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Offline rckt3

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newbie intro
« on: 29.09. 2020 13:38 »
Hello all, newbie from ontario canada, retired since 2015 still working on rebuilding a 69 bsa lightening.
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1969 BSA lightening

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Re: newbie intro
« Reply #1 on: 29.09. 2020 14:30 »
Welcome - though it may be that you are in the wrong place?
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Re: newbie intro
« Reply #2 on: 29.09. 2020 14:38 »
you might get more help from Bsa Owners of north america and ontario BSA owners groups on fb


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Re: newbie intro
« Reply #3 on: 29.09. 2020 16:37 »
Welcome, not the place for the later A's, but of course welcome to post in the "Other BSA's" board, some here have experience with those models and may be of help.

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Re: newbie intro
« Reply #4 on: 29.09. 2020 16:58 »
Welcome  *welcome*

A good resource for unit construction BSA owners is:
www.britbikeforum.com



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Re: newbie intro
« Reply #5 on: 30.09. 2020 22:03 »
G'day rckt3  *welcome*
As a10gf said your more than welcome here.
I've had two A65's. A 71 Lightning in the early 80's and a 64 Thunderbolt ten years ago.
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