simar 56 plough Instructions

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  • #31214

    busman
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    Here’s a photo of the plate attached to the underside of the engine cowling on my 56a. Definitely different to the one on Peter’s machine. Hope this helps.

    Sean

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    #31220

    plonker
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    Thanks for taking the trouble to photo it for me, very helpful, it is different, but still seems to be simple to fabricate from what looks like 3/8″ plate,I assume there are threaded hole alrady under the engine for this plate to bolt on? I cant get to mine at the moment because I have one arm in a sling and cant drive! Regards Plonker

    #31223

    busman
    Participant

    Yes, there are 3 threaded holes in the underside of the engine cowling. Can’t remember what size the thread is, but they are metric.

    #31228

    plonker
    Participant

    Thank you for that, I appreciate it, I have some thread gauges, so when I am allowed to drive again and I have two arms again, I will go down the barn and check.

    Regards Plonker

    #31243

    charlie
    Keymaster

    I took one of the bolts out on mine and can confirm they are M12 but have a 22mm head.

    #31244

    plonker
    Participant

    Thank you Charlie, That makes it easy, I am happy now that I understand the plate layout, I shall go down the barn with a bit of cardboard and measure up! Regards Plonker

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