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Power Mechanics Syllabus



At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
(a)     develop an insight into and understanding of operations, maintenance and servicing
of power producing machines and transmitting systems;
(b)     develop individual talents and use them in desirable skills in the field of power
(c)     read mechanical drawings and interpret information available in service manuals;
(d)     select correctly, use safely and care for common repair tools and equipment;
(e)     identify and solve common problems related to construction and operation of
machines and     their power transmitting components in a sequential manner.
(f)     select quality spare parts and replace defective parts;
(g)     show desirable attitudes in handling manufactured products;
(h)     build a firm foundation which will enable him / her pursue fiirther training or/and
participate in income generating activities.


Power Mechanics is one of the options of Industrial Education cluster of subjects for the
applied education subjects in secondary education curriculum.
This subject will enable the learner to study about machines which exert mechanical force,
their transmitting systems and their application in the society. This course covers
constructional details of the machines and their principles of operation, fundamentals of
transmission, service and repair procedures, related mechanical drawings, safe use and care
for tools and equipment. This course will enable the learner to acquire knowledge, skills and
attitudes in diagnosing problems and performing the basic services or repairs required on
different kinds of engines. The four-year course consists of both theory and practical work.
It should enable the leamer to pursue further training in this field or/and be employed in a
related industry.


2.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of the topic, the leamer should be able to:
(a)     define correctly Power Mechanics;
(b)     identify the opportunities for post-secondary training in the field of Power
Mechanics available in government and private institutions.
2.2.0     Content
2.2.1     Definition of power mechanics.
2.2.2     Workshop orientation:- Main workshop, stores, office and garage.

3.0.0     SAFETY

3.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of the topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     observe correctly workshop safety rules regarding: personnel, tools,
materials and equipment;
(b)     apply correctly workshop safety procedures regarding: personnel, tools,
materials and equipment.

3.2.0     Content
3.2.1     Behaviour and attire in the workshop.
3.2.2     Handling of materials and tools.
3.2.3     Workshop accidents.
3.2.4     Classes of fire.
3.2.5     Chemicals and combustible materials.
3.2.6     Ventilation in the workshop/working area.


4.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of the topic, the learner should be able to;
(a)     choose correctly grades of pencils and erasers for a particular drawing
(b)     identify various sizes of drawing papers;
(c)     print basic numbers and alphabets;
(d)     sketch horizontal, vertical, slanting lines and curves;
(e)     draw various types of drawing lines;
(f)     construct border lines and title block on various sizes of drawing papers;
(g)     read and interpret various types of pictorial drawings;
(h)     sketch various types of pictorial drawings;
(i)     differentiate between 1st angle orthographic projections and pictorial drawings;
(j)     draw 1st and 3rd angle orthographic projections from given objects or pictorial drawings and conversely;
(k)     interpret and use common drawing scales;
(1)     draw isometric and oblique circles and curves;
(m)     dimension drawings correctly;
(n)     draw selected sectional drawings;
(o)     read and use correctly machine symbols in drawings;
(p)     draw correctly assembly drawings;
(q)     draw screw-threads.

4.2.0     Content
4.2.1     Pencil grades and erasers.
4.2.2     Sizes of drawing papers.
4.2.3     Printing and lettering.
4.2,4     Sketching techniques.
4.2.5     Types of lines.
4.2.6     Paper layout.
4.2.7     Pictorial drawings.
4.2.8     Comparison between pictorial and orthographic projections.
4.2.9     Elevations for 1st and 3rd angle projections;
- Elevations layout.
- Methods of projections.
4.2.10 Scales:-representative fractions, plain scale, and diagonal scale.
4.2.11     Construction of isometric and oblique circles and curves.
4.2.12 Dimensioning of drawings.
4.2.13     Sectioning:- cutting, rules, methods.
4.2.14 Machine symbols:- fits and tolerances; surface finishes.
4.2.15 Assembly drawings:- assembling of exploded parts and exploding
the assembled parts.
4.2.16 Basic form of ISO-screw thread.

5.0,0     HAND TOOLS

5.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify basic hand tools;
(b)     select proper hand tools for a given operations;
(c)     use correctly and safely the proper hand tools for a selected operation.

5.2.0     Content
5.2.1     Layout tools.
5.2.2     Measuring tools.
5.2.3     Forming tools.
5.2.4     Fastening tools.
5.2.5     Cutting tools.
5.2.6     Holding tools.
5.2.7     Special tools.

6.0.0     MATERIALS

6.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types of materials;
(b)     select correct materials for a given purpose or operation;
(c)     prepare a bill of materials for a given project;
(d)     differentiate between ferrous and non-ferrous metals;
(e)     use correct materials for selected operations;
(f)     make a selected project using ferrous or non-ferrous metals.

6.2.0     Content
6.2.1     Ferrous materials.
6.2.2     Non-ferrous materials.
6,2.3     Preparation of bill of materials.
6.2.4     Alloys.
6.2.5     Volatile materials.
6.2.6     Non-Volatile materials.
62.1     Synthetic materials.
6.2.8     Selected project.


7.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types of threaded fasteners and locking devices;
(b)     select correctly threaded fasteners and related locking devices for a given job;
(c)     use correct fasteners and locking devices.

7.2.0     Content
Types, sizes, materials and applications of bolts and studs, nuts, screws,
washers, keys, splines, circlips and pins.

8.0.0     RIVETING

8.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types of rivets;
(b)     list correctly various types of materials used for making rivets;
(c)     select correct types and sizes of rivets for a given operation;
(d)     use correct methods of riveting;
(e)     use correctly and safely the right tools for riveting.

8.2.0     Content
8.2.1     Types of rivets.
8.2.2     Materials used in making rivets.
8.2.3     Application of rivets.
8.2.4     Methods of riveting.
8.2.5     Tools for riveting.
8.2.6     Selected project.

9.0.0     SOLDERING

9.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the leamer should be able to:
(a)     identify types of solders and fluxes;
(b)     select correct types of solder and fluxes for soldering given materials;
(c)     select correct soldering bits for given operations;
(d)     use correctly and safely the right soldering flux and bit for a selected
soldering activity.

9.2.0     Content
9.2.1     Types of solders and fluxes.
9.2.2     Composition of soldering materials.
9.2.3     Types of soldering bits.
9.2.4     Methods of soldering.
9.2.5 Soldering precautions.


10.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to;
(a)     set up oxy-acetylene equipment for use;
(b)     light and adjust gas pressure to the correct type of flame for any given operation;
(c)     differentiate between the three types of flames;
(d)     perform correctly various types of welding procedures;
(e)     identify correct types of welding rods for different welding activities;
(f)     braze correctly using different types of brazing rods and fluxes;
(g)     follow safety rules and correct procedvires regarding equipment setting
lighting, welding, brazing and putting off the flame.
10.2.0 Content
10.2.1     Setting up of oxy-acetylene equipment.
10.2.2 Types of oxy-acetylene flames.
10.2.3 Types of rods and fluxes.
10.2.4 Methods of oxy-acetylene welding.
10.2.5 Methods of brazing.
10.2.6 Safety precautions.


11.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     differentiate between external and internal combustion engines;
(b)     describe principles of operation of external combustion engines;
(c)     describe principles of operation of internal combustion engines;
(d)     identify various kinds of internal combustion engines;
(e)     state how other energy converters work;
(f)     define correctly basic engine terminologies;
(g)     solve correctly mathematical problems related to given engine terms.

11.2.0 Content
11.2.1     External combustion engines (steam engine).
11.2.2     Internal combustion engines:- four-stroke cycle (petrol/diesel),
two-stroke cycle (petrol/diesel), rotary (wankel), gas turbine and jet
11.2.3     Energy converters:- wind mill, motor, solar cell, nuclear reactor (mention only).

11.2.4     Engine terminologies:- top dead centre (TDC) and bottom dead centre
(BDC), bore and stroke, bore     and throw, displacement and clearance volumes,
compression ratios,     volumetric efficiency, engine capacity, revolutions per minute
(RPM) and torque.


12.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various external major parts of single cylinder petrol engine;
(b)     perform routine checks before running a single cylinder engine;
(c)     run the engine;
(d)     disassemble the engine following the specified sequence;
(e)     identify various internal parts and their physical features;
(f)     take measurements on engine parts where applicable and compare the
readings with manufacturer’s specifications;
(g)     perform specified adjustments and replacements of given engine components;
(h)     use correctly and carefully specialised tools and equipment;
(i)     clean and oil engine components where necessary;
(j)     reassemble the engine correctly, following the specified procedure.

12.2.0     Content
12.2.1     Examination of major extemal components.
12.2.2     Routine check for running.
12.2.3     Disassembly of the engine.
12.2.4     Examination of major intema! parts.
12.2.5     Measurement of engine parts:- bore, stroke, crank journal, camshaft
journal and lobes, bearing clearances, piston ring clearance and gaps,
piston ovality and taper.
12.2.6     Adjustment tind replacement of governor mechanism, contact breaker point-gap
and spark plug gap.
12.2.7     Routine checks and adjustments for starting.
12.2.8     Reassembly of the engine using specialised tools.
12.2.9     Starting the engine.


13.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types and designs of bearings;
(b)     describe various characteristics of bearing materials;
(c)     select suitable bearings for correct application;
(d)     install bearings correctly;
(e)     follow safety rules and correct procedure when removing and installing bearings.


13.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types and designs of bearings;
(b)     describe various characteristics of bearing materials;
(c)     select suitable bearings for correct application;
(d)     install bearings correctly;
(e)     follow safety rules and correct procedure when removing and installing

13.2.0 Content
13.2.1 Types and designs of bearings:- Crankshaft bearings, Camshaft bearings and
Piston pin bearings.
13.2.2 Characteristics of bearing materials.
13.2.3 Safe removal and installation of bearings.


14.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types and grades of lubricants;
(b)     select correct types of lubricants for a given application;
(c)     determine the period for changing lubricants for specified models;
(d)     change lubricants correctly.

14.2.0 Content
14.2.1     Types and grades.
14.2.2 Application of various types and grades,
14.2.3     Correct method of changing lubricants.


15.2.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types and designs of gaskets and seals;
(b)     select suitable gaskets and seals for a given application;
(c)     follow correct safety rules and procedures when removing and installing gaskets and seals.
15.2.0 Content
15.2.1     Types and designs of gaskets and seals.
15.2.2 Characteristics of gasket and seal materials.
15.2,3     Removal and installation of gaskets and seals.


16.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various engine block construction and design;
(b)     disassemble an engine correctly follov?ng the specified sequence;
(c)     identify various internal parts of a multi-cylinder engine;
(d)     identify materials fi-om which the internal parts are made;
(e)     describe correctly the fimctions of each engine intemal part;
(f)     perform correctly engine precision measurements and compare with manufacturer’s specifications;
(g)     use correctly and safely specialised tools and equipment where applicable;
(h)     clean and oil intemal engine components before reassembling the engine
following the specified procedure.

16.2.0 Content

16.2.1     Examination of engine blocks.
16.2.2 Disassembly of a multi-cylinder engine.
16.2.3 Examination of intemal parts and identification of materials.
16.2.4 Functions of engine intemal parts.
16.2.5 Precision measurements.
16.2.6 Reassembly of the engine:- Cleaning and oiling of parts, Correct procedure
and Correct use of specialised tools and equipment.


17.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     name all the engine systems;
(b)     identify all the parts of each system;
(c)     describe correctly principles of operation of each system part;
(d)     perform the necessary service on each system;
(e)     observe the relevant safety precautions.

17.2.0 Content
17.2.1 Fuel system:- flmction and operation of the fuel system, types, engine fuels (types
and characteristics of fuels), components (petrol engine system and diesel engine
system), servicing and adjustments, safety precautions.
17.2.2 Lubrication system:- function, engine oils (types, properties, functions and
selection and changing), methods of lubrication and components of pressurised
lubrication system( oil pximps, oil filters and servicing).
17.2.3 Cooling system:- fimctions and operations, types, identification and
functions of components, circulation of coolant, servicing, safety
17.2.4 Ignition system:-function and operation, types (battery and magnets),
identification and functions of components, timing, servicing and adjustments, safety precautions (battery electrolytes, short circuits, electric
shocks and polarities).
17.2.5     Exhaust system:- function and operation, components and their functions
(manifolds, silencers, pipes, servicing.
17.2.6     Starting system:- function and operations, types (manual and starter
motor),starter motor components and functions (starter drives, solenoid,
field and armature, brushes), servicing and precautions (circuit tracing
and testing).
17.2.7 Charging system:- functions and operations of components, components
(batteries, alternators, and generators), circuit tracing, servicing and
17.2.8 Valve train:- fimction, components, valve tuning, servicing adjustments.


18.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     perform routine checks on a single-cylinder and multi-cylinder engme before
(b)     detect any faults that would prevent the engine from starting or running
(c)     correct the faults where applicable.

18.2.0 Content
18.2.1     Visual inspection of:- loose and damaged parts, leaks, cooling fms
condition, air cleaner condition, fuel and oil levels, exhaust system
condition, water levels.
18.2.2 Engine checks:- fuel filter conditions, starting system, compression
pressure, ignition system, fuel system, lubrication system, cooling
system, charging system, valve train and exhaust system.


18.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify basic parts of power transmission units in each system;
(b)     describe correctly the operation of each unit of power transmission in each system;
(c)     state the applications of each unit in each "system;
(d)     service correctly and safely the units in each system;
(e)     dismantle and reassemble each unit correctly.

18.2.0 Content
18.2.1     Mechanical transmission:- clutch assembly, gear box, propeller shaft and joints,
final drive and differential unit, axles and hubs and power flow and efficiency of
the system.

18.2.2 Fluid transmission: - Hydraulic systems (jacks, couplings and brakes),
pneumatic system (brakes, tyre pressure, compression pressure, air
18.2.3     Electrical transmission:- conductor materials and sizes, conductor insulation,
controlling devices (switches and fuses), motors (conversion of electrical to
mechanical energy), power flow and efficiency of the system.
18.2.4 Comparison of efficiency in mechanical transmission system, fluid
transmission system     and electrical transmission system.


19.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to;
(a)     identify different types of brake systems;
(b)     differentiate between drum and disc brakes;
(c)     describe correctly the operation of each brake system;
(d)     correctly dismantle and assemble brake units;
(e)     carry out correct checks on tubes, hoses, lining and fluid level;
(f)     adjust and bleed brake systems effectively and safely.

19.2.0 Content
19.2.1     Function of brake systems.
19.2.2 Types of brake systems.
19.2.3     Construction details of drum brake, disc brake, hand brake.
19.2.4 Operations of mechanical brake system, hydraulic brake system, and
pneumatic brake system.
19.2.5 Physical checks of hoses/tubes, leaks, lining wear, and fluid level.
19.2.6 Adjustment of brake system.
19.2.7 Bleeding of brake system.


20.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types of gears used in a steering system;
(b)     describe correctly the steering angles and their fimctions;
(c)     carry out effective physical checks on ball joints, king pins, steering gearbox,
lubricant level and steering linkages;
(d)     perform correct adjustments for toe-in and toe-out.

20.2.0 Content

20.2.1 Types of steering gears:- rack and pinion, worm and sector, re- circulating ball
20.2.2     Steering geometry:- camber angle, caster angle, toe-in and toe-out, toe-out     and
turns, king pin inclination, Ackerman’s principle.20.2.3 Physical checks and adjustments:- linkages, lubricant level, ball joints, king     pin,
toe-in and toe-out, steering gearbox where applicable,

21.0.0     WHEELS

21.1.0     Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to;
(a)     identify different types of tyres and rims;
(b)     state correctly the functions of rims and tyres;
(c)     read and interpret correctly all the information indicated on tyre side wal
(d)     differentiate between cross-ply and radial tyre construction;
(e)     identify different tyre wears and rim denting;
(f)     repair effectively puncture on tyre tubes where appHcable;
(g)     change correctly and safely wheels on a vehicle.

21.2.0 Content
21.2.1     Types of rims and tyres.
21,2.2 Functions of rims and tyres,
21.2.3     Construction details of rims and tyres.
21.2.4 Physical checks for (wear on tyres and dents on rims).
21.2.5 Repairing punctures on tubes.
21.2.6 Changing wheels.


22.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types of suspension springs and shock absorbers;
(b)     state correctly the functions of the suspension system and its units;
(c)     differentiate between shock absorbers and springs;
(d)     differentiate between independent suspensions and rigid beam suspensio
(e)     identify deformed springs and stabiliser bars;
(f)     identify leaking and inoperative shock absorbers,

22.2.0 Content
22.2.1     Types of springs and shock absorbers (beams, springs and shock absorbers).
22.2.2     Functions of suspension system.
22.2.3     Springs and damper construction.
22.2.4 T3rpes of suspensions.

22,2,5     Physical checks on springs and attachment condition and shock
absorbers condition,


23.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     identify various types of chassis frames and body construction;
(b)     state correctly the different functions of frames and bodies;
(c)     carry out effectively physical checks for cracks, bends and dents.

23.2.0     Content
Chassis frames and body construction:- types of frames and bodies,
functions of chassis frame, chassis materials, physical checks (cracks,
bends, dents).


23.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to;
(a)     state the main automotive electrical circuits;
(b)     describe correctly the principles of operations of each circuit;
(c)     check continuity of switches, fiises and bulbs;
(d)     observe safety precautions while servicing electrical circuits.

23.2.0 Content
23.2.1 Main automotive electrical circuits:- lighting, flasher, horn, wiper,
23.2.2 Principles of operation.
23.2.3 Circuit testing and servicing.


24.L0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
(a)     define physical concepts and terminologies;
(b)     state physical laws;
(c)     perform calculations from given data.

24.2.0 Content
24.2.1     Physical concepts and terminology:- work, energy, inertia, friction, motion,
pressure, efficiency and power rating.
24.2.2 Physical Laws:- Pascals’s Law, Bernoulli’s principle. Gas Laws, Laws of
24.2.3 Calculations from given data.


25.1.0 Specific Objectives
At the end of this topic, the learner should be able to;
(a)     list and state careers related to power mechanics field;
(b)     acquaint himsel Clierself with training required for power mechanics careers including entry qualifications;
(c)     acquaint him selflierself with opportunities for ftirther training.

25.2.0 Content
25.2.1     Careers in power mechanics field:- auto-mechanic, technical teaching,
salesmanship, manager (sales     section, parts section, service section,
insurance adjuster and claims examiner,
25.2.2 Training requirements in various careers including entry qualifications.

25.2.3 Training opportunities:- private sector, teacher training colleges, national
polytechnics, universities, youth polytechnics, technical training institutes, institutes
of technology.



Specification     Number
Workshop with offices, tool store,
garage/shed.     1
Workbenches, side benches.     6
Wood-cabinet with 5 lockers and     
10 drawers.     1
- 100x6x4.3     10
-150 X 8 X 7     
- standard     10
- 175x9x9     5
- Tester     5
- Set phillips     10
- Stubby, 50 X 6 X 6     2
- Stubby, Phillips No. 2     2
- Jewellers set     1
- Holding     1
- Long needle nose 175     2
- Combination 150     10
- Diagonal cuttings 150     2
- Vice grip 175     1
- Vice grip 250     1
Snap ringplier (1 set of 4)     1
Bolt cutter     1
Brake spring pliers     1
Hammers-ball pein 300g     5
- plastic fact 300g     5
- copper face 500g     2
- chipping     1
- black smith 1kg     1
- sledge 2.6kg     1
Mallets, rubber, rawhide     1
- adjustable 150     1
- adjustable 250     1
- pipe 300     1
- pipe, chain 20 -100     1
- hex alien set imp (set)     1

- hex alien set metric (set)
- open end set
- ring set 6-22
- socket set, AF
- torque (light and heavy duty)     1 each
- combination set 10 - 19
- wheel

12.     Files:
- 250 smooth     5
- 250 second     10
- 250 bastard     10
- round 200 bastard     5
- round 150 smooth     5
- half round 200 second     5
- square 250 second     5
- triangular 150 smooth     1
- needle set (set of 14)     1
- contact breaker points     2
- brush 200     5
13.     ScriberllO     10
14.     Divider, spring     2
15.     Square, Engineers’100     5
16.     Square, Engineers’150     2
19.     V block and clamp (pair)     1
20.     Calliper, vernier 150     11
21.     Micrometer 0-25mm     1
Micrometer 25-50mm     1
Micrometer adjustable 50-150nim
22.     Gauge, telescopic set 12.7-152.4mm     1
23.     Micrometer, depth gauge 0-75     1
Micrometer internal diameter 0-50     1
24.     Gauges;
-feeler     10
- screw cutting     1
- screw pitch     1
- drill sharpening     1
25.     Bench vices 100     12
26.     Clamps, toolmakers     2
27.     Punch, centre 100     5
Punch, marking letters 6 (set)
Punch, pin 150
Punch, drift (set)
Punch, hollow set
28.     Pop rivet gun
29.     River set and strap 5

30.     Soldering iron 75w
Soldering iron lOOw
31.     Snips, compound lev:
- straight 200
- left 200
- right 200

32.     Scraper machinists:
- flat 100     1
-half round 100     1
- triangular     1
33.     Hacksaw     5
34.     Oil stone, combination 200 x 50     1
35.     Brush, wire, 1 row     2
Brush, wire, 4 row     2
36.     Arc welding kit (optional)     1
37.     Drill, hand 0-6 set and drills     1
38.     Counter sink, 6CP     1
Counter sink, 82     1
39.     Tap and die-set 6-18     1
40.     Goggles, safety     10
41,     First Aid kit     1
42.     Fire extinguisher     2
43.     Chisel, cold flat 12 x 150     1
Chisel, cold flat 25 x 170     I
Chisel, cold round nose 10 x 180     1
Chisel, cold diamond point 170     1
44.     Cabinet small parts     1
45.     Grease gun     1
46.     Oil can pump     2
47.     Crow bar, IM     1
48.     Stud remover     1
49.     Padlocks     10
50.     Extractor, set screw     1
51. "Zeus" precision charts and others     1
52.     Blow torch, paraffin     1
53.     Drill, portable hand drill, machine
(pedestal)     1
Drill, portable electrical     I
54.     Bench grinder and wheels     1
55.     Bench shears 3     1
56.     Compression tester     1
57,     Valve seat reamer set     1
Valve seat grinder, hand     1
Valve seat lift spring     1
58.     Rubber suction cup 25     1
59.     Axle stands     4

60.     Jack, floor     1
61.     Slings, engine lifting     1
62.     Air compressor, portable     1
Air compressor, hose and air-tyre
inflation nozzle     1
Air compressor, blow gun     1
Air compressor, air chuck     1
63.     Quick coupling     1
64.     Engine demonstration models:     1
Petrol engine demonstration 2 stroke     1
Petrol engine demonstration 4 stroke     1
Diesel engine demonstration 4 stroke     1
Rotary engine demonstration 4 stroke     1
65.     Garage creepers     1
66.     Engine 2 stroke 3 Hp. petrol     1
Engine work shop manual     1
67.     Stethoscope     1
68.     Battery carrier     1
Battery service kit     1
69.     Valve spring compressor C-type     1
Valve spring compressor adjustable     1
Valve spring lapper     1
70.     Piston ring compressor small-medium     1
71.     Gauge, tyre pressure     1
72.     Magnetic pick-up tool     1
73.     Tachometer, mechanical     1
74.     Timing light     1
75.     Universal engine stand     1
76.     Engine 2 HP 1 cylinder, 4 stroke (petrol)     11
Engine 2 HP 1 tools kits     10
Engine 2 HP 1 workshop manual     10
77.     Hones, small engine cylinder     1
78.     Piston ring groove cleaner     1
Piston pin remover     1
79.     Spark plug socket 21     1
Spark plug socket 28     1
80.     Surface plate     1
Angle plate     1 Surface gauge     1
Steel tape 2m     5
81.     Gas welding equipment and kit     3
82.     Welding goggles     5
83.     Machine Vice     1
84.     Spray gun     1
85.     Tool racks     10
86.     Anvil     1

87.     Lister diesel engine 1 cylinder 4 stroke     1
88.     Battery charger     1
89.     Paraffin bath     1
90.     Multi-cylinder engine (running)     1
     Mnlti-cylinder engine (not running)     5
91.     Odd leg caliper     2
92.     Multi-meters     I
93.     Shop coats     20
94.     Drawing instruments     20
95.     Forming tools


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