1920’s / 1930’s 600 cc Scott Flying Squirrel original +0.050 Pair H&G pistons with pins.
H&G Pistons were made by Hepworth and Gandage. Around 1948 H&G changed to “Hepolite”. So, we can deduce that these Scott ali pistons are pre-1948.
The tops are stamped +0.050. My vernier indicates that they are around 75.5mm. I believe STD bore for the early 600cc Scott Flying Squirrel is 74.6mm.
The numbers inside the pistons are shown in the images. It shows H&G A12 & A&M 14 17.
Condition: There is a tiny nick out of the top of the RH piston (Shown in pictures). While both pistons have rings, only the RH rings are complete. The LH piston rings are incomplete. The pistons are free from any bad scoring. I have shown each 90 degree face of the piston sides. As you can see, they come with the gudgeon pins.
If you have a 1920’s or 1930’s 600cc Scott Flying Squirrel, a spare set of Plus 50 pistons would probably be a good idea.
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