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as I'm not famiiar with these bikes, having an A65 myself my question is:

the contactbreakershaft, is it the same construction as with the A65, driven of an intermediate pinion and CCW

I would like to know if the contactbreakershaft is running CW or CCW
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No intermediate, straight off the cam. CCW


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What's underneath there:
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Happen to be working on a 69 b44

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Originally Posted by DAMadd
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Happen to be working on a 69 b44


The 10mm socket you lost a couple of years back????

It’s the cam w/ gear pressed on. You can just pull it out of the cases…..what’s behind it is a bush.

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That pic was my reply to the op asking if the points ran of an intermediate gear as a65's do.

Appropriately enough I was attaching the shifter to make sure I had all gears after closing that up and I needed a 10 mm. (?)

The brand new shifter had a metric bolt!

Wish I found a socket under there instead of opening my thankfully no longer much used now, metric drawer


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DAMadd wrote....."That pic was my reply to the op asking if the points ran of an intermediate gear as a65's do".

Gotcha......I took it as a question....sorry, my mistake. blush

I'm in the same boat as you.......I don't open the metric drawers much anymore.....thank goodness.

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thanks for the picture because as the ccw-rotation was solved in the first answer
the second question is:

is the taper the same as for an A65?

regards Anne

I've a metric toolbox for the Alfa Romeo, Moto Morini and Moto Guzzi
and the other one to service the BSA

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As the Vape electronic ignition kit seems to fit virtually all BSA and Triumph singles and twins I would guess the answer to "is the taper the same as for an A65?" is yes!

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thanks again. regards Anne


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