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Bsa A65 kick lever removal. Help #712279
10/22/17 8:15 pm
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Pulling a frozen motor out of the bike. Kicker turns 360.

Any suggestion on how to get this off the spinal?
Thx

Last edited by bezza Tim; 10/22/17 8:26 pm.
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Re: Bsa A65 kick lever removal. Help [Re: bezza Tim] #712322
10/23/17 12:55 am
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The kickstart lever is not on a spline, it is located by means of a wedge pin. If you can turn it 360 deg, then that pin has been removed and you should be able to pull the lever off the shaft, it might need a bit of rocking.

You mention splines so are you maybe meaning the shift lever? That is located on a splined shaft. If so that is removed by removing the nut and bolts through split end of the lever and again the lever should just pull off with a bit of rocking. You might have to slightly open the slot on the end of the lever by means of a screwdriver or similar.

Re: Bsa A65 kick lever removal. Help [Re: Dave T] #712367
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It could be splines as there are a couple of bods doing splined kick starters for BSA singles at least ( hear they were not up to scratch ) .


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Re: Bsa A65 kick lever removal. Help [Re: bezza Tim] #712373
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I read "spinal" as badly spelt spindle. Sometimes the kick lever is trapped by a swollen shaft end, push the lever on as far as it will go and dress the shaft end with a file.. Should free up.


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Re: Bsa A65 kick lever removal. Help [Re: bezza Tim] #712403
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What Gavin said.

I had that exact problem of the shaft slightly mushrooming. Ten minutes with a file and it was good to go. You should not have to force the kickstarter on there. It should slide on with little to no resistance.


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Re: Bsa A65 kick lever removal. Help [Re: bezza Tim] #712419
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Yeah, me too. Saw this earlier, couldn't figure out spinal. I was gonna say push it back, grind, grease, maybe heat, both feet against the bike and TWIST.


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