The Vintage Motor Cycle Club

The Vintage Motor Cycle Club

Best+Lloyd Oil Pump Tank/Pump gasket

Part No.58-462 Best +Lloyd oil pump Tank/Pump gasket. the “ L56 Joint washer” Fits the more usual standard “1 inch” type of pump with the tube style oil sight glass, which went into production circa 1914,and the later style with the 36mm diameter disc type sight glass that went into production circa 1922/1923 “Three holes” footprint to take the three off 3BA fixing screws.
Availability: In stock
SKU: 58-462
£2.95 excl tax
Best +Lloyd oil pump Tank/Pump gasket. the “ L56 Joint washer”
Fits the more usual standard 1 inch” type of pump with the tube style oil sight glass, which went into production circa 1914,and the later style with the 36mm diameter disc type sight glass that went into production circa 1922/1923
Three holes” footprint to take the three off 3BA fixing screws
Thickness 0.75mm
Material. Novus
(Copes with commercially available standard lubricating motorcycle oils that are on general sale to the public)
There were some variations in the footprint over the decades for some makes of British motorcycle (eg. some Sunbeam models used two affixing screws and not three screws etc) so please check that the footprint on your pump looks basically like this

Customers who bought this item also bought

Mike The Bike - Again

This book is an inside look behind the scenes at the top-secret planning, build-up, and spectacular success of Mike Hailwood's amazing comeback in 1978, 20 years after his debut at the age of 18. Written by his manager and friend, Ted Macauley, it is also a tribute to a remarkable man. In June 1978, 11 years after he quit Grand Prix motorcycle racing, Mike Hailwood returned to the Isle of Man TT races, probably the most prestigious, and certainly the most demanding, road race in the world. On a privately entered V-twin Ducati he won the Formula One race, beating the works Hondas of Phil Read and the late John Williams, and breaking the lap and race records. It may have seemed a fluke; it was certainly a fairy tale that continued into 1979, when he was fifth in the Formula One race, despite losing top gear and his battery, first in the Senior, and second by only 3.4 seconds in the Classic – probably the finest and closest-fought race the Island has ever seen, Hailwood proved, if anyone doubted, that he was still the greatest motorcycle racer of all time. This book, written by his manager and friend, Ted Macauley, is the account of his dramatic comeback, from the original wild idea to his final race. More than this, though, it is a study of a remarkable man in a remarkable world, and of the races, the machines, and the men who ride them. This edition contains new images and an interview with Pauline Hawthorne.
£14.99 excl tax

Rex Acme Chain Guard

£2.42 excl tax