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I've found a few more 2 3/4 bits - yell if you need them. (If you just want them, rather than need them, perhaps wait a day or two so the more needy can have a go!)

TIMING COVERS NOW SOLD. THANKS

First a couple of 1926 timing covers. Solid but not glamorous. $25 each + postage

Leon

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Two AMAC carburettors for Douglas 2 3/4: The one smaller one with hot air manifold is quite solid, has slides, missing float and tickler, and probably veteran? The other is larger, labeled Type 25E, looks very complete - possibly early vintage?

Offers please - it's not easy to find carbies these days. Yell if you need more info, measurements etc.

Leon





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GATES NOW SOLD. THANKS

Two gear change gates (one may be spoken for already). Worn, but original! (It's a funny thing: I'd prefer a worn original over a perfect repro every time - others are different.) $20 each + postage

Leon

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cardan

 oweryagoin mate

  I,m looking for an engine oil pump or fragments of for a 1926 EW...
  hopefully you have one in the bottom of your box

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Sorry, no EW stuff, even right down the bottom!

Leon

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Hi Leon,
Was wondering if you have come across andy clutch parts for the CW?
Cheers
Chester

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Hi Chester,

Yes there might be some small-size flywheel clutch parts there - for better or worse you wouldn't recognise the shed now! I hear you're far away now, so if you let me know exactly what you're looking for I'll have a scrounge next time I'm over. Almost all the remaining parts are sorted, so the clutch bits will at least be all on the same shelf.

Cheers

Leon

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Leon,
Missed you on the one and two in Robe.
Had a great time although I wasn't prepared to pay over 2 grand to trailer the Darracq across Bass Strait. So left it behind and got a hire car and then kept Ken Hall company.
The clutch on Jack's CW is seized solid. Not sure what I'll find when I pull it down so if there are some clutch parts that would suit, I think it would be good insurance.
Have to get a flywheel puller and some new springs.
Cheers for now
C

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Leon, do you have a primary chain cover and also the toolboxes with leather pouches by chance for a 1923 TS 2 3/4

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No, sorry. I might have a rusty toolbox in my shed that could be used as a pattern, but these days most restorers seem to go for nice repro boxes.

Just a tip when advertising for things: post a photo and some measurements if you can get them. It helps those of us who might see bits but don't recognise every part from every model.

Cheers

Leon

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Thanks heaps I don't want any repo stuff so I will wait till I can find them as they are the only two bits I need as the rest is original.
Cheers  :)

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Hi from Belgium, is the carb on the left of the photo with the two downward pipes 25E still for sale? Can you send it to Belgium? Thank you ! Best regards.

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Hi Ron,
I honestly forget!!! I know I sold at least one of them, but I will have a look when I next get the chance - a couple of weeks.
Cheers
Leon

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Thanks Leon  :)