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Douglas 1913 Model P motorcycle

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Douglas 1915 3 Spd-Gearbox and Clutch

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Dave

2024-06-11, 20:02:05
Have you tried the new Drafts feature yet? I just lost a long message today and learned my lesson. It is a good idea to save a draft of any long post you are writing. You can then just keep writing and keep saving a draft, knowing you have a backup if there is a glitch. The draft is automatically deleted when you post the message.

Dave

2024-06-08, 18:30:04
For Sale
xman has two very nice 1950's machines available - a green 1950 mk4 and black 1951 mk5 - both in good condition and running well.

Dave

2024-06-07, 02:13:36

Dave

2024-06-03, 08:23:05
For Sale
Duncan has just listed his green and cream 1957 Dragonfly for sale with spares and documents.

Dave

2024-06-02, 08:34:05
Parts avalable
alistair still has parts available - barrels, carburettor, castings - see all listings.


Dave

2024-06-01, 18:33:27

Dave

2024-05-28, 00:09:46
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Recent posts

#31
General Douglas Discussion / Re: Woodruff keys
Last post by Martin T6 - 09 Jul 2024 at 10:15
Unfortunately the Douglas motorcycle club doesn't have any , I went to lawnmower repair shop and got the nearest size then filed them to fit snug . 
I do think they have a habit of shearing easily .
#32
General Douglas Discussion / WG gearbox assembly
Last post by Martin T6 - 09 Jul 2024 at 08:55
Hi All  I'm having problem with my Douglas T6 3 speed WG gearbox I'm having problems getting all three gears I've tried the adjuster process but only get 1st and 2nd but no 3rd or no 1st but 2nd and 3rd is there a detailed drawing of the gearbox assembly I have an owner's manual but it's very limited. 
So far I've found various things missing like the selector ballbearing and spring on the main shaft all the wood ruff keys shered , so my plan of attack is to start from scratch but need more information on what should be there and what order but more importantly was isn't there .
Hope this all makes sense . 
Many thanks Martin T6
#33
Hi John,
I am just checking to see if you are still selling catalogues etc. If so, I am particularly interested in the 
1923 Booklet by Douglas which details the RA model and particularly the twenty patents by Bailey.
 
Also, the 1913 Sales Catalogue.

Please let me know about the availability, prices, etc., and I will follow up with postal details and payment.
Thank you, and I am looking forward to your reply.
Regards
VK 
#34
This EW 1927 gearbox is in good condition and the gear teeth on cogs look  good. Gearbox number RG/C18487. I Believe over 95% of parts are present , hence £150 ono
                                                 ALL ITEMS NOW SOLD
#35
Hi got manifold but thanks for looking
#36
I have an EW inlet manifold if you still need it.
#37
Hi Douglas 23/4 spares needed for new project... anything considered 
#38
Hi do you have a price?
#39
General Douglas Discussion / Re: EW VALVE SPRINGS
Last post by Red - 05 Jul 2024 at 08:06
Hi John

I have confirmed with our Spares Secretary that valve springs for the EW/Aero are in stock so if you would like to email him on douglasprewarspares24@gmail.com he will be pleased to quote you a price plus postage for 2 or 4 valve springs. As I said in a previous post the Pre War Spares was only recently taken over by a new member who is working very hard to fullfil all members requests, but members must remember that club officials do all this work in their own time. They are not paid.

Hope this resolves the isuue
 
#40
Hi Allan
             sorry, but the brake back plate has been sold.

                                       Regards John D.