Author Topic: Instruction (owners) Manuals: A7 47-50, A7-A10 Swingarm & Plunger  (Read 7044 times)

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Swingarm
Manual from 1959.

Plunger (includes early swingarm).
Manual from 1954.

A7 1947-1950
Manual. Thanks to Terryk & Muskrat.

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Re: Swingarm & Plunger Instruction (owners) Manuals
« Reply #1 on: 09.10. 2009 09:03 »
Thank you,excellent.
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Thanks, I have a copy that was missing the middle 8 pages!

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Swingarm
Manual from 1959.

Plunger (includes early swingarm).
Manual from 1954.

A7 1947-1950
Workshop Manual. Thanks to Terryk & Muskrat.

Not sure if I'm looking at the right file here but it appears  that the 1947 to 1950 document is the owners manual rather than the service sheets. I am looking for information about rebuilding the bottom end. I do have the service sheets and parts book somewhere but can't find them.

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Fixed the pdf title.

That seems to be for the shortstroke engine.

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fido That is the best you'll get. The service sheet does indeed deal with the later engine, but there are references in there specific to the early Longstroke motor.  The main difference for practical purposes concerns the cam followers, cylinder head design and valve gear. Everything else is the same.

 Thanks expressed to musky for posting the quick link.

Cheers.

Swarfy.