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Title: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: muskrat on 16.03. 2015 19:08
I quite often look here http://stainlessbits.com/link12.html
Use your parts book to get the number and look up there.
Cheers
Edit 4 years later: BSAOC XLS spread sheet https://tinyurl.com/y3skzrxh
                           https://www.motalia.co.uk/
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: Derby Rob on 16.03. 2015 21:30
thanks for posting the link muskrat,been looking for something like this for ages.
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: muskrat on 05.08. 2018 21:41
This list now in the forum for download as text file incase web page disappears
Cheers
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: Sluggo on 15.10. 2018 22:50
Has anyone collected or assembled a chart of proprietary hardware and markings for BSA? (or other British bikes for that matter??) 
Recently a local restorer was visiting and wanted ALL my bolts and hardware with specific markings on them, While most can be identified by part number, some anal retentive bolt polishers covet and  collect those with certain markings on them.
For example certain year Triumphs used a hash mark on the brake drum sprocket bolts and the center hubs that have the bolts that secure the drum/sprocket to the hub.  some used a cast assy for the sprocket and drum but later had a removable sprocket and early versions of these were difficult because the close primity prevented the bolt from turning (Many replace these with socket head/allen)

BSA had some markings as well,, Ill attch a few pictures I just slurped off a Goldstar Freddie offereing on Satans Swap meet..

Would be a really  useful resource for some...
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: Dipstick on 05.11. 2018 21:58
Thanks for the list which indeed is very useful  *smile*

However, unfortunately the bolt I am looking for is missing.

Does anyone  know the thread size of  securing bolt P/N 66-2010 ?   The bolt which is securing the swinging arm spindle shaft with the frame.
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: muskrat on 06.11. 2018 08:29
G'day Dipstick.
Good old Dr Google saved me taking mine out to measure. 5/16" x 26 tpi x 1/2" long.
https://www.baxtercycle.com/product/66-2010/
Cheers
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: muskrat on 06.11. 2018 08:31
Hay Sluggo.
Would you trust a bolt made by Rubery *????*
Cheers
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: harvey mushman on 06.11. 2018 17:27
Hay Sluggo.
Would you trust a bolt made by Rubery *????*
Cheers

who would have thought they made the famous Rostyle wheels!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubery_Owen

 ;)
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: RayC10 on 06.11. 2018 17:32
Didn't know that. Good old company though.....pronounced ROOBERY Owen :)
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: Dipstick on 06.11. 2018 21:31
G'day Dipstick.
Good old Dr Google saved me taking mine out to measure. 5/16" x 26 tpi x 1/2" long.
https://www.baxtercycle.com/product/66-2010/
Cheers

Thanks Muskrat  *wave*
Title: Re: Nut & Bolt part # chart
Post by: Joolstacho on 06.11. 2018 22:57
Rubery Owen?... tug yer forelock... we're talking Velocette holy grail here!