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Newbee 1 year 2 months ago #1593

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I was excited to get my hands on a '71 A65L until I started looking for a Right Turn Signal switch, PN 19-1332...the law of supply and demand is cruel...anyone with any leads? No repop...thanks :ohmy:
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Newbee 1 year 1 month ago #1597

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Trying to remove stanchion from lower forleg on my BSA B40 bidding up ,will not come ouy any tips ?
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Newbee 3 months 4 weeks ago #1611

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Hi Beezer fans, i just joined after purchasing 2 1970 BSA’s last month. A Thunderbolt made Jan/1970 which is apparently a parts cleanout of the prior 1970 engine update. The frame and engine match, the odometer reads 270 yes 270 orig unrestored miles. Does anyone own a similar parts cleanup machine?
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My other BSA is a 1970 Firebird Scrambler, whuch I found in Las Angelas. It still has the original tires on it ...
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Newbee 3 months 4 weeks ago #1612

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Hi Beezer fans, i just joined after purchasing 2 1970 BSA’s last month. A Thunderbolt made Jan/1970 which is apparently a parts cleanout of the prior 1970 engine update. The frame and engine match, the odometer reads 270 yes 270 orig unrestored miles. Does anyone own a similar parts cleanup machine?
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My other BSA is a 1970 Firebird Scrambler, whuch I found in Las Angelas. It still has the original tires on it ...
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Newbee 3 months 1 week ago #1616

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I don't understand. Why do you call this a parts clean-up machine? If it was made in January 1970, it would be a 1970 model. Please explain what you mean.
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Newbee 3 months 1 week ago #1617

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I'm trying to figure this out. Your question printed twice. By the way, I like that kick start on your Thunderbolt. A nice custom touch. And your Firebird Scrambler is very, very nice! Don't ride it with those tires on it. I have a horror story I could tell you.
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