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Old 05-16-2014, 05:16 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Uruguay again? Isn't that like the Colorado of South America, with a President who drives an Old Beetle?

Commer TS3 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was unusual in being an opposed piston engine where each horizontal cylinder contains two pistons, one at each end, that move in opposition to each other.[5] Even more unusually, both sets of pistons drove only a single crankshaft; most opposed piston engines have a separate crankshaft at each end of the cylinder. The TS3 engine used a single crankshaft beneath the cylinders, each piston driving it through a connecting rod, a rocker lever and a second connecting rod. The crankshaft had six crankpins and there were six rockers.
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