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Dynamo Terminals and interchangeability
#11
An interesting variant and drive set-up, is it an early Lucas C35A? Sadly, following on from previous posts, Trevor F is indisposed for the immediate or possibly longer future and is unable to take on any Dynamo or other work. There are various firms advertising re-built A7 dynamos but a personal recommendation is the best option.
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#12
James- Doesn't Tony Betts have a stock of fairly reasonably priced revamped dynamos? (I bought one once and it worked!) And isn't Vince Leek advocated by others for fast turnaround of customer units?
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#13
Dave,
Where would we all be without biscuit tins. The "new" toffee buckets made of plastic just ain't the same.
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#14
Thanks for the tip Jon, will contact Tony or Vince in due course. Have sent you an email, apologies for not being in touch, the email will explain!
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#15
I notice that Alderton Austin Services do exchange dynamos at £210.00 each for both C35A and C35M types. I have no idea how good they are but it might be worth contacting them.
https://www.aldertonaustinservices.co.uk
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#16
The biscuit tins are not quite as old as the cars, whilst modern plastic ones are round and waste valuable cupboard space.
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#17
it is the lathe behind the tin I am curious to see please!
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#18
See RN windscreen seal thread for a photo and description of the lathe Bob.
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#19
Thanks for that David, I'll probably contact them/Vince or Tony on Monday but thereafter will be out of circulation for about 10days! Thanks again for everyone's input, the Forum is a fantastic resource.
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