Hey Guys, I've been going through the pics on here and there are some really nice rides on here.
I've a 1952, Golden Flash, a M20, 2 x 1952 B31 plungers, a 1955 B31 swing arm and a Bantam super.Here are some picture of a few of my BSA's. I'll post some more as the pics come in.
The first ride is a 1952 Golden Flash, it had a B31 oil tank when I got it, I changed it out with tank that I got on eBay it came painted and pinstriped-I decided to leave it the way it is because I need to repaint the flash at some point and I'll get the oil tank done when I do that.
The second ride is a 1952 B31 plunger.
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Bikes looks good, and that is some LARGE drillings....yikes.
One more trick to the smooth running A65 puzzle, make sure the engine is shimmed to fit the frame. Most bottom mounts need something, some front mounts as well. BSA called it a "packing piece" on the older unit twins, the reference largely disappeared on the late unit twins. P/N is elusive. Though metric flat washers in stainless seem to be thin enough to work well as a shim.
Also make sure the head steady it installed and tight.
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Re: Post a picture of your Bsa here
[Re: Rich B]
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