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I don't know the answer to your question but I do know that the 6 spring clutch used on the plunger bikes is superior to the swing-arm 6 spring clutch.

Yes, apparently if set up well the plunger 6 spring clutch is very good indeed... I have yet to experience this. Mine after adjusting the drag and slip out of it and stopped the cover allowing all the primary drive oil in to soak the plates, still requires Popeye to operate it.
Jase
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I don't know the answer to your question but I do know that the 6 spring clutch used on the plunger bikes is superior to the swing-arm 6 spring clutch.
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A few miles away from me there is an amazing ex-windmill. I cannot park close to it but I'll try to a picture of my bike with the mill In the background. Here is someone else's photo of it. It's called Chesterton Mill.
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Lucas, Electrical, Ignition / Re: lucas 6H horn wire size?
« Last post by trevinoz on 13.06. 2021 23:06 »
Hi Mike, should have tossed it in the bin, they are rubbish.
The one that I repaired was a windtone from a '69 Triumph and the owner was desperate to have it repaired as they are unobtainable. Cost didn't even come into the equation.
I don't know that the A65 ever had a Clearhooter, they had the Lucas 8H as per the A10, Triumph etc.
My T65 has a Clearhooter but the parts book reckons it should be a 6H. Who knows?
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Uuuh. Just remembered, pictures not possible because I had forgotten my phone. Also, I got lost on the way there. I may be the first person in 5 or 10 years to ask directions at a gas station. Station employee let me find it on the map on his phone.

So, very "Distinguished."

Richard L.
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Finally able to designate a ride as this year's "Ride Solo" DGR. Rode out to the annual Chicago Norton Owner's Club Picnic. Illinois is fully open and I'm fully vaccinated, so, limitied worries, for me, at least. Granted, the ceremonial completion of the ride is all in my head. I guess I should have taken pictures of the CNOC bikes to add flavor to it. Sorry.

 I belong to CNOC with a few other BSA-only owners, because there is no CBSAOC.

Richard L.
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Very nice. *yeah* Envious of you skill and lathe.

Richard L.
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G'day KiwiGF.
Nice pic mate. Hope those skid marks weren't from trying to avoid that old Pommy bike on the side of the road  *lol*
Cheers

Well spotted but the skid marks were no doubt made by one of those hoons in a hotted up ute that you get in rural towns  *razz* ....I think you get them in aussie too.
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Lost the SA's clutch adjustment cap. With nothing else to do this afternoon I turned a new one from a piece of alloy.
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New trend. Pictures with your local mill in the background. Don't look at me, it was ChrisA10 who started it
https://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?topic=7964.msg139480#msg139480
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