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hi, i have a gearbox i would like to identify its a matchless amc number m11386
Hi Ken. I’m not sure about that gearbox number. Your best bet is probably to post the info and a photo on the owner’s club forum here:
What year is this Matchless. I had bought it 30 years ago for $200 AUS and it’s lived in the shed. I have restored other bikes BSA A10 & B33 but was never really sure if this bike was worth it. Frame number 57893 Gearbox number G111A51, Motor number 50S with G80 13846 underneath. It has slim line shockers. Does any one have any ideas?
I’m goin to restore my old Matchless, on the engine it’s readable 41 G3L and serial nuber. I’m lookin for the gasket of gearbox and the handlebar.
Can you address me to a serious reference to suuply the missing or dmaged parts-
Amc classic spares in England, Steven has a sound knowledge of Matchless and AJS plus a huge range of spares new and old. Contact “Jampot” Matchless club for spares number list for your year and model, you will need this when ordering the correct parts for your bike. Happy hunting and good luck.
How do you find the gearbox number on a possible 1955 G3LS Matchless
I have an AJS/Matchles gearbox No GB25j54 A 319
I have not been involved with bikes for some time and I would like to sell this
gearbox.It was rebuilt to be used but I never used it so it is time to pass it onto someone that needs it as it has been hanging in the shed.
Look at the draganfly web site as they have an explanation of G/B no.s
Thanks. Do you have a link to the relevant page that you could share here? Regards, James