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What Am I for Tuesday 5/24/11

Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck Monday, May 23, 2011 3:30 PM
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Here's a real old timer. Another photo from Bill White.



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WAG Part Two. Lambert.

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no wag, agree with Clyde 1907 Lambert

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Agree.  LAMBERT.

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LAMBERT IT IS.
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Model A - 20 hp - 3000 pounds - friction drive, manufactured by The Buckeye Mfg. Co. from Anderson (Indinia), which manufactured also a Model B carrying 1500 pounds.

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I sure aint gonna argue with the experts!!!

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Jeff Lakaszcyck
 Posted Tuesday, May 24, 2011 1:59 PM
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No arguing with the experts here either ! This is a 1907 Lambert. The Buckeye Manufacturing Company built Lambert trucks in Anderson Indiana from 1906 to 1918. The WAI truck is a 1907 Model A 1-1/2 tonner, there was also a 3/4 ton delivery car built. Thanks to Bill White for the photo and Dan Souday for the ad from Steakmasters.





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Friction Drive?

How does that work then?  Here in the UK that's what we call those toys that you just pull back and then let go - doubt that would work with a truck.

Gordon

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Gorden,

friction drive consisted of a flat steel disc coupled directly to the engine. This primary disc subsequently drove a smaller leather covered wheel oriented normal to its surface. Assuming a constant rotational velocity on the primary wheel, the angular velocity on the disc's surface will increase proportionally to the distance from the center of rotation. Therefore, positioning the smaller wheel at different points along the larger wheel's surface varies the gear ratio. Furthermore, since there are no limitations beyond the minimum and maximum positions, the gear ratios are infinitely adjustable.

Bill



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