CLIFFORD ROTAVATOR WITH JAP ENGINE

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  • #33021

    ray-lewis
    Participant

    Hi all, I have a Clifford Rotavator with a JAP engine fitted, it has sat in my garage for about 4/5 years now and i/ve never had it running but now is the time. Does anyone have any info as regards engine and gearbox oil types or any info at all on this machine, I think its a MK1.

    Thanks Ray

    #33024

    charlie
    Keymaster

    Is it like the one in this photo?

    #33034

    ray-lewis
    Participant

    hi Charlie, no it’s a lot smaller than that one, i’ll dig it out this weekend and post some pics. thanks Ray

    #33148

    jwilkes
    Participant

    Hi Ray I have a Clifford Mk1 which is a very small rotavator with a Villiers 2 stroke engine (as was fitted to an Allen Scythe, I suspect you have one of the Clifford Mk 4 which is a much heavier piece of equipment

    #33150

    andyfrost
    Participant

    A small number of Mk1s were fitted with the 80cc JAP twostroke.

    Andy.

    #34948

    peterhull
    Participant

    My father had a Clifford Mk1 in the 1960’s with a villiers Engine. It was a difficult starter especially when warm

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