- Jan 28, 2010
I have a few thumpers. I've always liked them. I think you're going to enjoy your new B50. I have one in a B44 frame
Hey gents, I am putting together a slimline norton with a bsa b33A engine and trans any suggestions on where to buy engine plates? And a belt drive primary?Hello
I have a DBD34 Gold Star in Norton Featherbed frame and it is the most fun around the lanes where I live in Hampshire UK.
A Catalina would be wonderful.
As a past BSA B50MX owner I would say the starting put me off as it was even harder than the Goldie.
I trialled a Cummerfords Cub (Triumph )for years and exept for really steep hill trial sections( I am 255lbs) found it a joy to live with, with the right gearing would make a nice back lane scratcher.
Or have you thought of the 350 / 500 AMC singles? I trialled an AJS mod18s in trialls trim,awsome.
Be it a Cub or Goldie if you love it and it puts a smile on your face its the right bike.
BSA RGS REPLICA
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Dural, short for Duralumin, covers at least eight different aluminium alloys of the 20XX family.8mm alloy? Should have used Dural alloy, it's what Triton etc owners use.
re: a belt drive primary, as appears to be in Rob's pics, the Bob Newby belt and clutch is on both of my britbikes and I couldn't be happier with it. It's taking some fettling on my G15CS to get mounted, but that's a strange application and I knew it would be that way when I got it. Bob's been great with support and the clutch and belt themselves are flawless.Hey gents, I am putting together a slimline norton with a bsa b33A engine and trans any suggestions on where to buy engine plates? And a belt drive primary?