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lbayorkie
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Just cleaning a new rear wheel I bought for my D1 Rigid (note small diameter spindle)D1-Rigid-Rear-Hub-Parts.jpg and I noticed what I can only describe as a nut with a flange at each end which sits between the outer side of the brake plate and the frame. I used to have one of these in my parts box (so presumably not an uncommon part) but lost it some time ago and never found out what it was for. Now I can tell it fits on the rear spindle but I cant see it in any of the Draganfly parts diagrams, which is strange.

Any help in identifying would be appreciated. Thanks.

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not    all  the  part  numbers  are  comon   P/No   wen  used  on  Triles   M/Cycles  thers   lots  of  bits  that   come  up    not  always  bsa  

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sunny said
not    all  the  part  numbers  are  comon   P/No   wen  used  on  Triles   M/Cycles  thers   lots  of  bits  that   come  up    not  always  bsa    

So do you think this is from a trials bike?

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its   made  to  fit  the  shaft    , the  shaft   may  it   eny   m/cycles  usly  on the  back  papes   of  m/c   MAGS   

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Whats MAGS?

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lbayorkie said
Whats MAGS?  

I think he's a Forum User.  Cheers.  Bruce.

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Magazines.

Four now on the road and at least several in bits.

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Ah, yes!

Strange in my 18 months of Bantam ownership Ive come across two of these, but no other members have.

Im thinking its probably just an alternative design of 'Brake Plate Nut' (equivalent of 90-5544) It has the same lip to fit into the brake plate and as Ive seen two of them I think they must have been a genuine BSA part- just not documented.

Alan

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I’ve got a few of these nuts and have used two rebuilding a D1. I’ve used them underneath the brake plate.

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Underneath the brake plate?, wont that sit the brake plate above the drum?

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Sorry - I meant outside of the brake plate....the Flange on it, as described above, does indeed hold the brake plate in place.

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So it must be an alternative to 90-5544 as it occupies the same space. Very strange no one else recognised it as such.

Thanks for getting back to me.

Alan

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