amazon has some grade 2 babbitt that is 89%tin 7.5% antimony and 3.5% copper at 120.00 for 7 pounds
is this good babbitt for a model t engine? philip
That's what we use.
If you have paper mills in your area you might check with the mill supply companies that service them. The chipper knifes at the mill are most likely held in place with nickel Babbitt. The supply companies around here stock the Babbitt and can furnish a material safety data sheet that shows the exact make up of the Babbitt.
Why not buy the real deal. This is where I get my Babbitt