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    I find the Walmart thing pretty funny if at all...

    I find the Walmart thing pretty funny if at all true. The meet starts Friday, but as is the new norm, the great volunteer chapter members usually allow non vendors (shoppers) in the day prior during...
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    Maybe 1 & 5/64 (69/64")?

    Maybe 1 & 5/64 (69/64")?
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    Looking through the 'The Antique Motorcycle'...

    Looking through the 'The Antique Motorcycle' magazine winter 1995 and found this which is some additional info for some of the above mentioned models.251422514325144
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    I had a late sixty's Evinrude boat motor. It was...

    I had a late sixty's Evinrude boat motor. It was called the Sportster and the throttle grip was the same style as used on '62-'64 HD's.
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    What year/ style pan heads?

    What year/ style pan heads?
  6. Thread: Uno wheel

    by BigLakeBob
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    Uno wheel

    http://theoldmotor.com/?p=147211

    Does anyone have more info?
  7. Thread: Dave Carter

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    Dave Carter

    You need to clear some messages out of your in and/or sent boxes so I can reply to your PM. Thanks, Bob
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    Also, Tedd's cups were not as hard as original, I...

    Also, Tedd's cups were not as hard as original, I was able to cut the race with a lathe tool to adjust the above mentioned stack height.2475524756
    Just to clarify, the orig race was 64Rc and Tedd's...
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    Pretty straight in a row with not crooked digits...

    Pretty straight in a row with not crooked digits also.
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    Hi Ken, welcome to the forum. I rode a pan...

    Hi Ken, welcome to the forum. I rode a pan chopper for years and still love choppers but lower back issues keep me on a bike with suspension now. I think there are a lot of previous chopper people...
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    Gas Tank Identification help

    I picked these tanks up in a thrift store yesterday. The tabs and welds look HD to me and not aftermarket? They are 3 1/2 gal. With the style of petcock ('75 newer?)) what years and model would...
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    2442724428I ran a seat similar to that on my '69,...

    2442724428I ran a seat similar to that on my '69, instead of drilling a hole in the fender I made the bracket shown from aluminum angle. It has felt on the bottom and attached to the luggage rack. ...
  13. Are you advancing the cam when you check timing?

    Are you advancing the cam when you check timing?
  14. Here is a OEM set with instructions.2433924340

    Here is a OEM set with instructions.2433924340
  15. 24312 Here is the service bulletin.

    24312
    Here is the service bulletin.
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    '27-'29 JD rear. 18" Monarch, manuals can turn...

    '27-'29 JD rear. 18" Monarch, manuals can turn constant!! The edge break on the flange inner is a chamfer for the spoke conical, consistence depth is probably not that critical, but on a one off...
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    Eric, Thank you. My original plan was to adapt...

    Eric,
    Thank you.
    My original plan was to adapt it for timken brgs, hence the deeper bore. Thought about reproducing them but without a cnc lathe the 14 hrs it took to make wouldn't be a profitable...
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    Hi Ryan, good to see you back active again. But...

    Hi Ryan, good to see you back active again.
    But I do have to say its a kinda funny statement about converting the fractions to decimals, especially that print. Every dimension on that print I can...
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    I am going to have to disagree. The picture I...

    I am going to have to disagree. The picture I show is 46128-48 (the part with the flat and knurled on the outside) which I have two of and are in unopened packs from HD, unless they packed them...
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    I have replaced 46128-48 washer with a home made...

    I have replaced 46128-48 washer with a home made larger copper washer and sealant and found good results to help stop leakage. The thin copper will conform to any irregularities.

    24164 24165...
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    Wanted 1950 OH license plate

    Looking for a decent, doesn't need to be perfect, 1950 OH license plate. I need it for a bike not a wall hanger. I have '61,'63,'64,'66,'67 used orig paint OH plates to trade and of course cash. ...
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    Not exactly old, but for my '69 shovel with med...

    Not exactly old, but for my '69 shovel with med comp pistons and bronze (yes, alum bronze like pans) valve seats, I run whatever pump gas available. Sometimes I put in 87, sometimes 93, sometimes...
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    As I have always resided in the US I am not...

    As I have always resided in the US I am not familiar with UK duty. I do know some US duty that adds a realistic increase to parts costs from swap meets. Time off work, gas, hotels, road tolls, and...
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    I picked up four for my projects this past year...

    I picked up four for my projects this past year at swap meets, Wauseon and Walnecks. $40 ea. They are out there, especially somewhat rusty ones that would be a good candidate for painting.
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    I'll second what Tom said, John has done about 4...

    I'll second what Tom said, John has done about 4 for me with no issues and great results.
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