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Title: BSA Service Sheets
Post by: Swarfcut on 22.07. 2020 12:47
 I have a genuine bound copy of the early service sheets, originally from Jack Bottomleys, Manchester, marked at 10/3, the modern price equivalent is some 52p. This is now in a poor state, so I have spent heavily* on this, which covers all models from start to finish.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BSA-A10-A7-RIGID-PLUNGER-SWINGING-ARM-FACTORY-WORKSHOP-MANUAL-for-1946-to-1962/171305092063?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

  While all the service sheets are available on the forum, sometimes its nice to have something handy as a reference, this publication is very comprehensive, with lots of workshop data and cutaway drawings as well as the usual workshop dismantling and assembly procedures.

 If you have just got a bike, this is well worth having and will help solve a lot of the problems you will meet.

 Cheapskate Swarfy*
Title: Re: BSA Service Sheets
Post by: muskrat on 23.07. 2020 21:55
G'day Swarfy.
Thanks mate, got the last one.
Cheers
Title: Re: BSA Service Sheets
Post by: Swarfcut on 24.07. 2020 09:36
   G'day Musky.....Looks like your winning streak continues. Good news from your shed by the sounds of it. Good to know you are almost back to normal .

 Cheers.

 Swarfy.
Title: Re: BSA Service Sheets
Post by: muskrat on 24.07. 2020 11:07
And my bible arrived today. Tuning for Speed. Now I just need to replace all the parts lists 47 to 63 A7/10 and 63 to 72 A50/65.
Cheers
Title: Re: BSA Service Sheets
Post by: Swarfcut on 24.07. 2020 11:29
 Same fella publishes some of those parts lists as well.  I bought the early model parts catalogues to dirty up rather than prized and well worn fragile originals.  While Drags are good if you're online, a bit of paper to look at is sometimes more convenient.  They are scanned and printed good quality copies of the original catalogues.

 Cheers

 Swarfy.