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BSA #279163 10/15/09 5:52 pm
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Here is some pics. of my -71 A65L, one just after it comes ready, november 2000. As you see winter came just that time and I must wait about five months to test and ride it. This other is couple months ago. BSA came to me from USA/UTAH and it was in quite poor condition, but with most of parts. It goes like a train and I have had no problems with it during these years. Maybe not most beautiful BSA;s, but fine britbike anyway.
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Re: BSA [Re: joutava] #279370 10/16/09 6:50 pm
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nice job on the restoration joutava, it looks good. you dont get very far with the small tank between fuel stations, i have fitted a home market tank- 18 litre.


1971 bsa lightning
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Re: BSA [Re: nz rian] #279517 10/17/09 7:54 pm
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hello jouni, my bars are from a home market oif triumph. i got them from a guy in new zealand who makes them. most any british bike parts supplier will have bsa or triumph bars for you. i think bsa and triumph home market bars are very similar but not the same.
hope this helps, rian.


1971 bsa lightning
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<img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4019/4465499855_9a11e05ae5.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="new bags" /></a>

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