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BSA C10 250cc OHV 1959

Aug 4

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Wednesday, August 04, 2010 5:49:19 PM  RssIcon

The bike had been refurbished but came to me because it was seized. The finishing, paint, chrome, aluminium etc. is very good except for the rear wheel rim and a few minor items that need re-chroming, due to the bike standing for quite some time.


Arrives1   Arrives2

The finishing looks good

From both sides

Of course stripping a bike known to be seized is no different to stripping any other condition, so again lots of pictures

Stripping1   Stripping2   Stripping3
Stripping4   TimmingSide   ClutchCoverOf
 ClutchOf     PistonTop

Notice some rust on the clutch otherwise all looks good

As The rear wheel rim needed chroming I took the opportunity to strip that, whilst the rest is being investigated

Rearwheelrefurbish1   Rearwheelrefurbish4   Rearwheelrefurbish3
Rearwheelrefurbish5   Rearwheelrefurbish6   Rearwheelrefurbish2

Some of the electrical parts need pictures, to assist with future assembly

Points    SolidStateRectifiers
The points   Solid state rectifiers  

Next we get to why its seized!


3 comment(s) so far...


Re: BSA C10 250cc OHV 1959

Got some C15 parts kicking around if you need . Great little bike.

By Andy Jenvey on   Thursday, August 12, 2010 8:29:31 PM

Re: BSA C10 250cc OHV 1959

Please send me your phone number and I will contact you

By Len Harrison on   Thursday, August 19, 2010 3:43:23 PM

Re: BSA C10 250cc OHV 1959

Great photos to go along with the blog!

By Dean Harrison on   Sunday, May 08, 2011 9:37:51 AM


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