Author Topic: Full width cast iron rear hub, 58/59  (Read 781 times)

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Full width cast iron rear hub, 58/59
« on: 23.03. 2011 09:36 »
Hi
Can anyone help me with either providing me with or pointing me in the right direction to get a sectional diagram of an assembled full width cast iron rear hub from 58/59?  I've tried searches and all I can find are exploded drawings.

Thanks
Frank

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Re: Full width cast iron rear hub, 58/59
« Reply #1 on: 23.03. 2011 11:07 »
Does this help

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1957 Plunger, one of the very rare collector's items ;-)
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Re: Full width cast iron rear hub, 58/59
« Reply #2 on: 23.03. 2011 11:10 »
Sorry posted 2 of the same
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Re: Full width cast iron rear hub, 58/59
« Reply #3 on: 23.03. 2011 16:25 »
Hi Frank,

Is this what you need?



This is from a Haycraft book of BSA singles but the 1958-on B31 and B33 rear wheel is the same as the A7 and A10 full width cast iron hub.  Note the typo in the description.  Just shows that these errors are not a new thing .... and proof reading wasn't done in the 1960's either.

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Re: Full width cast iron rear hub, 58/59
« Reply #4 on: 23.03. 2011 22:15 »
Thanks gents, they're exactly what I was looking for.

Frank