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Hi Kevin
I took a couple of photos of the brakes on ROY. These are the Brit. Brakes which Eddie mentioned. The cover plates are pressed aluminium with a sort of angular stepped profile. Douglas brake plates are spun and cut aluminium and much thicker with rounded edges. The spacer is shown on the rear brake. I have shown the front brake because it photographs better, not so much clutter.
Cheers
Peter
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Fabulous!

I wonder if it originally had a cover like the 1938 issue, seen here:
https://www.douglasmotorcycles.net/index.php?topic=1220.msg4285#msg4285

-Doug
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Daren,
it is really fascinating what becomes possible with the internet. I will study the CAD file, when I have loaded a CAD program. Fortunately my M32 has an oil pump.
Gerd
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Re: Douglas Aero 1937
« Last post by FN on 24 Jan 2021 at 18:08  »
Doug,
I have redone the tool for removing the ratchet. It is much stiffer and worked well.
Gerd
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