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Technical => A7 & A10 Engine => Topic started by: Peter Gee on 19.09. 2018 21:34

Title: A7SS/A10 Primary Crankcase Spacer. 42-7518 .Gaskets or not?
Post by: Peter Gee on 19.09. 2018 21:34
Do not appear to be any listed, but could be a huge source of leaks.

My approach would be, a great place ( one of the few) for a good silicone gasket compound on both sides of the spacer 42-7518, with the primary case joint face greased beofre offering up, progressive tightening over 12 hours to form a film..and removable primary afterwards, if ever needed????

Title: Re: A7SS/A10 Primary Crankcase Spacer. 42-7518 .Gaskets or not?
Post by: chaterlea25 on 20.09. 2018 05:07
Hi Peter,
Search for my topic on setting up the primary chain / case alignment
I'm on a mobile while in USA so do not have the link to hand
John
Title: Re: A7SS/A10 Primary Crankcase Spacer. 42-7518 .Gaskets or not?
Post by: a on 20.09. 2018 05:22
Do you mean these gaskets?
https://mikesclassiccyclespares.com/product/42-7509/
BSA A7 A10 ROCKET GOLD STAR 1950-62 CRANKCASE TO INNER CHAINCASE GASKET 42-7509
Thanks, Brett.
Title: Re: A7SS/A10 Primary Crankcase Spacer. 42-7518 .Gaskets or not?
Post by: bsa-bill on 20.09. 2018 09:25
part No 42-7509

here and elsewhere [url][https://www.draganfly.co.uk/index.php/accessories-a-misc/product/9029-/url]