1934 BSA Club – Part 2 – The Strip – Vintage Bicycle Restoration
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Part 2 of the BSA build!
Prior to this video the bike was sprayed all over with a can of penetration spray / release agent for about a week. While I think it worked on some parts, other required intense heating (the SA guide screw and pump peg screw) to break free from their rusty prison.
These old bikes often come with square shaped bolts or slotted heads and they can be a pain to deal with. Be gentle with them and watch for any signs of slippage because you don’t want to round them off. A gentle tape sometimes helps seat the screwdrive (or in one case break the head in half).