Paloma DASL moped

Alan Jackson /

just bought this pristine beauty. (don't suppose anyone is familiar with Lavalette AML 50 engines?)

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I like it . :)

Looks to be a pretty simple motor .

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Alan Jackson /

yeah managed to get a fantastic workshop manual in English.I need to know the thread size for the missing magneto retaining nut. I know the part number of the nut - WMU 92 F1X and how much it cost to buy in 1957 - 1 shilling and 4d but nothing about thread size

measuring it with a thread gauge it seems in-between 1mm and 0.9 and 10mm.

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kevin Smellaflange /

looks like u need to study it's language.

the tank is interesting...

rear frame looks '' tender ''

i'm guessing a 20mph moped of sorts

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Alan Jackson /

1.8hp and 35mph claimed

and 175mpg at 25mph

need a spare engine to play with to try and get it going dangerously fast

but they are very rare

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Barry (Bob) Brown /

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kevin Smellaflange /

no rear spoungies; hard tail on an bumpy cow path?

@ 35mph?= a proper get off!

i bet some italian bloke knows all about this steed.

maybe ask the radiolady @ brapchat to put a shout out...

or ask rebel moby, he probably knows all about this pony.

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Alan Jackson /

> Barry (Bob) Brown Wrote:

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> Maybe this forum might have some info?

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> http://motoancienne.superforum.fr/search?mode=searchbox&search_keywords=paloma+dasl&show_results=topics

good find thanks!!!

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Pushrod Fifty /

Also check the mabecane.com forum, as it looks a little French.

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