us. Or as you say, somebody could have modified and ED escapement.

Cheers

Mike

Mike_K
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Re: macgregor terrytone receiver

Post by Mike_K » 27 Feb 2019, 14:09

What a lovely looking little bipe, another to go on the bucket list.

Delta
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Re: macgregor terrytone receiver

Post by Delta » 02 Mar 2019, 08:49

Thank you all for your help - much appreciated
Ben
P.S. has anyone got a terrytone mark II diagram ?

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Re: macgregor terrytone receiver

Post by F2B » 02 Mar 2019, 22:13

F2B or not to be....

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