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MCA Extractors etc
#795461 01/12/20 5:55 pm
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Last summer I bought a job lot of all the spares and special tools from a guy in South Jersey who was getting out of Brit bikes.
I am only now getting around to sorting out the tools.
I have identified all the marked Triumph tools but there are various extractors etc which are marked with MCA part numbers.
Now I know MCA stands for Motor Cycle Accessories and that they used to be located (in the 1960s) In Aston in Birmingham UK.
My question is----does anyone have a list of MCA part numbers and their applications?
The MCA part numbers I have are:
MCA P110/66
MCA F155 (might be P155)
MCA P158
MCA P189
MCA 110/77

Just to make life inter4esting there is also a tool with what looks like a factory marking which is stamped K&N T-101

Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: MCA Extractors etc
Tridentman #795484 01/12/20 9:48 pm
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http://www.mca-aston.co.uk//parts/search/P189

If you type in the second part (i.e.-no "MCA) you get a description.
Or email them ? They don't sell to the public but might tell you what it does

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Most MCA special tools I've come across have been made of something weaker than zinc!


If anything other than a blank space is visible here, something's wrong.
Re: MCA Extractors etc
Tridentman #795526 01/13/20 3:23 pm
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Norton Commando rocker spindle puller

Re: MCA Extractors etc
Tridentman #795566 01/14/20 12:30 am
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Anglo/Tigernuts/John---many thanks for your responses
For anyone who is interested this is where I have got to:
a)MCA P110/66 and MCA 110/77
The 110 range are clutch extractors.
They include the equivalents of:
-- 60-1861 for Triumph 500/650s
-- 61-7014 for Triumph T140 (external thread 1" X 20 tpi)
-- DA50/1 for BSA/Norton/Triumph
-- 61-3766 for BSA A65 from 1966.
The suffices at the end of the 110 designation are the differentiators I think for the different applications.
However I cant find any reference listing to say what suffix is for which application.
b) MCA P155
60-2213 Cam wheel extractor for Triumph twins
c) MCA P158
61-6019 Crankshaft pinion extractor for Triumph 350/500/650/750
d) MCA P189
Rocker spindle extractor for Norton Commando

Still no idea after extensive searching for K&N T-101 so have to conclude that it is a "private" stamping.
Will post a photo and see if anyone recognizes it.
Thanks again for the help to date.

Last edited by Tridentman; 01/14/20 2:07 pm.

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