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#806974 04/28/2020 1:45 AM
by Gary E
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Wanted - '65 A50/A65 steel fuel tank, round badge style.

Typical part numbers:

68-8066
68-8042
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by Rich B
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Gary,

You looking for the big badge tank from that era? I have one and will get pics if you are interested
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by KC in S.B.
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Gary, is that what is see on this A50 up in the Hot Links board? The twin carb head on the work bench must be an A65 from the combustion chamber size, my guess anyway.
https://www.britbike.com/forums/ubbt...-bsa-a50-project-oregon-1-100#Post806735
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