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Offline shuswapkev

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kicstart ratchet and pinion
« on: 21.12. 2012 05:54 »
i,m sure this has been gone over before..here we go...

plunger gearbox, i have a ratchet pinion that looks like 2 miles of bad road...
what do i buy to and where do i get it from to  back to...real good...

  the part number is 67-3168  ratchet pinion .... i see on some parts supply sites this number is updated to another group of parts...maybe the modern equivilant.......
 i have most of another gearbox...lookin for a shaft and quadrant...and all the ratchet parts
thanks

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Re: kicstart ratchet and pinion
« Reply #1 on: 21.12. 2012 21:42 »
Hi Shuswapkev

There's one at the bottom of this page;
http://www.degroot-bsa.nl/index.php/cPath/51_60/sort/2a/page/2
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Re: kicstart ratchet and pinion
« Reply #2 on: 22.12. 2012 02:51 »
thanks for that

   now just waiting for the shipping price

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Re: kicstart ratchet and pinion
« Reply #3 on: 22.12. 2012 21:15 »


 the mob at degroot got back to me quick smart...price quote with $hipping ...maybe half what i would have expected to pay for the same part from one of the big 3 asian manufacturers...and i know that even asking would be a no hoper  if my bike was over 8 years old...

I reckon this bike will roll right on thru the next century..and its already outlasted 80 zillion hondas

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Re: kicstart ratchet and pinion
« Reply #4 on: 22.12. 2012 21:39 »

Yes, they are very much on the business, I order nearly all my parts there.
They are an elderly couple, he does the parts (and he knows everything there is to know about BSA) and she runs the website.
I've met them a couple of times on bikejumbles in Holland and Belgium, honest as gold they are.
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'55 MORRIS ISIS
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