Author Topic: Plunger again, take the engine out  (Read 950 times)

Online Greybeard

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Re: Plunger again, take the engine out
« Reply #15 on: 06.04. 2016 18:17 »
Engine out  *grins* thanks to you lot, could have done it without your help.
Oh, ok, we won't bother next time!  *razz*

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Re: Plunger again, take the engine out
« Reply #16 on: 06.04. 2016 18:35 »
Oops , just realised what I wrote, that will teach me to read before posting. Anyway you all know what I meant, thanks again,cheers

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Re: Plunger again, take the engine out
« Reply #17 on: 06.04. 2016 22:48 »
A little bit late but for the next time you perhaps can look here: http://www.bsawiki.com/chaps/13-chapter05
Lot off stuff from old service Sheets.
Greetings Rudolf
1923 James Model 12 500ccm v-twin
1926 Douglas EW 350ccm flat-twin
1936 Motosacoche 500ccm single
1948 BSA A7 Longstroke 500ccm parallel-twin
1955 Ariel Square Four MKII
1960 C1, 1967 C2, 1979 C3-gone!