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Technical => A7 & A10 Engine => Topic started by: Mick Parry on 05.06. 2010 22:27

Title: Manual for an A10
Post by: Mick Parry on 05.06. 2010 22:27
Chaps

I have sold my B31 and have just purchased a 1960 A10. It is in brilliant condition and I want to keep it that way.

I am looking for a recommendation on a good maintenance manual and I have a Haynes manual but it is not that good.

Can anyone please recommend a good manual to keep the bike on the road.

Regards

Mick
Title: Re: Manual for an A10
Post by: groily on 05.06. 2010 23:54
'A' manuals other than Haynes are available on here somewhere as downloads, if only I could remember how to find them! Think I provided the copy for one myself. Someone will help I know.
But I'm in pain at the thought of the World's Greatest Ever Cooking Single having to be sold to do this . . . If I live to be very old - unlikely - one thing's for sure . . . my B will still be there. There is just nothing quite like a B, whatever some of my AMC-single-loving mates say.
Title: Re: Manual for an A10
Post by: BSA_54A10 on 07.06. 2010 10:54
There are a plethoria of CD & DVD sets of original BSA parts books & service sheets.
Any one of them will have just about every thing that you will need now & well into the future and it will cost not much more than a paper copy.
Title: Re: Manual for an A10
Post by: chaterlea25 on 07.06. 2010 23:09
Hi Mick and All,
I was just pointed towards this site by the chaps on the BSA C10/11/12 forum
http://www.bsa-oc.com/modellen/service_sheets.html
Hope this helps
John O R
Title: Re: Manual for an A10
Post by: a10gf on 08.06. 2010 00:07
Take a look at the stickies here http://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php/board,17.0.html
Title: Re: Manual for an A10
Post by: Mick Parry on 08.06. 2010 13:18
Chaps

Many thanks for the advice, I now have more than enough information.

Regards

Mick