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Excerpt from Broke Down: What I Should Do: Ready Reference and Key for Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, Round House Machinists, Conductors, Train Hands and Inspectors
Tion has its own index, If you are not 'sure you are right 1uquire of some one who knows. Some of my instructions are different from shop practice and are so of necessity, because you would not have the same facilities for doing the work while away from the shops. For example: In my methods for dividing valves with the steam chest lids of, it is taken for g granted that the links lift both alike, that the saddle pin is in proper position, and that the radius or curve of the link 13 correct. Such work must be corrected f in the shops but it is not probable that any of these; f would get out of order by ordinary use, and by using the methods given the valves will beat square in the.
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bound: 108 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 25, 2017)
isbn: 0282028870, 978-0282028879,
weight: 5.6 ounces (