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Re: new site for BSA parts lists, manuals and info
« Reply #15 on: 21.01. 2020 00:28 »
Awesome job. Will come in very handy.. *smile*. Just wondering though if there's anywhere I can go to enter in a part number, and it tells me what I've got? As mentioned in my intro, have started playing with a 53 SF. Trouble is, theres very little info I can find regarding some of the finer points for original parts. So far I've found out I have a std A10 head and an old crusty camshaft that is also std A10. Have since bought a nice shiney new 67-356 SF cam, but finding the right head is a bit more tricky. Cheers
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Re: new site for BSA parts lists, manuals and info
« Reply #16 on: 21.01. 2020 00:42 »
use the search feature on the draganfly site for parts numbers-> item description. they've done a great job of compiling this stuff
https://www.draganfly.co.uk
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Re: new site for BSA parts lists, manuals and info
« Reply #17 on: 21.01. 2020 00:46 »
You will find this site very useful
http://bsa-info.nz/

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Re: new site for BSA parts lists, manuals and info
« Reply #18 on: 30.06. 2020 22:15 »
WOW! excellent piece of work and extremely useful. Must have taken a lot of time and effort, thank you.  *beer*

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Re: new site for BSA parts lists, manuals and info
« Reply #19 on: 01.07. 2020 01:47 »
That is a great reference. I've already gotten some useful info from it. I dare say, the seven A10 owners in New Zealand fell the same way. ;)

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