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A68-376C

Pancake air filter, central fixing, screw on

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40 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
For battery carriers see section 34; for magneto and dynamo sprockets see section 14. Lucas used a comprehensive numbering system, which can be a bit unwieldy at first, but it is worth getting to grips with. Each type of item (e.g. dynamo) that they produced had a model designation (e.g. E3LM), which can be decoded and is explained under each section. The 1936-57 Lucas catalogue lists 18 models of dynamos. For most models of dynamo there are several variants, each of which have their own ordering number even though the difference might be only one part, this results in 72 different dynamos from those 18 models. The model designation and the ordering number are invariably stamped onto a major part of the component as well as the month and year of manufacture. Needless to say, this information is very useful to restorers. MAGNETO AND DYNAMO REPAIRS We prefer to repair your old unit rather than exchanging it for a reconditioned item as you are only charged for the necessary work whereas an exchange item will cost the maximum amount. The cost varies considerably depending upon the parts required but it is rare for the armature to not require replacement. Labour costs, at 1999 prices are 40 to 60. We strip, clean, reassemble and test the unit before preparing an estimate for the work. After repair, the unit is run for an hour on our test rig. When overhauling dynamos we prefer to have your control box as well as each control box should be 'tuned' to the dynamo that it is going to control. Tell us whether you are using negative or positive earth. Damaged castings and armatures, missing parts and other broken items are replaced if available. All overhauls are carried out to a high standard and are fully guaranteed. The direction of rotation of a component is always as viewed from the drive end.

40A CHARGING SYSTEM


DYNAMO MODELS 1936-49 SinglesE3HMEccentric armature, 3 diameter, H=Voltage control, Magdyno mounted 1949-58 SinglesE3LMEccentric armature, 3 diameter, Long body, Magdyno mounted 1948 KHE3HEccentric armature, 3 diameter, H=Voltage control 1949-58 KH/FHE3LEccentric armature, 3 diameter, Long body 1936 4FE3MDEccentric armature, 3 diameter, Magdyno mounted, Distributor 1937-48 4GE3HMEccentric armature, 3 diameter, H=Voltage control, Magdyno mounted 1949-58 MK I/IIC35SDConcentric armature, 3.5 diameter, Short body, Distributor E3 means all E3 dynamos ie E3HM, E3LM etc similarly E3L means E3L and E3LM and so on.

PART NO. DESCRIPTION


E3 DYNAMO PARTS (Many parts for other dynamos available) 10352-54 Sprocket nut 103,513 Screw securing dynamo plastic end cap 111,050 Screw, clamping commutator end cover band 111,704 Sprocket retaining screw 111,704A 123,063 188,614 188,818 189,210 189,307 200,079 200,188 200,224 200,227 Lockwasher for 111,704 dynamo gear retaining bolt Screw with square head, holds dynamo to magneto Oil seal Sleeve terminal for connecting wires to dynamo Bearing, dynamo, commutator end Bearing, drive end Spring for commutator brush (not E3L) Field coil Bearing retaining nut, drive end Through bolt with nut

PER MODEL
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 C35SD C35SD FH E3 E3 E3HM/E3LM/E3 H E3HM/E3LM/E3 H E3HM/E3LM E3H/E3L E3 E3L E3 E3M/H etc E3H/E3MD E3 E3H E3 E3H E3/E3L E3 E3H E3HM E3HM/SQ4 E3HM/E3LM E3H FH E3HM E3HM E3HM/E3H E3HM/E3LM E3L/E3H/E3LM E3L/E3H/E3LM E3L Parallel shaft E3L E3L E3L E3L E3L KH only E3L Taper shaft E3LM E3N E3 E3L E3 E3 E3L E3L E3LM E3L E3L E3LM E3L E3HM/E3LM E3HM/E3LM E3HM/E3LM MO1

YEARS
1954-58 1936-57 1936-57 1936-58 1936-58 1936-58 1936-57 1949-58 1934-58 1936-48 1936-49 1936-58 1936-48 1936-57 1936-48 1936-57 1936-48 1936-48 1936-49 1936-48 1936-57 1936-48 1954-58 1936-49 1936-48 1936-48 1936-58 1948-57 1948-57 1949-58 1949-58 1949-58 1949-58 1936-56 1949-57 1949-58 1950-58 1936-58 1949-57 1936-57 1936-57 1958 1958 1958 1958 1957-58 1958 1949-58 1936-58 1936-58 1936-58

200,229 Terminal post for Bakelite end caps with nuts etc 200,231 Bush, dynamo, commutator end 200,262 Drive end bearing plate (outer part of end bracket) 200,269 Commutator bearing end bracket 200,290 Dynamo brushes (pair) 200,304 New armature 200,306 New armature 200,353 End bracket (bearing housing), drive end, complete 200,354 Dynamo end cap, Bakelite (no fittings see 200,229) 200,380 Dynamo cork between dynamo and crankcase 200,431 Dynamo brush plate 200,522 Cover band over commutator with cork and screw 200,522A Cork sealing strip for commutator end cover 200,569 Nut, holding dynamo to magneto (screw is 123,063) 200,609 Cover band, commutator end with screw and cork 200,609A Cork gasket for 200,609 cover band 200,712 New armature 200,731 Field coil 200,732 Through bolt with nut 200,737 Dynamo brushes (pair) 200,738 Dynamo brush plate for use with band type cover 200,748 Drive end casing, triangular outer bit 200,752 New armature 200,754 New armature 200,802 New armature 200,806A Field coil screw 200,826 Dynamo end cap, Bakelite (no fittings see 200229) 200,829 Kidney plate with screw, holds wires in end cap 200,829A Rubber cable cover for plastic end caps 200,895 Grommet for wires entering 200,902 cover 200,902 Dynamo end cover, 1 piece type 200,907 Dynamo drive end fairing (alloy cover) 200,908 Fibre plate and screw, holds wires in brush plate 200,911 Dynamo brush plate for 1 piece end cover 200,912 Bearing housing, drive end 220,197 Brush spring 460,055 Dynamo strap trunnion 460,056 Strap to magneto 460,056S Dynamo strap screw A18-91 Spragging tool for slipping clutch T80 Key for gear C35SD DYNAMO PARTS 188,618 Oil seal, dynamo armature shaft 189,285 Bearing, commutator end

1949-58 1954-58

189,295 189,307 189,340 220,197 220,383 220,487 220,552 220,556A 220,557A 220,557B 220,572 DYN 4 DYN 5 DYN 7 T46

Bearing, commutator end Bearing, drive end Key, sprocket to dynamo Brush spring Dynamo brushes (pair) Field coils, set of 2 Brush plate Stud fixing 220,556 to crankcase End cover screw Field coil screw Brush plate Rewound armature with skimmed commutator EXCHANGE Rewound armature with skimmed commutator EXCHANGE To replace commutator (in addition to rewind) Grommet for dynamo wire in end cover

1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2

C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD C35SD

1949-53 1949-58 1949-58 1949-58 1949-58 1949-58 1949-53 1949-58 1949-58 1949-58 1954-58 1949-53 1954-58 1949-58 1954-58

MISCELLANEOUS CHARGING PARTS PU7E Battery, 6 Volt, black hard rubber, original type 1 not SQ 1949-58 1930-58 B38-6A Battery, 6 Volt, modern cheap alternative to PU7E not SQ 1949-58 1930-58 12N5-5A Battery, 12 Volt, PU7E size not SQ 1949-58 PU7D Dummy battery, i.e. box with lid looks as original not SQ 1949-58 1930-58 6N6-3B Battery, 6 Volt, suitable for fitting inside PU7D not SQ 1949-58 1930-58 YB3L Battery, 12 Volt, suitable for fitting inside PU7D not SQ 1949-58 1930-58 GU11E Dummy battery box, glass fibre (fit modern battery inside) 1 SQ 4 1949-58 ML9E Battery, 6 Volt, suitable for fitting inside GU11E SQ 4 1949-58 12N7-4B Battery, 12 volt suitable for fitting inside GU11 E SQ 4 1949-58 36,000 Ammeter, black face, very nice, 2" 36,084 Ammeter, black face, genuine Lucas Not SQ 1950-58 1936-58 36,084A Ammeter, black face, good copy made in the UK Not SQ 1950-58 1936-58 36,084A ammeter does not fit the 1950 models with the ammeter in the tank panel A26-91 'Minda' ammeter (cheap Indian made version) 188,818 Sleeve terminal for regulator box and dynamo connections 390,387 Wiring clamping kit for MCR2 reg box with plate, Tufnol strip, screws & terminals 37,221 Regulator box, Lucas, 8.5 amp, rubber mounting These electronic regulators are a high quality component; not to be confused with the cheaper versions sold everywhere. We used to sell the cheap ones but we have changed our supplier after problems with supply and being ripped off. His name is Keith Rushforth and he owes us 250. We also become fed up with replacing duff ones. They can be fitted inside an old regulator box but it is a tight fit. Complete with instructions. A28-92 Electronic voltage regulator, 6 volt +ve earth 1930-58 A28-92A Electronic voltage regulator, 6 volt -ve earth 1930-58 A28-93 Electronic voltage regulator, 12 volt +ve earth 1930-58

A28-92A

Electronic voltage regulator, 12 volt -ve earth

1930-58

40B IGNITION SYSTEM


See notes under the main heading above. 1936-49 SinglesMO1MO=Magdyno with face cam, 1 cylinder 1950-58 SinglesMOILMO=Magdyno with face cam, 1 cylinder, Long 60W dynamo fitted 1955-57 HS MK IKNR1K=lightweight unit, N=45mm spindle height, Racing, 1 cylinder 1948-57 KH/FHK2FK=lightweight unit, 2 cylinder, Flange mounted, 1936 4FMSL1SMSL=Magdyno with 3rd brush dynamo 1937-48 4GMN1EMN=Magdyno with ring cam, 1E 4 cylinder machines 1949-58 MK I/IIDKX4ADistributor, KX, 4 cylinder, Automatic advance Many early KH models were fitted with BTH magnetos.

K SERIES MAGNETO Fits all unless stated otherwise 10568-54A Replacement gear and rivets for auto advance gear 10568-54F Auto advance unit EXCHANGE as new 122,160 Screw, fixing contact breaker carrier to armature 149,010/10 Armature shim to reduce end float .010 149,010/5 Armature shim to reduce end float .005 185,015 HT lead split copper washer 189,244 Bearing, magneto, drive end, 40mm OD 189,291 Bearing, magneto, drive end, 35mm OD 189,291 Bearing, magneto, points end, 35mm OD 410,600 Acorn nuts for pickups and end cover 451,260 Brush for magneto pick-ups 451,379 Bearing insulating washer for 189,291 452,906 Shim, to increase end float,.003 (not usually Ariel) 452,907 Shim, to increase end float, .005 (not usually Ariel) 454,496 Slip ring 455,190 Earth brush, 5 mm diameter for 455,191 455,191 455,361 455,622 Earth brush holder, small, use brush 455,190 Slip ring Pick-up gasket

1 1 1 AR AR 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 AR AR 1 1 1 1 1

K2F FH K2F FH K2F K2F K2F All K2F K2F K2F All All K2F Competition Competition K1F K2F

1954-58 1954-58 1954-58

1954-58 1948-53 1948-58

1948-54 1948-58 1948-58 1948-58

K2F 1948-58 K2F 1948-58 NI/KN1/K1F/KN V

456,794 458,346 458,355 458,356 458,367 458,368 458,370 458,389 458,613 458,619 458,658 458,675A 458,725 458,865 458,866 458,876 459,002 459,005 459,031 459,130 459,199 459,269 470,537 470,608 470,609 492,854 498,131 498,157 498,339 54,440,888 A62-91 A62-92 MAG 1 MAG 2

Pick-up Gasket for pick-ups Shim to increase end float, .003 Shim to increase end float, .005 Pick-up, RH Pick-up, LH Pick up spring clip Cam ring, automatic advance End cover spring clip Contact breaker end cover, plastic HT lead rubber boot Spark gap screw Cam ring, manual Pick-up, RH Pick-up, LH Pick-up Oil seal, armature shaft Bearing insulating washer for 189,244 (1 1/8 bore) Oil seal, armature shaft Cam ring, automatic Magneto end cap, Wader screw on type End cover, screw on with earth terminal Contact breaker end cover cut out brush Contact set, clockwise Contact set, anticlockwise Late contact breaker assembly. Contact set is 54,440,888. Will replace earlier type when used with 492,856 centre bolt. C washer under auto/advance extraction bolt Spring, auto advance Washer under auto/adv. Extraction bolt Contact set for replacement assembly 492,854 Magneto identification label, with screws Magneto identification label with screws (in red) Rewound armature, new condenser and skimmed earth surface EXCHANGE Rewound armature, new condenser and skimmed earth surface EXCHANGE

1 2 AR AR 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

K1F/NR1 etc K2F not comp K2F K2F K2F KH K2F KH K2F K2F K2F K2F KH/FH All All K2F K2F FH K2F FH Competition K2F K2F K2F K2F KH/FH KNR1 K K2F KH/FH K2F K2F KH/FH K2F K2F K2F K2F K2F K2F Competition K2F K2F

1948-58 1948-58 1948-57 1948-57 1948-58 1948-58 1948-58 1954-58

1954-58 1954-58 1954-58 1954-58 1948-53

1954-58 1948-58 1960-65 1948-58 1948-58 1948-58 1948-58 1948-58 1948-53 1954-58

MNIE AND MSL1S SERIES MAGNETO Fits all, unless stated otherwise. See MO section for other bits. 189,291 Bearing, magneto, 35mm O.D 2 MN, MS 189,294 Bearing, magneto, 37mm O.D. 2 MN 189,386 Woodruff key 1 400,316 Distributor cap 1 400,316A Clip for distributor cap 2 404,435 Brush for distributor cap 1 404,449 Rotor arm 1 452,222 End cap 1 455,361 Slip ring, anti-clockwise 1 MN2/MNV 461,435 Fibre gear, 58 teeth, narrow 1 MSL 463,932 Bearing insulating washer for 189,291/4 (1" bore) 1 464,268 470,537 470,608 492,854 54,440,888 MAG 3 Fibre gear Contact breaker brush and spring Contact set, clockwise Contact breaker assembly, anti-clockwise. Contact set is 54,440,888 Contact set for replacement assembly 492,854 Rewound armature, new condenser and skimmed earth surface EXCHANGE 1 1 1 MN

1936-37 1938-48

1936 1936-48

MN

MO SERIES MAGNETO Fits all unless stated otherwise 110,730 Points carrier centre screw 149,010/10 Armature shim to reduce end float .010" 149,010/5 Armature shim to reduce end float .005" 173,974 Sleeve nut, sprocket to Magdyno 185,015 HT lead split copper washer 189,289 Bearing, magneto, 13x30 mm 189,291 Bearing, magneto, points end, 35mm O.D. 189,294 Bearing, magneto, points end, 37mm O.D. 189,294 Bearing, magneto, drive end, 37mm O.D. 200,569 Nut dynamo to magneto 410,600 Acorn nuts for pickups etc (holds HT leads) 451,260 Brush for magneto pickups 451,323 Earth brush, 6mm diameter for 460,380 451,378 Insulating washer for 189,289 bearing 451,379 Insulating washer for 189,291 bearing 454,495 Gear for dynamo, 22T 454,496 Slip ring 454,694 Screw, stepped, end cover fixing 455,190 Earth brush, 5 mm diameter for 455,191 455,191 Earth brush holder, small, use brush 455,190 455,622 Pick-up gasket 458,658 HT lead rubber boot 460,051 Contact breaker assembly 460,052 Points screw lockwasher 460,061 Points cover in steel 460,380 Earth brush holder for 451,323 brush, large 463,066 463,075/10 463,075/3 463,075/5 463,109 463,112 463,113 463,117 463,334 463,334A 463,334B 463,334C 463,334D 463,898 463,899 463,932

1 AR AR 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MO MO, MN, MS MO, MN, MS MO, MN, MS MO, MN, MS MO MO MO MO MO, MN MO, MN, MS MO, MN, MS

1932-36 Old 1940-58 1938-39

1936-54

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MO, MS MO, MN, MS MO MO MO, MN MO, MN MO MO MO MO, MN, MS

1955-58 1955-58

1936-58 1936-54

HT pickup 1 MO, MN Armature shim to increase end float,.010" AR MO, MN, MS Armature shim to increase end float,.003" AR MO, MN, MS Armature shim to increase end float,.005" AR MO, MN, MS Fibre gear, 58 teeth, wide 1 MO Slipping clutch friction disc 1 MO Slipping clutch nut lockwasher 1 MO Nut, slipping clutch to armature 1 MO This is the Lucas number for their kit of 'sundry parts'. This was the only way to obtain the small fastenings. We supply these parts as individual items using a suffix letter for each one. Stepped stud for contact breaker plate 1 MO Earth wire holder with grub screw 1 MO Pick up retaining screw 2 MO, MN Screw, drive end cover 5 MO Points cover spring clip for LH advance/retard 1 MO Points cover spring clip for RH advance/retard 1 MO Insulating washer for 189,294 bearing

463,989 464,092 484,098 A62-91 A62-92 MAG 4

End plate, Magdyno, drive end Nylon tappet, operates the contacts Contact set Magneto identification label Magneto identification label, comp models (in red) Rewound armature, new condenser and skimmed earth surface EXCHANGE

1 1 1 1 1 1

MO MO MO MO, MN, MS MO

1938-58

DISTRIBUTOR DKX4A 5239-49 Distributor rubber sock 185,015 HT lead split copper washer 220,433 Distributor gear, simplex chain, 16T 220,433A Roll (role?) pin for distributor gear to shaft 220,434 Dynamo gear, simplex chain, 8T 220,556B Bolt securing distributor in gear housing 220,609 Distributor gear, duplex chain, 12T 220,610 Dynamo gear, duplex chain, 5T 400,001 Base plate 400,034 Connector, condenser to points 400,052 Rotor arm 400,135 Distributor cap 400,308 Condenser 400,415 Contact set, coil ignition 401,092 Pinch bolt, distributor clamp plate 404,435 Brush for distributor cap 410,600 Acorn nuts for pickups etc, screw in 420,261 Clip for distributor cap 421,554 HT lead rubber boot 421,625 Auto advance springs, pair A62-91 Identification plate with screws

1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 5 1 1

1950-55 1950-55 1956-58 1956-58

MISCELLANEOUS IGNITION PARTS CQB Our HT lead is 'Hypalon' covered and has a copper core. This cable is very flexible and especially suited for high temperature locations. Price is per inch, add length in inches to part number e.g. for an 18" length order CQB 18 45,124A HT coil, 6 Volt 1 MK I/II 1949-58 45,124B HT coil, 12 Volt A5-90 Plug cap, not suppressed in hard black plastic A6 18mm spark plug 1 Side valves A7 18mm spark plug 1 OHV B6HS Spark plug, cast iron heads 4F,NH,FH,MKI B5HS Spark plug, cast iron head VH,VB,KH,SQ4 B5ES Spark plug, aluminium alloy head VB B6ES Spark plug, aluminium alloy heads Sing/KH/MK II CLNH Genuine Lodge spark plug, aluminium alloy head VB 1952-58

40C LIGHTING

BULBS 205 Rear lamp bulb for original, not reproduction, lamps 6V 6W MT110, 480 481 Rear lamp bulb for reproduction lamps with parallel pins 480 482 Rear lamp bulb for reproduction lamps with offset pin 480 384 Rear lamp bulb 6 Volt, 21/5 Watt 525, 564 384 Rear lamp bulb for reproduction lamps 6 Volt, 21/5 Watt MT110 380 Rear lamp bulb 12 Volt, 21/5 Watt As 384 168 Headlamp bulb 6 Volt, 24/24 Watt, N/A use 170 DU42/MU42 169 Headlamp bulb 6 Volt, 30/30 Watt, N/A use 170 SSU700P 170 Early headlamp bulb 6 Volt, 36/36 Watt Alternative 312 Headlamp bulb (Pre Focus) 6 Volt, 30/24 Watt 6342 Headlamp bulb, Halogen H4, 6 Volt, 60/55 Watt This bulb is bright but draws too much current to be used for long periods. Fits light unit 555,309A 414 Headlamp bulb, 12 Volt, 50/40 Watt 472 Headlamp bulb, Halogen H4, 12 Volt, 60/55 Watt fits light unit 555,309A 200 Pilot bulb 6 Volt, 3 Watt DU42/MU42 988 Pilot bulb: in headlamp 6 Volt, 3 Watt 293 Pilot or speedo bulb, 6 Volt, 4 Watt 990 Pilot bulb, 6 Volt, 3 Watt MES (Miniature Edison Screw 1566 Pilot bulb, useful for people ride with lights on all the time, 6V 8W 106B Instrument bulb 'pinched base', 6 Volt, 1.5 Watt 287 Speedo bulb 6 Volt, 2 Watt 112B Speedo bulb, 12 Volt, 3 Watt 200 Panel lamp bulb (for DC40) 6 Volt, 3 Watt DC40 998 Ammeter charging lamp bulb 6V 0.1 ampere, MES SQ 4 117 6V, 3W wedge fitting bulb

1924-52 1924-50 1924-50 1953-54 1924-49 1936-48 1949-50 Pre 1949 1951-63

1936-48 1949-58

1938-58 1938-58 1932-50 1951-58

TAIL LAMPS The MT110, MT211 and 480 tail lamps did not originally have a stop lamp incorporated, but ours do. The 480 type uses a special stop/tail bulb which is not readily available and as far as we are aware we are the only retailer (or wholesaler for that matter) that has bothered to find any. MT110 Tail lamp, not WD models, use 384 or 380 bulb All 1924-50 525,290 Lens case, convoy lamp, genuine W/NG 1940-45 480 Tail lamp, with 6 Volt bulb (12 Volt not available) All 1951-52 525 Rear light assembly, use 384 or 380 bulb All 1953-54 525L Lens for 525 tail lamp All 1953-54 564 Rear light assembly, 564 type, use 384 or 380 bulb All 1955-58 573,839 Lens for 564 tail light All 1955-58

575,208 575,219

Gasket for 564 tail light All 1955-58 Screw securing 564 tail lens to body All 1955-58 Tail lamp. This was the Lucas replacement for MT110/480 types with 529 HS/Cyclone 1956-58 stoplight, although it will not fit the oblong numberplate. HEADLAMPS 8" diameter headlamps were used up to the war when they were changed to a more economical 6" (with blackout masks it did not really matter what was under the hood). 7" units were introduced after the war, as supplies became available. All headlamps up to 1949 have a main bulb holder that is adjustable so that the bulb may be focused, after this date the 'British Pre-Focus' or BPF bulb was introduced. The earlier bulb we refer to as the 'pre-pre-focus'! The sizes of headlamp listed below are those given by Lucas and are as measured across the opening in the shell, the 7 1/2" one is more commonly known as 8". APPLICATION FOR AVAILABLE PARTS SEE BELOW DU142 7 1/2" aperture, separate reflector and lens, switch panel All 1936-39 MU42 6" aperture, separate reflector and lens, switch panel All 1940-48 MU42 6" aperture, separate reflector and lens, switch panel VCH 1950-51 SSU700P 7" with switch panel containing ammeter and switch, pilot KH/SQ 1949 SS700P 7" aperture, no switch panel, pilot KH/SQ 1950 SSU700P 7" with switch panel containing ammeter and switch, pilot KH/SQ 1951 SSU700P 7" with switch panel containing ammeter and switch, pilot VCH 1952-53 SSU700P 7" with switch panel containing ammeter and switch, pilot NH,VH,VB,FH 1949-51 SSU700P/1 7" with switch panel and underslung pilot All 1952-54 SSU700P 7" with switch panel containing ammeter and switch, pilot All 1955 SS700P 7" aperture, no switch panel, pilot All 1956-58 AVAILABLE PARTS FOR THE ABOVE HEADLAMPS 50,951 Underslung pilot light casting SSU700P/1 1952-54 144,921 Rim securing plate, screw All 1948-72 186,130 Switch panel screw to headlamp shell See above, all panels 186,130N Switch panel screw nut See above, all panels 186,906 Badge, Lucas 'King of the Road 5/8" dia 186,907 Badge, Lucas 'King of the Road 7/8" dia 504,665 'W' Clip, holding headlamp unit to rim All 1948-72

515,191 507,577 507,586 507,586A 509,484 515,172 515,191 516,144 516,524 517,003 534,296 551,674 553,147 553,248 554,602 555,309 555,309A 54,957,702 H52 MU42 SS700P SSU700P SSU700P/1

Rim, for dome glass, chrome MU142 Glass and reflector, 8" with later BPF bulb fittings DU142 Domed glass, 8 MU142 Rim for dome shaped glass MU42 Rim for flat 8" glass DU142 Bulb holder, main and pilot D142F,DU42,DU142,DU 142F Glass and reflector, 6.5", flat and frosty, uses BPF fittings D42, DU42 Headlamp instrument panel ammeter & switch not MU42 Shell, plain, steel, 7". Not original shape. SS700P Rim securing plate & screw holding headlamp rim to shell All 1948-72 Glass, 8 flat and fluted DU142 Glass and reflector, 6", rim and bulb holder MU42, MU142 Rim 7" All 1948-72 Bulb holder, headlamp main - 'British pre focus' All 1951-72 Glass and reflector 7" with pilot, BPF type All 1948-72 Glass and reflector 7" with pilot, with 12 volt bulbs All 1948-72 Uses P43T type main bulb, bulb not supplied but fittings are. For bulbs see 472 and 6342. Pilot bulb holder with bulb (not 1952-54) All 1948-72 Rim, bayonet fixing, bare brass 1929-32 Headlamp complete See above Headlamp, complete, plain See above 1956-58 Headlamp, complete See above 1949-55 Headlamp, complete with underslung pilot See above 1952-54 The headlamp assemblies are made in India so they look good but some of the details leave a little to be desired (like the mounting holes may be out of line). S/arm 1953-54 1934-50

MISCELLANEOUS 5669-54 Reflector 56,023 Tank panel trouble light DC40, working version, post war bayonet fitting A50-91 Bulb holder for chronometric speedometer

40D SWITCHES, WIRING and HOOTERS


For HT lead see ignition section. PART NO. DESCRIPTION MODEL SWITCHES- All switches are for 7/8" handlebars but 31,278 dipswitch can be filed to suit 1" handlebars.

YEARS

IGNITION SWITCHES 0195 Stud, ignition switch to s/car lug 5860-51 Nut, ignition switch to s/car lug (2 per) 30,608 Ignition switch and tumbler with keys, replaces original 31,276 Killswitch 34,055 PLC6 lighting and ignition switch 76,204 Cut-out button (wires have to be soldered on) 76,207 Cut-out button, screws into hole in handlebar

SQ 4 SQ 4 MK I/II 4G MK I KH KH/FH

1956-58 1956-58 1951-58 1937-49 1950 1948-53 1954-58

LIGHTING SWITCHES 31,340 Light switch in instrument panel on headlamp or nacelle 31,315 Light switch in instrument panel on headlamp, long knob 144,921 Switch knob fixing screw for 31,340 and 31,315 308,234 Clip for holding 31,340 switch in place 31,278 Dip switch, black oval type very good reproduction 31,563B Dip/horn switch, as 31,563A but clamp on 380,459 Rubber pad, fits between 31,563 switch and handlebars A14-90 Pattern dip switch (not original type) A15-90 Pattern dip and horn switch (not original type) Al5-91 Dip/horn switch better quality (not original type)

Not51-55 All All All All All

1936-58 1951-55 1936-58 1936-55 1956-58 1956-58

HORNS AND HORN BUTTONS 1935-48 the horn was centrally mounted on a bracket astride the front engine plates but some photographs around 1946-48 show the horn mounted to the right hand engine plate or sometimes on the right hand saddle spring stud, particularly on twin port models and SQ4s. There is a bracket listed for the 1948 only KH that fits to the right hand engine plate. From 1949 onwards the horn is hung from a special stud through the left hand saddle spring lug on plunger and rigid models (see section 30). On the swinging arm models the horn was fixed to the bottom tool box bracket. All models used the familiar Alttette horn up to 1955 when the rather dour HF 1441 was fitted, although the SQ 4 probably continued with the Alttette. 6155-35 Horn bracket, fits over front engine plates Sing/4F 1935-48 6155-37 Horn bracket, fits over front engine plates SQ 4 1937-48 76,204 Horn button (wires have to be soldered on), clamp to bars All 1936-54 76,213 Horn button for 1 handlebars (wires have to be soldered on) All 1936-54 76,207 Horn button screws into handlebar All 1955 A13-90 Pattern horn switch (not original type) 700,168 Horn bracket Y shape, flat (mounts on back of horn) All 1949-55 701,686 Horn bracket Y shape, angled (mounts on back of horn) All 1935-48 700,238A Alttette horn rim All 1935-55 A2-90 Horn, 6V (not a copy of anything!) A2-91 Horn, 12V (not a copy of anything!)

A2-98 HF1234 HF1234A

Small cheap hooter, can be hidden anywhere, even inside an Alttette! Alttette horn, good replica Alttette horn, cast body, even better replica

All All

1935-55 1935-55

BRAKE LIGHT SWITCHES 317,577 Spring, stop light switch, 3 long Rig/Plun 315,543 Spring, brake light switch, 3 long S/arm 54,033,234 Brake light switch All A8-90 Brake light switch, Wipac clamp on universal type A8-91 Brake light switch, miller type, good terminals (has a flat base with 2 holes on 1 centres)

1953-58 1954-58 1953-58

WIRING - Looms do not include the dipswitch and horn switch sub looms, but do include return earth wires, wiring for brake lights and are now cloth covered. 1340 Wiring loom, 3 brush dynamo All 1933-35 1058 Wiring loom (not W/NG) Panel tank 1936-49 1301 Wiring loom, not panel tank Sing,W/NG 1950-58 1624 Wiring loom, panel tank with speedo in it SQ 1949 3100 Wiring loom, panel tank, speedo on top yoke SQ 1950 1032 Wiring loom SQ 1951-58 1071 Wiring loom (not 1950) KH/FH 1951-58 1071-50 Wiring loom KH 1950 1443 Wiring sub loom headlamp and light switch to dip switch All 1936-58 T46 Grommet for dynamo wire in dynamo SQ 1949-58 6144-33 6144-90 CWB 300 CWB 301 CWB 303 CWB 304 CWB 322 SCT Cable tie, aluminium, 8" long as original Cable ties, black rubber 2 way connector tube, original black rubber type 4 way connector tube, all common, original black rubber type 6 way connector tube, all common, original black rubber type 5 off 2 ways in one connector block, original back rubber type Bullet, solder or crimp on Crimping tool for CWB 322 bullets

41 TRANSFERS AND MISCELLANEOUS


Instructions are supplied with transfers. Sizes are given in millimetres to save space! As transfers are not mentioned in the parts books and are rarely shown on factory pictures it is difficult to be accurate about the applications. For details see the excellent series of articles written by Jerry Mortimore in the Cheval de Fer (Ariel club magazine) between September 1993 and February 1994. 'W' = Waterslide, 'R' = Rub down (like Letraset), 'V' = Varnish fix. Colour codes: W= White, U = Blue, B = Black, R = Red, G = Gold, S = Silver, C = Cream, Y = Yellow, N = Green. PART NO. DESCRIPTION YEARS COLOUR LOCATION SIZE 'ARIEL' Block letters 1940-46 W/U Petrol tank 92 x 19 W A105-90 'ARIEL' Block letters W/R/S Petrol tank 103 x 30 V A105-96 'ARIEL' - Block letters G/B Petrol tank 111 x 29 V A106-90 'ARIEL' - Block letters 1933 S/U Petrol tank 130 x 30 V A107-90 'ARIEL' - Block letters 1927-30 C/U Petrol tank 130 x 30 V A108-90 'A' Triangular not VB 1931 B/G/W Oil tank 41 x 35 W A109-90 'A' Triangular not SQ/Slopers 1931 B/G/W Tank top 41 x 35 W A109-90 'A' Triangular 1927-28 B/G/W Toolbox 41 x 35 W A109-90

'A' Triangular 1927 B/G/W 'A' with works address 1926G Horse 1929-30 W/U Serpent and wheel Bicycles G/R 'Ariel Works, Selly oak' 1933-58 G/B shade 'Maximum oil level' MK II 1957-58 G 'Minimum oil level' 1951-58 G 'Oil in this tank must not fall below 1932-50 G this line' and 'Drain tank and fill with new oil every 1000 miles' Horse and horseshoe Cyclone 1957-58 B/U Horse and horseshoe 1950-58 B/U N.B. no toolbox transfer fitted 1929-49 and probably not 1951-53 Plastic badge type, HS/HT 1956-58 Y/S/B Plastic badge type Not original? R/G/B AOMCC insignia R/N 'Reg'd Design' 1956-58 G/W ARIEL, Teardrop shape, pair 1932 'Reg'd Design' 1959 B/S ARIEL 1916-20 C/N 'ARIEL' - Block letters 1931 W/U 'ARIEL' - Block letters, pair 1931 ARIEL 1913-18 B ARIEL, pair, de Luxe/4F 1933 W/U/B/G Huntsman (After market) Y/B/R/W ARIEL, Block letters Model G 1929-30 C/G/U Illustrations next the page

Rear mudguard Tank top Tank top Headstock No plate Oil tank Oil tank Oil tank Oil tank Toolbox HS/HT HS/HT Nacelle/FERC Petrol tank Nacelle/FERC Petrol tank Petrol tank Petrol tank Petrol tank Petrol tank Petrol tank

83 52 X 63 70 x 57 64 x 38 38 x 13 80 x 8 80 x 8 65 x17 40 x 55 40 x 55 68 dia 70 dia 57 dia 25 x 7 25 x 7 75 x 18 123 x 42 72 x 70 128 x 30

W V V W W W R W W W W W W W W W V V R W V W W

A110-90 A110-96 A111-90 A112-90 A113-90 A114-90 A115-90 A116-90 A117-90 A117-90 A118-90 A118-96 A119-90 A120-90 A121-98 A122-90 A122-98 A123-96 A123-98 A124-96 A124-98 A125-96 A126-96

COLOUR EQUIVALENTS. These paint colours are close to the original, some have been recommended to us by customers. Remember that the colour would vary from week to week and tank lining could be very different not just from tank to tank but on each side of the same tank! You may be lucky to find original unfaded paint behind a knee grip or inside engine plates. Black was always an option. 1932-49 Red Hunter Red Vauxhall Monza Red (1968-71) may be a bit dark. 1938-51 Green, usually found as an option on export deluxe models BMC Reseda Green, very good. 1950-53 Deep Crimson British Leyland Damask Red, spot on. 1953 Wedgewood Blue, used on VHA, KHA, MK II 1980 Ford Nordic Blue. (Glasurit FD 358) 1954-58 Deep Claret use Leyland Hunter Maroon B. 1956-58 Cherokee Red used on HS and with black as export finish 1968 Vauxhall Monza Red. ENAMEL SIGNS Not to be confused with inferior screen printed aluminium things, these are the real McCoy. Made from thick, heavy gauge steel which has been dished (the BSA piled arms one weighs almost 5lbs and its not the biggest)! The design applied using vitreous enamel, which is the process used to make the originals, which now fetch astronomic prices, where coloured glass is melted onto the surface in a furnace. Some even have the design embossed into the surface, for instance the Shell one is not only in the shape of a shell but is ribbed like one as well! They are not small or cheap but you will not be disappointed, check out the dimensions given in inches. These are masterpieces that should last a lifetime and are ideal for decorating the workshop or house wall. Visit our web site at draganfly.co.uk for colour pictures. Portrait means rectangular with long side vertical; landscape means rectangular with the long side horizontal. Description Size Part No. Ariel horse and horseshoe on red, black, blue, gold portrait 14 x 19 ES01 BSA piled arms & garter, green, yellow, red, cream and black oval portrait 19 x 15 ES02 BSA in white lettering on green background, red border landscape 16 x 10 ES03 BSA The Most Popular Motorcycle in the World (mebs) red, gold, blue landscape 19 x 14 ES04 BSA Red & white oval landscape 14 x 9 ES14 Harley Davidson with picture of 1930s bike, yellow, red, black, gold landscape 19 x 13 ES23 Indian Motorcycles with head of Indian (sorry native American) and feather round 19 ES15 Indian Americas Pioneer Motorcycle ochre, red, black oval landscape 19 x 15 ES16 Indian Motorcycles since 1901 red, yellow landscape 16 x 10 ES17 Norton logo in black on light grey background, red border landscape 16 x 10 ES05 Norton black on grey oval landscape 14 x 9 ES20 Royal Enfield cream, red, black landscape 8 x 23 ES21 Rudge-Whitworth Coventry in white with red hand & white wheel logo round 20 ES06 Triumph logo in red The best motorcycle in the world in black, on cream landscape 20 x 10 ES07 Villiers white on maroon oval landscape 14 x 9 ES22 The Vincent logo and Stevenage address in white on black - landscape 23 x 10 ES08 BP in yellow on green background, familiar shield shape 18 x 19 ES09 Esso logo in red, white background blue border oval 14 x 8 ES10 Moboloil vacuum oil company in blue, white background, flying horse in red, shield 18 x 19 ES11 Shell in yellow, red & black shell shaped not just outline but in 3 dimensions, amazing 19 x 18 ES12 MISCELLANEOUS DRAGANFLY T shirt blue shirt, yellow/white logo 36 DRAGANFLY T shirt blue shirt, yellow/white logo 42 DRAGANFLY T' shirt blue shirt, yellow/white logo 44" Key fob, Ariel, enamel and leather Key fob, BSA piled arms, enamel and leather Key fob, BSA star, enamel and leather Tea mug, BSA Made in England Tea mug, BSA Piled arms logo Tea mug, BSA Star logo Lapel badge, Ariel, round enamel as plastic tank badges Lapel badge, triangular 'A', light blue/gold, as transfer A109-90 Lapel badge, horse and horse shoe, as transfer A117-90 Ariel sew on cloth badge, circular tank badge type Bar end mirror, black finish, flat glass Bar end mirror, chrome finish, flat glass Bar end mirror, chrome finish, superior quality with convex glass White number plate letters, front, 1 3/4" high White number plate letters, rear, 2 1/2" high Metal tax disc holder, stainless back with chrome rim Luggage elastic (bungee), 12"

A42-91 A43-91 A12-90 A1-96 A1-97 A1-90 A71-96 A71-97 A71-98 A7-90 A9-90 A7-91 A47-91 A21-90 A22-90 A22-96 A20-90 Al9-90 A6-90 A23-90

Luggage elastic (bungee), 18" A24-90 Luggage elastics (bungee), 24" A25-90 Solvol Autosol (metal polish) A61-91 POSTCARDS - High quality full colour reproductions of period catalogues and advertisements, they make attractive gifts and look good in clip frames or they could even be used to send messages through the post. We offer a discount on purchases of 10 or more, part number BBDISC. 1930 Olympia show advert. featuring John Bull Tyres, Ariel Sloper and Triumph single etc BB 667 AJS 1953 18MS. Advertisement from the Motor Cycle BB 679 Ariel 1949 KH - Cover of brochure featuring the 'Twins' BB 658 Ariel 1949 MK I at the Liverpool docks (background is actually from 1948 for rivet counters) BB 680 BSA 1939 Gold Star - Advertisement from the November 1938 Motor Cycle BB 666 BSA D1 Bantam advertisement with a sporting couple BB 665 BSA D1 and D3 Bantams on a beach somewhere (not England) BB 664 BSA 1950 A10 Golden Flash BB 684 BSA 1955 A l0 and Bantam - Advertisement from the November 1954 Motor Cycling BB 650 Matchless 1952 G80CS Genie rising from the factory with a bike BB 682 Norton early post war ES2 in Scotland BB 685 Norton 1953 Dominator - Advertisement from the November 1952 Motor Cycle BB 651 Norton 1954 Dominator catalogue cover BB 681 Raleigh 1925, leaping a gate complete with waving flapper BB 675 Royal Enfield pre-war 500 Bullet BB 656 Royal Enfield 1953 700 Meteor fast as a meteor BB 678 Royal Enfield 700 Meteor (looks like 'Smilin' Sid' in the rain again) BB 657 Swallow sidecar with aluminium body hiding a vintage 'bike, modern photograph BB 676 Triumph Advertisement from the Edwardian period, very nice BB 653 Triumph pre-war T100 with a gent in plus-fours on a quayside, very nice BB 672 Triumph 1951-53 Thunderbird with cheesy chap riding BB 683 Triumph 1953 Thunderbird - Brochure cover BB 671 Triumph 1962 'Bathtub' twin on a newly opened motorway bridge BB 670 Triumph 1966? outside a cafe BB 686 Velocette 1938 KTS and KTT models. Amusing and clever BB 677

The following are Dick Lewis' well known postcards showing a 3/4 view in colour Postcard 1919 BSA 3 1/2 h.p. Model D Postcard 1935 BSA 9.86 h.p. Model 614 v-twin Postcard 1937 BSA M23 Empire Star Postcard 1947 BSA A7 500cc twin Postcard 1956 BSA A10 Golden Flash Postcard 1956 BSA M21 Postcard 1957 BSA D1 Bantam Postcard 1959 BSA C15 Postcard 1965 BSA A65 Lightning Postcard 1972 BSA A75 Rocket 3 Postcard 1962 BSA A10 Rocket Gold Star Set of 6 humorous postcards by that well known wit, Nick Ward wot dun our cover pikture

BBL1 BBL2 BBL3 BBL4 BBL5 BBL6 BBL8 BBL9 BBL10 BBL11 BBL12 BB100

42 STANDARD NUTS, WASHERS ETC.


Most fine threads on Ariel four strokes are to standards laid down by the Cycle Engineers Institute (CEI), usually known as 'cycle thread', which is usually 26 threads per inch (TPI) for all sizes but some manufacturers, like Ariel, used 20 TPI for 1/2" threads and above. The other popular fine thread is BSF or British Standard Fine, which is not so fine as cycle except for 1/4" when it is the same. BSF was used by Ariel in a few locations e.g. 1953 onwards side stand pivot bolt and for some strange reason VB and MK II SQ 4 head bolts. BSW (British Standard Whitworth) or Whit is the coarse thread usually only found in aluminium alloy. Ariel switched to UNF (Unified Fine) and UNC (Unified Coarse) for the Leader and Arrow but that as they say is another story, or catalogue. Unified fastenings are the ones that use Imperial AF spanners; AF by the way stands for 'Across Flats' so metric spanners are also AF. All cycle nuts supplied by us are 'machine nuts' instead of being forged. This method both produces a more original item as well as a stronger one. We offer a discount of 10% on purchases of 50, or 20% for a purchase of 100 or more of one type of nut or washer.

PART NO

DESCRIPTION

SIZE

NUTS 186,130NStandard nut3BA 2-47Standard nut2BA S1-1Standard nut3/16 x 32 16/010Standard nut1BA

S1-2Standard nut1/4 x 26 5723-31Standard nut1/4 Whit S2-2Half nut1/4 x 26 1-6032Reduced hex1/4 x 26 10/3Very reduced hex1/4 x 26 5187-37Dome nut1/4 x 26

S21-2Union nut for 5/16 pipe1/4 BSP S1A-3Standard nut5/16 BSF S1-3Standard nut5/16 x 26 42-4475Nyloc nut5/16 x 26 S2-3Half nut5/16 x 26 2157-30Reduced hex5/16 x 26 67-3034Reduced hex, thick5/16 x 26 10226-54Reduced hex, half nut5/16 x 26 5187-50Dome nut5/16 x 26 210-53Acorn nut5/16 x 26 S1A-4Standard nut3/8 BSF S1-4Standard nut3/8 x 26 940-38Dome nut3/8 x 26 67-75Reduced hex3/8 x 26 42-4476Nyloc nut3/8 x 26 S2-4Half nut3/8 x 26 S1-5Standard nut7/16 x 26 2-1925Standard nut7/16 x 20 S2-5Half nut7/16 x 26 4655-32Half nut, chrome7/16 x 26 15-152Reduced hex7/16 x 20 S1-6Standard nut1/2 x 20 S2-6Half nut1/2 x 20 4655-26Reduced hex, thin, chrome1/2 x 20 10558-54Reduced hex, half nut1/2 x 20 65-3391Thin nut1/2 x 26 24-4255Thin nut9/16 x 20 S2-7L1/2 nut, LH thread9/16 X 20 WASHERS (Thackery washers are double coil spring washers) S19-1Plain washer3/16 29-3319Shakeproof washer, external3/16 S19-2Plain washer1/4 S5-2Shakeproof washer1/4 2-1462Spring washer1/4 S19-3Plain washer5/16 S5-3Shakeproof washer5/16 24-8784Spring washer5/16 S6-3Thackery washer5/16 S19-4Plain washer3/8 S5-4Shakeproof washer3/8 2-522Spring washer3/8 S6-4Thackery washer3/8 S19-5Plain washer7/16 2-1945Plain washer, thin7/16 S5-5Shakeproof washer7/16 82-9034Spring washer, square section7/16 15-716Spring washer, flat7/16 S6-5Thackery washer7/16 S19-6Plain washer1/2 S5-6Shakeproof washer1/2 S6-6Thackery washer1/2

S19-7Plain washer9/16 S5-7Shakeproof washer9/16 S19-8Plain washer5/8 BEARINGS S9-1Ball bearing3/16 S9-1ABall bearing7/32 S9-2Ball bearing1/4 S9-3Ball bearing5/16 S3-22Roller bearing1/4 x 1/4 S3-23Roller bearing1/4 x 5/16 S3-33Roller bearing5/16 x 5/16 SHIMS 1180-26S5 off, 1" bore x .003/5/10/15 1180-26/104l" bore, .104" 1180-26/201 " bore, .020" 1180-26/40l" bore, .040" 1180-26/64l" bore, .064" (16 swg) 1180-26/801" bore, .080" (14 swg) 1180-26/1401" bore, .l40" (9 swg) 1785-32/1223/64 bore x .012" 1785-32/2023/64 bore x .020" 10421-54S5 off, 1 1/8 bore x .003/5/10 MISCELLANEOUS 001Grease nipple, straight 002Grease nipple, angled 4/060Split pin 1/32 x 1 S17-1Split pin1/16 x 5/8 S17-3Split pin3/32 X 1 S17-4Split pin1/8 X 1 1/4 S18-1No3 Woodruff key 14/042Union nut for 5/16 pipe 1/4 BSP S21-3Nipple for 5/16" oil pipe S48-2Joint pin for brake rods 1/4 x .650 S48-3Joint pin with brake light switch Extension x .650 5897-97Hose clip8-10 mm 5897-93Hose clip10-12 mm 5897-35Hose clip12-14 mm 5897-95Hose clip14-16 mm 5897-37 Hose clip16-18 mm Our hose clips are not the 'Jubilee' worm drive type but a more period type with a small screw and nut. 140-881/8 OD copper pipe, per inch 140-893/16 OD copper pipe, per inch 140-961/4 OD copper pipe, per inch 140-905/16 OD copper pipe, per inch 5075-893/8 OD copper pipe, per inch

43 SCREWS, STUDS, BOLTS AND TIE STUDS


Most of the items listed below have many applications, most, but not all of which are listed on the preceding pages. Other uses will be found in your parts book. All dimensions are in fractions of an inch. CEI as explained in section 42 is Cycle Engineers Institute thread. WHIT stands for British Standard Whitworth, which is the coarse thread usually, used where a fastening threads into aluminium and for some strange reason, petrol tanks. BA is British Association thread commonly found on electrical fittings and carburetters. The list is arranged in order of diameter then length so that if you require a fastening of a known dimension its part number can be readily ascertained.

PART NO. DESCRIPTION


SLOTTED MACHINE SCREWS 65-8317 Countersunk 180,317 Countersunk 65-8201 Countersunk 050 Cheese head 093 Countersunk 186,130 Round head 081 Cheese head 099 Countersunk 088 Cheese head 220,557A Round head 2-2582 Cheese 463,334D Countersunk 144,921 Filibuster 1-4606 Cheese head 053 Mushroom head 29-1984 Cheese head 014A Cheese head 6430F-39 Cheese head 041 Cheese head 094 Mushroom head 2-77 Mushroom head 022 Cheese head 0545 Cheese head 0540 Hex head 06 Large cheese head 03 Cheese head 038 Large cheese head 65-2158 Cheese head 10/2 Cheese head 043 Cheese head 045 Countersunk 04 Cheese head 015 Cheese head 460056S Slotted hex 039 Large cheese head 65-2157 Cheese head 011 Cheese head 040 Large cheese head 023 Large cheese head 0544 Hex head 29-2136 Cheese head 012 Cheese head 021 Cheese head 044 Cheese head 040A Cheese head 09 Cheese head 017 Cheese head 65-3061 Cheese head 014 Cheese head 051 Cheese head 020 Cheese head 026 Raised c/sunk 65-3062 Cheese head 42-124 Cheese head 65-3357 Cheese head 3679-52 Cheese head 049 Countersunk 42-7508 Cheese head 42-7517 Cheese head 052 Mushroom head 07 Cheese head 65-3356 Cheese head

DIA/LENGTH/THREAD
7/64 9/64 9/64 5/32 5/32 5/32 5/32 5/32 5/32 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 7/32 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 l/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 3/8 3/8 1/4 7/16 1/2 3/16 7/32 1/2 1/4 5/16 1/4 3/8 3/8 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 3/8 2 1/4 7/8 3/8 13/32 5/16 1/2 1/2 5/8 5/8 11/16 3/4 3/4 3/4 13/16 13/16 7/8 1 1 1 1/16 1 1/4 1 3/16 1 3/16 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 5/16 1 3/8 1 3/8 1 7/16 1 1/2 1 11/16 1 3/4 1 7/8 2 2 2 1/8 2 7/32 2 2 3/8 2 2 7/8 1 3/8 1 7/8 2 5/16 7/8 2 9/16 6 BA 4 BA 4 BA 3 BA 3 BA 3 BA CEI 3 BA 3 BA 2 BA Whit 2 BA 2 BA 2 BA ST Whit 2 BA 1 BA Whit CEI CEI Whit CEI CEI Whit Whit Whit Whit CEI Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit CEI Whit Whit Whit CEI Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit CEI Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit Whit CEI CEI Whit HEXAGON HEAD BOLTS 2-360 65-9165 6158-56 0538A 0554 0513 0517 0550 Raised head 0522 0520 0510 0516 0546 0514 0511 0512 0543 21-2873 0207 0582 0566 66-7550 28-2338 0592 Flat square head 0564 0609 0618 Ex pipe clamp 0613 0607 0590-56 Raised head 0216 0563 0578 0590-46 Raised head 0574 0591 0562 0579 0604 0596A 29-5289 65-5435 0623 0627 0622 0593 0619 0621 0626 0599 42-62 42-4470 0731 0732 0718 0714 0744 0745 67-4030 65-4185 0740 0910 3/16 3/16 3/16 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 5/16 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2 13/32 9/16 1 1/8 5/16 11/32 7/16 7/16 1/2 17/32 5/8 5/8 13/16 1 1 1/4 1 5/16 1 7/16 1 3/4 1 3/4 1/2 1/2 9/16 5/8 23/32 3/4 3/4 13/16 13/16 7/8 1 1 1 1/16 1 1/8 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 7/16 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 5/8 1 7/8 2 2 9/16 2 11/16 2 19/32 2 5/8 2 5/8 2 13/16 2 13/16 2 7/8 2 7/8 3 1/16 3 1/2 3 3/4 5/8 11/16 3/4 7/8 1 5/8 2 2 1/2 2 3/4 3 4 CEI Whit CEI Whit CEI CEI Whit CEI CEI Whit CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI Whit CEI CEI CEI Whit CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI Whit CEI Whit CEI CEI Whit CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI Whit CEI CEI Whit CEI Whit CEI CEI CEI Whit Whit CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI CEI

0195 5/16 3 1/8 CEI 0214 5/16 3 3/16 CEI/Whit TIE STUDS 0128 1/4 3/4 CEI 0179 5/16 3 1/4 CEI 10311-54 1/4 7/8 CEI/Whit 0213 5/16 3 3/4 CEI 0135 1/4 1 CEI/Whit 0211 5/16 4 1/8 CEI 15-4208 1/4 1 3/32 CEI/Whit 0180 5/16 4 3/16 CEI 0134 1/4 1 3/16 CEI/Whit 0217 5/16 4 1/4 CEI 10335-54 1/4 1 1/2 CEI/Whit 0280 3/8 1 9/16 CEI/Whit 0133 1/4 1 5/16 CEI/Whit 0310 3/8 1 11/16 CEI/Whit 0139 1/4 1 11/16 BSF/Whit 0304 3/8 1 7/8 CEI/Whit 10334-54 1/4 1 7/8 CEI/Whit 0301 3/8 2 CEI/Whit 0132 1/4 1 15/16 CEI 0307 3/8 2 1/16 CEI/Whit 0138 1/4 2 3/16 CEI/Whit 0305 3/8 2 5/16 CEI/Whit 0131 1/4 2 1/4 CEI 0276 3/8 3 3/8 CEI 0183 5/16 1 1/16 CEI 27-5684 3/8 3 3/4 CEI 0203 5/16 1 1/16 BSF/Whit 0309 3/8 3 13/16 BSF/Whit 0184 5/16 1 9/64 CEI/Whit 0278 3/8 4 1/8 CEI 0199 5/16 1 7/32 CEI/Whit 0308 3/8 4 5/32 BSF/Whit 0219 5/16 1 3/8 CEI/Whit 0289 3/8 4 1/2 CEI 0198 5/16 1 1/2 CEI/Whit 0302 3/8 4 7/8 CEI 0191 5/16 1 5/8 CEI/Whit 0743 3/8 7 23/32 CEI 0215 5/16 1 11/16 BSF/Whit 0402 7/16 3 1/2 CEI 0182 5/16 1 15/16 CEI 0403 7/16 4 1/2 CEI 0218 5/16 2 CEI/Whit 0963 7/16 6 25/32 CEI 0136 5/16 2 1/8 CEI/Whit 0405 7/16 10 1/8 CEI 67-1119 5/16 2 1/4 CEI/Whit 5377-50 7/16 11 5/8 CEI 0136A 5/16 x 3/8 2 5/16 CEI/Whit 0400 7/16 13 CEI 67-4040 5/16 2 7/16 CEI 0441 1/2 3 5/8 CEI 0204 5/16 2 7/16 BSF 0917 1/2 4 1/2 CEI 0178 5/16 2 11/16 CEI 5388-56 1/2 10 1/8 CEI 196-54 5/16 2 11/16 CEI/Whit 5377-54 1/2 11 CEI K92-48 5/16 3 CEI 42-4855 1/2 13 1/2 CEI 196-53 5/16 3 CEI/Whit There are some parts mentioned in this list as being available from Niklaus and, as promised, here is his address:Nikolaus MULLER-SEIDEL, Oberhofer Str 26, 87471 Durach, GERMANY. Telefon +49(0) 831 63684 Fax +49(0) 831 697 2731 e-mail Erdmuthe-Klaus@gmx.de The Ariel Owners Club is an excellent and friendly organisation that holds many local events an international rally every August. There are 21 branches throughout the UK and in Denmark, Finland, Italy, west Canada and north-west USA. In addition, there are club contacts in Austria, Australia, California, France, Germany, Malta, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

ARIEL CLUB FINLAND yhteyshenkil: Thorolf "Turkka" Priester, 019-585 345, Porvoo