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Offline malcolm

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Basic spanner sizes required
« on: 27.03. 2012 18:51 »
 ????HI CAN YOU HELP ME WITH MY 1959 A10 GOLDFLASH I WILL DO A DECOKE TO START WITH CAN YOU INFORM ME THE SPANNER SIZES PLEASE WHEN I DID THE C11G 19   32 WAS BEST FIT .ALSO CAN THE CYLENDER LINERS BE BOUGHT TO BRING IT BACK TO 70MM.HAD A GOOD DAY OUT AT CRAVEN ARMS BIKE SHOW ON SUNDAY SAW PRIMARY CHAIN COVER WITHOUT CLUTCH ACCESS PLUG £120.STILL LOOKING FOR THE LATER ONE CHEERS FOR NOW MALC .

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Re: Basic spanner sizes required
« Reply #1 on: 27.03. 2012 22:43 »
Hi Malcolm,
You need whitworth spanners
comparison and size chart here , http://www.dropbears.com/u/utilities/spanners.htm
Google whitworth spanners for suppliers or chase them down at boot sales/ autojumbles
HTH
John O R
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1963 RGS (ongoing)

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Re: Basic spanner sizes required
« Reply #2 on: 28.03. 2012 07:13 »
HI CHATERLEA 25 CHEERS FOR GETTING BACK OVER THE BED KEY INFO..HOPE ALL GOES WELL WITH YOUR RGS I FANCY A RR BASIC OR SUPER .MALC

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Re: Basic spanner sizes required
« Reply #3 on: 28.03. 2012 10:06 »
Primary chain case covers are very rare and if you find one that is not damaged or has not been welded and it,s £120 then grab it quick. All the best Goldy
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Re: Basic spanner sizes required
« Reply #4 on: 28.03. 2012 10:18 »
Hi Malcolm,

Apart from a selection of spanner sizes you will also need a "pushrod comb" which will make it an easier job to replace your rocker box.

Can you let us know where you are situated?  We might have other forum members in your area who could advise or assist you.

Also before your next reply can you press the "Caps Lock" button on your keyboard.  At present you are typing in capital letters and in computer language this is the equivalent to shouting at everybody.

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Re: Basic spanner sizes required
« Reply #5 on: 28.03. 2012 23:27 »
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