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Dommy Dynamo Drive #462572
11/09/12 8:16 pm
11/09/12 8:16 pm
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Hi All,
I have a 1957 Dommy 99 which I need to register and in order to do this here in the UK, according to the latest new set of rules, it needs to have an 'original type' of engine, gearbox, forks, and wheels as verified by an expert from either the NOC or VMCC,(I should have done this 20 years ago when I bought it as a Triton for the chassis) so I am building up a 1957 99 motor from what bits I have lying about, however I haven't done a dynamo one before and the parts book isn't much help. I have the sprocket with Tufnol gear and spring clip riveted on and I know there is a starfish spring which fits behind, but there is also listed a 'distance piece' which I'm going to need to make but which I have no information on, is it the same as the hardened steel washer which is sometimes found fitted in the end of the timing side cam bush or something else entirely? If anyone has a dynamo type motor in bits and could post a picture of the parts laid out or just describe it, especially dimensions of the spacer,I'd be very grateful. I could codge something up that would drive but some information would save a lot of time.
I've got just about everything else, I think, Thanks Fellas.


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Re: Dommy Dynamo Drive [Re: oilyrag] #463390
11/15/12 10:32 am
11/15/12 10:32 am
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Got one all dismantled, but can't find the spacer !
Will work on it, although it seems to have gone awol....

Seem to recall its of the order of about 1/4" thick, but obviously the precise dimension needs to be ... precise.


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