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BSA TOOLS

A word on extractors. Everybody can ruin an extractor by overtightening and stripping the threads.
Make sure the threads are all clean, screw the extractor in as deep as possible. Turn it carefully tight. Then give the bolt a sharp blow with a hammer and usually the hub pops off. If it does not want to come off, try to heaten the outside of the hub and keep the underlying shaft cool.
Good luck.

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MAGDYNO EXTRACTOR

GER108
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The only nice  way to remove the magdyno drive gear  off a BSA single is this tool.
BSA number 61-1903

OIL SEAL HOLDER TOOL BSA

GER114
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This is your best friend when you're working on your BSA forks. Fits over the stanchion and locks into the slots inside the oil seal holder.

BSA CLUTCH EXTRACTOR 6 SPRING

GER117
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Clutch extractor for the 6 spring type. inner thread on the extractor

EXTRACTOR FOR UNIT SINGLES

GER121
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BSA : C15, C25, B25, B40, B44, B50 the clutch hub
TRIUMPH:  T20,  timing pinion, TR25 timing pinion and clutch hub
OEM 61-3583

BSA CLUTCH EXTRACTOR 4 SPRING

GER127
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Extractor for the hub of a 4 spring clutch, outer thread on the extractor.

Outer diameter 1", thread is 261TPI.

BSA numbers: 61-3766 and 61-1912

BSA A7/10 COMB

GER179
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Extremely useful tool for holding the pushrods in place while refitting the head onto the barrel on your A7 or A10

EXTRACTOR CLUTCH HUB SHOCK ABSORBER TRIPLES

GER232
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60-1862

BSA A50/65 TIMING TOOL

GER68-0710
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Timing tool for setting up the ignition that fits in the inspection hole on the front of the crankcase. One position finds the notch for the A50 and the other position is for the A65.