Burman Steering Nut For All Cars except Flying 8 & Post War 8
The large Bronze bush in the Burman box wears over time, Free play develops in the steering and the car starts to wander and is difficult to control. New Track Rod Ends, available in another Section here may help the issue, but the next item to suspect is wear in the Bronze Burman nut.
The Club has a limited stock of new nuts for 30's and Flying Standards up to 1948. They do NOT fit cars with Marles Steering boxes.
Unfortunately, each model seems to have had a number of different nuts fitted (4 start, 5 start, Left or right hand thread), Before ordering please check exactly which nut is fitted to your car,
For Flying 8 & Post War 8 see seperate item in this catagory,
If you can not see the nut you require listed please send your pattern to the Spares Officer, Geoff Winnicott, Rowland Plant Hire, Alchorne Place, Portsmouth, PO3 5QS as we may have one. Please include your email address and/or Telephone number and Geoff will advise you if it can be matched..
BSN5 5 starts r/hand 1937 14hp
BSN6 4 starts r/hand 1936 9 hp and some 10 hp pre flying models
BSN7 4 starts r/hand 1936 12 hp pre flying models
BSN21 4 starts l/hand 1934/5 9/10 hp
BSN22 5 starts l/hand 1936/7 12/14 hp early models
BSN31 5 start l/hand 1936/7 9 hp & Avon
ALWAYS CHECK THE OLD NUT BEFORE ORDERING AS DIFFERENT NUTS WERE FITTED TO CARS
Carriage dependent on the total order value will be added at the checkout
Please note the picture is representative of the stle of the nuts.