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Hey guys. Does Anyone know any way to remove the auto advance unit, without using a UNF extractor bolt or BSA service tool? Or does anybody know where I can get the extactor bolt, or tool? any help would be appreciated. Thanks. :(

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Here's what I did. It was for my Bonneville, but it would work just as well on your Beezer. I didn't feel like cuttin and drillin and making something professionally, so I found a bolt that threads into the advance, threaded a nut onto it, then found a spacer that fits over the end of the advance. The black piece is a steering damper part from my Norton girder, but you get the idea; a big thick washer would suffice. Mine was on REALLY tight and when it came off, it flung the advance, my puller and the wrench accross the garage- seriously. Even though I was putting a Boyer on, my advance isn't wrecked in case I decide to use it in the future and I didn't spend a dime on a "special" factory (taiwanese) tool. Hope this helps.


 

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Thanks Guys. Thats what we thought, but we couldn't find a bolt with fine enough threads, to thread into it. And we didn't want to mess up the advance. Thanks for all the help. xo

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