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eccentric mechanism?

Article about: found this today further away from the place I find various aircraft pieces, Ive never heard of eccentric mechanisms til now, but im itching to know what this particular piece I found was us

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    found this today further away from the place I find various aircraft pieces, Ive never heard of eccentric mechanisms til now, but im itching to know what this particular piece I found was used in? is it even military? possibly from a ship? wiki says it was used on steam trains(?) hope someone in here knows stuff about eccentric items
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    Almost looks like part of a clothes washing machine?
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    And I think you are right!
    An industrial washing machine with a mass balance weight to aid momentum.

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    That'll be the one, an old top loader.

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    bollocks.

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    Quote by brataccas View Post
    bollocks.
    NO NO NO, that`s something entirely different.....Pete.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Quote by brataccas View Post
    bollocks.
    No, it's part of a washing machine!......
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Brataccas,that's the best laugh I've had in a long time.thanks

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    A vote for a washing machine mechanism as well. Looks like some of the simple top loaders used to this day in the US.
    Simple and a breeze to use - not like one of those fancy multi-programmable ones from Europe, that takes a full two hours for a gentle lukewarm cycle (yes, I'm told to do laundry on occasion).

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