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Reiver

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  1. Reiver

    My new Tractor

    Is that Douglas arrived ? Kermit will be feeling left out!
  2. Very nice patina .definitely one not to paint
  3. Reiver

    The Border Reiver MK 2

    Looking good, a job well done
  4. Reiver

    Briggs Fuel issue

    Good to hear you got a result.
  5. Reiver

    Briggs Fuel issue

    Any luck getting your engine started?
  6. Reiver

    Briggs Fuel issue

    Is the choke working properly?
  7. Reiver

    Mountfield M1 coil.

    You might be able to find a parts list on the briggs website,armed with the part number for the coil, search ebay for a replacement.Alternatively you would be able to get a genuine replacement from briggsbits they are UK based
  8. Reiver

    Its a perfect fit

    Nice find!
  9. Reiver

    Mayfield snowplough

    No problem at all, It is easier than the allen scythe that I used to use.The wheel hubs are left unlocked and the Mayfield has reverse gear which helps.The Mayfield is a bit lighter than the allen scythe even with the wheel strakes fitted.I am hoping we get more snow to play in !
  10. We had a bit of snow today, gave me an excuse to get the Mayfield out and stretch its legs
  11. Reiver

    Solex 26FHG carburettor

    Hello, I am looking for one of the above carburettors to suit a Bamford EG1 if any body has one spare.I would also take just the lower half that incorporates the float bowl.Thank you
  12. Auto culto field model L. Simar 30? Pegson?
  13. Reiver

    W E Conyers Charger

    You could try Paul at meetens.They have bits for BSA engines
  14. Reiver

    Auto culto strip down

    Congratulations on the second place! A just reward for all your hard work on the auto culto.
  15. This is an ED300 charging set, I believe it was built by BSA under licence from Johnson.The previous owner told me that it was from WW2, and had been on a fire launch which was on Belfast Lough. When I got it,there was no compression and no spark.I took the head off to find a stuck exhaust valve, corroded valve seats, and a stuck top compression ring.These are now freed off and valve seats recut and valves ground in. Now have some compression .The points required cleaning and a replacement ht lead restored a healthy blue spark . I am now working my through the dynamo end, it starts off a battery and gives some output.If anybody knows where I can get a choke assy for this engine.Please let me know
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