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Twins / Re: clutch plates
« Last post by royblackburn1@btinternet. on Today at 00:03:18 »
Thanks Bess for the advice. Roy
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Twins / Re: A10 SR Hubcap
« Last post by JulianS on 22 February, 2019, 21:15:37 »
You dont need to remove the circlip it just holds the bearing cover and bearing.

If you hub cap is like this one then you will find a number of tabs on the cover which have been folded in to secure it to the hub. I usually use a soft drift to knock it on the edge to remove.
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Twins / A10 SR Hubcap
« Last post by Mitch77 on 22 February, 2019, 20:21:14 »
Hi all
I am trying to remove the hubcap on my front wheel for rechroming i have removed the center circlip but not sure where i go from here if special tool needed etc
Iany pointers gratefully received
It is a twin leading shoe set up with 9" hubcap
Please see pics ( sorry tried loading but says file is to big
Thanks
Mitch
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Twins / Re: clutch plates
« Last post by Bess on 22 February, 2019, 19:48:54 »
Hi,
    Assemble dry, do not use semi or synthetic oil in the primary if you do the clutch will always slip.

Best wishes..
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Twins / clutch plates
« Last post by royblackburn1@btinternet. on 22 February, 2019, 18:09:24 »
Hi all, should new clutch friction (drive) plates be installed dry on a A65L would it be ok to use a semi synthetic oil in the primary chain case.thanks Roy
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Singles / Re: C15 SS, top speed?
« Last post by MICKREEVES on 22 February, 2019, 15:31:34 »
I have now added a B25. Feel more 'revy' than the C15 ss, and is lower geared.
Speedo is reading about double, so looking for replacement.
Mick
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The Star and Garter / Excellent srvice
« Last post by Mike Farmer on 22 February, 2019, 15:20:42 »
 :) :) :) :) :)
 
Have to comment on this-----I ordered a couple of woodruff keys on Ebay for my A65 clutch and alternator rotor.
Within an hour a man turned up on my doorstep with the comment "I was coming your way so I thought that I would drop them in"
Brilliant

Mike 8) 8) 8) 
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Singles / Re: B25 speedo
« Last post by Mark B on 22 February, 2019, 14:05:39 »
Mick, knowing how you like to ride, I'd leave it as it is!
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Singles / Re: C15 250cc star 1967 exhaust
« Last post by Calvin on 22 February, 2019, 12:06:07 »
On my c15 the exhaust is held in place with a bracket on engine frame mount.
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Singles / C15 250cc star 1967 exhaust
« Last post by Tamesider on 22 February, 2019, 11:31:48 »
Hi.The exhaust on my C15 1967 is a push fit and was held in with sealant a normal clamp was fitted on the pipe.the engine barrel is not tapped.Any help please.Regards Jeff.
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