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Battery box Model B

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paraffin pete

05-03-2008 23:15:14




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I am fitting electric start to my 1950 model B and the problem that I have is fitting the battery box.
Do I have to cut back the toolbox tin work to enable the box to fit between the steering tube support and the toolbox and if so should the cut tin be left with a raw edge or is there a trim to seal between the two pieces of tin.
Thanks in advance
Peter




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paraffin pete

05-06-2008 11:59:37




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 Re: Battery box Model B in reply to paraffin pete, 05-03-2008 23:15:14  
Thanks Steve, I did'nt want to cut the tinwork without being sure that I was doing the correct thing and I could'nt afford to 'knacker' it as bits here in the UK are quite expensive, I've just paid 85 Sterling (170 Dollars) to have the clutch relined, how I wished that I lived in the States.Oh and don't forget that although your petrol is going up and up, we are paying about 10 dollars a gallon!!!!
Thanks again
Peter

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steve(ill)

05-04-2008 19:46:43




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 Re: Battery box Model B in reply to paraffin pete, 05-03-2008 23:15:14  
the tool box is cut striaght up and down and has a 1/8- 1/4 inch gap to the battery box. there is no seal strip, just sharp edge. you can probalby see some photos to the left of this page under "galleries".



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