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BSA Spanners

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NickDeAth
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BSA Spanners

Post by NickDeAth » Thu May 16, 2019 8:11 pm

Continuing my shed de-clutter I found 3 BSA spanners. Anyone want to make me an offer?
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Regards Nick
"Nick - do you think you will ever put that old car back together again?"

Sydsmith
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Re: BSA Spanners

Post by Sydsmith » Thu May 16, 2019 9:52 pm

Hi Nick.

Just to clarify not being smart, but the top two spanners are BSA pedal cycle spanners of the 50's I also have a couple of them, quite useful as the have four sizes on one spanner, but they are made out of a sort of base metal, too soft for BSA car maintenance. Syd

NickDeAth
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Re: BSA Spanners

Post by NickDeAth » Fri May 17, 2019 9:01 pm

Thanks for that info Syd, I knew there were motorcycle spanners and was not too sure which was which, I never gave cycle spanners a thought. If nobody wants them I'll put them on e-bay and see what happens, I hate just throwing things away!

Nick.
"Nick - do you think you will ever put that old car back together again?"

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