BSA D1 125 - 1948

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BSA D1 125 - 1948

Postby Gman » Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:44 am

I'm in the event op rebuilding my first BSA and are very exited, the problem now is where to start and where to obtain parts, tips and tricks regarding the rebuild. Any help and suggestions welcome!
I will post some picks soon
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Re: BSA D1 125 - 1948

Postby Gman » Sat Jun 02, 2012 1:22 pm

some picks:
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Re: BSA D1 125 - 1948

Postby Mr9a » Tue Apr 09, 2013 7:27 pm

Damn she is a beut bud so tell us more about her?plans?


I see you have a couple more bikes in the garage?history on those and what they are?


If you ever consider selling that BSA message me haha
Looking for a project to tackle so if anyone is selling or know of someone please let me know asap!

Looking for any BSA or Triumph to restore.
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Re: BSA D1 125 - 1948

Postby Jaws » Tue Apr 09, 2013 8:34 pm

Hi

Where do you live?
Have you joined a club? (if not join one in your area)

Take your time, do not rush it, do it properly, if in doubt ask and get several opinions - if done properly you will be extremely proud and satisfied and the end result will be fabulous!

Try not to take the cheap route, get the nasty expensive stuff done professionally, if money is tight, save up for any expensive items or engineering work that needs to be done - at a later stage when funds permit.

Do not become despondent when you hit a problem - just persevere!

There are plenty of people around who can offer sound advice – most based on experience having learnt the hard way!

Above all enjoy the project, very rewarding once it all starts to come together!

Please keep us posted with commentary and pics, take lots of them for future reference - preferably with a decent camera and not a cell phone.

Good luck.

Kind regards from Johannesburg

Jaws

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Re: BSA D1 125 - 1948

Postby Gman » Wed Apr 10, 2013 8:35 am

Took some parts in for chroming (rims,spokes,handle bars and seat springs) and finished up lacing the front wheel. Do someone know of a BSA/classic bike club in the Pretoria area?
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