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Using The Classic British Spares Website

Navigating The Classic British Spares Website

 

One of the Major Goals for our Ecommerce Website is to be user "Friendly" regardless of your computer skills or ability's. We want our Website to be Fun, Knowledgeable, & Easy for everyone to enjoy a great shopping Experience with us. To get the most out of our website, we try to use the correct O.E.M. part numbers (when applicable) in every listing. That includes, Norton, Triumph, & BSA Part numbers along with the associated part brands from Lucas, Amal, EMGO, Griling, Etc. Below are the steps that we recommend to finding the correct part for your application.

 

Finding the part basically comes down to the correct part number. Why is it important to have a part number?  A part number its self is really the "DNA" if you think about it.  It will tell us what part it is, what it fits, what brand manufactures it, and possibly more. For example, lets try 70-2879. 70-2879 is Triumph 650 Unit Twins Roller Bearing that fits models from 1966-1972. When you first log onto www.classicbritishspares.com you will see on the top right hand corner of the screen the search bar. Just enter the O.E.M. number and hit enter. If the correct item appears we carry it, if not, that either means we do not carry it at the moment, the number has been superseded / updated or it could be a wrong number. Keep in mind our inventory is growing daily, if you do not see the item your looking for give us a call or check back with the site daily.

 

We recommend keeping Text Keywords when finding your item "Simple" and to the point. Searching: "Triumph Crankshaft Bonneville Left Hand Side Roller Bearing New" will only make finding your part more difficult and give you a false showing. Instead, Search: "Triumph Crankshaft Roller Bearing" or "Triumph 70-2879" or "E2879" will give you a much better showing. Feel free to watch the YouTube Video below to get visual instructions!

 


1 comment

  • Mike Lengel

    I own a 1962 BSA Road Rocket with a A-10 motor & STD transmission. The 4th gear is broke #42-3022. Any idea where I can find a new gear?

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