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Oil seal circlip on A65 end feed conversion ? #731467
04/09/18 6:14 pm
04/09/18 6:14 pm
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Years ago (like about 1994) I had a job lot of BSA bits which included what I assumed was a Devimead end feed converted inner timing cover.
I didn't have an A65 back then, so the bits slowly got sold/swapped for Triumph parts.
I could have sworn that the quill oil seal was retained by an internal circlip.
Now today I have just received my latest eBay bargain (maybe), a '71 type cover with the Devimead welded on block.
Not as neatly welded as the original one I owned, and definitely no circlip retaining the oil seal (or any groove)
Was I imagining that circlip in the first place ?
I could swear it was there.
I might add that the original engine was used in a racing outfit (and eventually threw the DS rod at speed)

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Re: Oil seal circlip on A65 end feed conversion ? [Re: ferretjuggler] #731579
04/10/18 11:52 pm
04/10/18 11:52 pm
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My devimead has no circlip, a colleague had his converted in the 80s by devimead , that had no circlip, he cut a groove. My oilseal / quill is the earlier small type, they got bigger in the 80s.it stays in OK with a bit of "bearing fit" loctitie to be sure, it is a barsteward to get out if the bearing fit is done right.


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