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The Star and Garter / Mike Farmer
« on: 23 May, 2024, 19:42:43 »
saw this today and thought of you  ;D

https://www.facebook.com/reel/363879876620191

its a facebook link . not sure if you can see it

not sure if this is any good
https://histoparts.com/en/tractor-parts-by-brand/farmall-a-b-c-cub-h-m-bmd/engine-parts-by-model/farmall-h-w4-c-152-engine


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The Star and Garter / Re: Another bit off BSA but maybe of interest
« on: 18 January, 2024, 08:12:47 »
so what is the weight difference of the piston out of interest  :D

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The Star and Garter / Re: Bent frame!
« on: 19 December, 2023, 14:27:05 »
front wheel laced 4.5mm offset
1 degree camber on front wheel .

mmm  ;D

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The Star and Garter / Re: Bent frame!
« on: 19 December, 2023, 09:23:17 »
Wheelnut
we are in North Yorkshire if thats near enough for you .
motorliner jig
http://www.jwmotorcycles.co.uk/
John Warrington Motorcycles.
01653 698 258
john@jwmotorcycles.co.uk
can't do anything till the new year though  :'(

and if I don't answer the phone its because I am busy sorry

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The Star and Garter / Re: Non BSA but for advice
« on: 21 November, 2023, 13:43:24 »
ok so another idea
Motorcycle boring bar
vidlink to illustrate  https://youtu.be/CNBsd-iCJvo?si=YH7e6xANesNFzRZY
 this could be mounted on the block head bolts possibly using an adaptor plate
I have seen some where they do bigger verions for cars.  if they could be modified or
adapted it would solve the problem possibly
I think the Van norman boring bar max is 5.5inch.
what bore is the farmall :-)

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The Star and Garter / Re: Non BSA but for advice
« on: 16 November, 2023, 14:54:06 »
not sure if this helps
The internation 634 tractor was a dry liner engine , I have done a couple of them in my time
back in my apprenticeship days
you can manufacture a draw tool to extract the liner
ours was a big spanner and a long piece of threaded rod and two big nuts
a large dia tube on to top of the engine block with a cross bar with a hole drilled.
and an insert that fitted the liner exactly  at the bottom.
refitting was a hammer and a block of wood
that was a few years ago now  :D
wet liners were a lot easier to do  ;D

I'm guessing, now we are 100 years on, ::) the liner  may be slightly attached to the parent metal
of the block and this may no longer be an option   ::)

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Singles / Re: 1961 B40 cutting out
« on: 01 November, 2023, 12:07:14 »
2nd post  ;D  stubaker58  8)  well done  ;D

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The Star and Garter / Re: starting rollers
« on: 27 October, 2023, 14:44:51 »
I got a second hand one for 300  we used it for the 3 months we were involved in the project and sold it for 350.
I now have an auto start on my dyno but it cost me a bit of dosh, the Solo was avery cheap get out of jail
and cost very little , but its each to their own.

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The Star and Garter / Re: starting rollers
« on: 26 October, 2023, 10:21:44 »
I have had customers at the shop with starting rollers and vans . such a faffing going on.
then the trolley with the wheel you push agains the bike.
both two man operations or grumpy wife  ;D

then the solo arrived, what a breath of fresh air. I bought one second hand and sold it when we finished the project we were on with.
 https://www.solomotorcycleproducts.com/wordpress/index.php/starter/
cannot recomend them high enough
or any such comparable product although the home brews never seem to be as good some how

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Twins / Re: Should I build a TriBSA?
« on: 19 July, 2023, 14:46:06 »
not sure this will help then  ;D

https://cybermotorcycle.com/gallery/bsa-frames/


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Twins / Re: Should I build a TriBSA?
« on: 19 July, 2023, 13:02:04 »
here you go  :D
T140 into A65
https://www.triumphrat.net/threads/tribsa-t140-rebuild-completed.863442/

google is your friend  ;D

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Twins / Re: Should I build a TriBSA?
« on: 19 July, 2023, 11:07:35 »
well this is my project Tribsa in bits which should be been built shortly
if I get time.
I could drop the engine plates in for you to see if you like
also there is useful link here
https://classicbikepartsuk.uk/product/triumph-engine-to-bsa-frame-tribsa-conversion-plate-brackets/
not sure how relevant it is but you can read the text to help.

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Twins / Re: A10 Golden Flash rough running
« on: 19 July, 2023, 07:55:16 »
nice one  :)

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Twins / Re: A10 Golden Flash rough running
« on: 18 July, 2023, 16:06:39 »
I read this
**
I should probably own up to being a bit of a wally when buying the bike test road it briefly but enogh to know it was running nicely, ticked over smoothly and went through the grears OK. I picked it up in a van the next week without even firing the bike up and when I got it home as the weather was rubbish I decided to give it a once over including cleaning the carb. So I have no way of knowing for sure if I've caused this or if something happened with the bike in between the test ride and me picking it up.****

then looked at the pictures
can't for life of me see how it affects separate cylinders
but the slide looks wrong in the picture.

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Twins / Re: A10 Golden Flash rough running
« on: 18 July, 2023, 13:48:38 »
Just an idea
simple question
are the throttle slides in the right carbs, when you took them off did you mix them up
put one in back to front.

can you open the throttle fully are both slides even, and look the same visually


edit ; DDuuuuHH   !!
just watched the full video and seen you only have one carb . but it was the one photo I saw  ;D  I think you have the throttle slide fitted backwards but I could be wrong

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