Does anyone know where I can obtain one?
Anyone go today? There was lots of Norton stuff, I picked up what looks like a very reasonable nicely reconditioned lay down box which I need for my 55 ES2, which frees up the AMC box for my Metisse project. dan
I need to remove the clutch basket on my '37 16H. I haven't got the extractor reccommended for the 16H but wondering if the AMC one in the club spares list would do ?
can anyone tell me the length of the front wheel drive speedo cable inner & outer, & where to buy one , thanks pete
I've replaced the valve guides, valves and springs on my 1936 Model 18 due to a blockage in the small bore copper pipe running from the pushrod cover to the valve guides. (Photos attached) The blockage caused the exhaust valve to seize and, on dismantling it, I found all the valve gear in a real mess. The valve springs and rockers are exposed and it's a mystery to me how sufficient oil is supplied to the guides. The valve guides seem to be gravity fed from the rocker assembly but the only oil in there must be oil mist coming up the pushrod tubes?
I am looking for a set of clutch plates for a Sturmey Archer 3 speed gearbox for my model 19. Would anyone know where I would be able to source these? I've been searching and have had no luck.
Hello guys !
I would like to ask, which cap is better for my ES2 .?
with resistor or without ? what is the difference an why ?? thank you very much for answer
Hi All. Have stripped my end-of-WWII Big Four for sandblasting/spraying etc., but need assistance to check engine as I strip it down. Will need a lot of help generally but want to do as much as possible myself although will need experienced hand. Hoping some available greater Belfast/north Down area.
I wonder if there is a settled view as to the correct location and position of the "Oil bath" transfer on the primary chaincase ? Is it positioned parallel to the ground or does it follow the leftward curve of the chaincase when located near the top ? Both variations are in evidence on ES2`s and some are even located lower down to the immediate left of the locating bolt. Factory photographs depict equally random placement so it may perhaps have fallen to the whim or mood of the fitter on the day !
Any thoughts would be of interest.