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Looks like pre war speedo drive hole cover when drive was actually not fitted.
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Ariel W/NG primary chaincase oil filler cap perhaps?
I thought Norton Commando chaincase plug, for the clutch adjustment. I'd have to go and look to see if the markings on the rear are identical.
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It's probably an after market part...MCE were based in Birmingham (I recall it stood for MotorCycle Equipment) and they bought out the original Wassell company in 1985...They sold Wassells on at a later date...
I don't know if they were ever licensed to produce 'Original Equipment' parts....Ian
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It looks like it's off a 70's Brit bike. The Commando timing mark cover is that size but the slot is different.
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MCE, now that brings back memories!! I was there about 5 times, and bought lots of old stock, that they didn't want anymore, they also had the shipment of about 2500 NOS pannier bags from Canada, the green ones for the TRW's, I bought 5 pairs, were quite expensive at the time, about 20 quid a pair, with the Y straps. Mind you, that was in the late 80's...…
Sorry no idea about the inspection cap, but looking at the manufacturing process it does look 70's.
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It is a unit engine BSA primary cover plug used for chain adjustment and for clutch adjustments on different models .
I think Triumph used the same one
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Well thank you all for your answers, I have no use for it so if anyone wants it please email me.
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Have a few about in my shed off my b50 and CCM rocker box