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    Personally, I have always loved the 4 stroke...

    Personally, I have always loved the 4 stroke single Ducati's

    I was brought up with big British singles, and the Italian bikes were always just beyond my reach at the time, and very uncommon in...
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    I have a set of cases labeled XO-xxx belly no,...

    I have a set of cases labeled XO-xxx belly no, with a 25JD engine no.
    Also a drive case with a H4-xxx belly no and a 24JD engine no.
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    Belly Numbers

    I have some J/JD cases that have different types of belly numbers.

    The earlier cases have two letters before the number sequence, while the later ones have a self explanetary two numbers for year...
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    Thanks Peter, I check there regularly.

    Thanks Peter, I check there regularly.
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    I think your OEM pt no is 9875. Wire terminal...

    I think your OEM pt no is 9875.
    Wire terminal female spade type, 5/16" slot-16-22 g wire.
    Terminal no 9913 is similiar but for 14-16 g wire.

    This looks like an uninsulated terminal in the parts...
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    A small bearing separator will do the same job....

    A small bearing separator will do the same job. It will have just enough room to grip the bearing inner race.
    Sit the seperator on a vice with the sprocket end up and sprocket nut installed.
    Give...
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    Spade connectors are typically available in 1/4"...

    Spade connectors are typically available in 1/4" wide and 3/8" wide. I have only seen the 3/8" connectors available for 12-10 gauge wires, yellow insulators.
    These yellow ones are bigger than your...
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    My 29 JD is up and running, almost ready to road...

    My 29 JD is up and running, almost ready to road test.
    Still some OEM parts to chase up if I can find them.I have a complete OEM 1929 front guard and valances, but it needs some major surgery.
    I...
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    Saves that precious time.

    Saves that precious time.
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    I will stab myself in the eye first, then figure...

    I will stab myself in the eye first, then figure out how to get some machining done.
    Cheers
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    If you are supplying these as a service, that is...

    If you are supplying these as a service, that is the type of thing you need to do.

    I have a DLX66 that needs some work. How is your work load?
    Cheers
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    I just put the shaft in some soft jaws and took...

    I just put the shaft in some soft jaws and took it gently.
    Used a small ball peen hammer, taped the cam on and peened over the shaft.
    I filed the shaft OD and flat down by hand.

    Once again, I...
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    Getting the flat on the shaft in the correct...

    Getting the flat on the shaft in the correct orientation was the hardest part, not going for originality, the peen was just hit it with a hammer over and over again.
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    Tom, It was more an exercise in desperation than...

    Tom,
    It was more an exercise in desperation than anything else.

    I couldn't find the correct shaft, so I used what I could get and had in stock.
    Schebler throttle shaft, Linkert lift cam, correct...
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    Marc, I recently had to make a choke shaft for a...

    Marc,
    I recently had to make a choke shaft for a DLX38 and only had a long spring.
    Snipped of a coil or two and it now works fine.
    Cheers
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    Doesn't that turn the thingyabob.

    Doesn't that turn the thingyabob.
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    Mark, I think that is a 34453-52 shifter shaft....

    Mark,
    I think that is a 34453-52 shifter shaft.
    52 to early 79, Foot shift 4 speed, foot shift, some 1980 models.
    Cheers
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    Last time I did this was with a laser I had. It...

    Last time I did this was with a laser I had. It was attached to a cheap spirit level someone gave me.

    Set it up a few inches above the floor with the laser touching the rear tire at the two widest...
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    If the barrel will rotate from the locked to...

    If the barrel will rotate from the locked to unlocked position, this part is obviously not seized.

    I am not familiar with these locks but if the barrel rotates, in theory it should be possible to...
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    Not specific to your bike, and probably won't...

    Not specific to your bike, and probably won't help you now, but I have always used graphite powder only on any locks.
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    They actually sent me two different dampers that...

    They actually sent me two different dampers that they were keeping as templates for a new production run.
    I had to send them back.

    I tightened my oil line to the tank and it is closer than yours,...
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    I was told it would be near the end of the year...

    I was told it would be near the end of the year before the fork dampers would be available.
    "Gentle persuasion" seems to be normal with a lot of repo parts.
    I tried to post a video of the bike...
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    Steve, I fitted my tanks to my 29 yesterday, and...

    Steve,
    I fitted my tanks to my 29 yesterday, and it looks like I have the same issue as you with the hand oiler line.
    The line in the photo is hand tight only, but it looks like the line to the...
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    Rubone, Belt sander typically have crowned...

    Rubone,

    Belt sander typically have crowned pulleys, hence the need for tracking adjustment. The physics are different to a flat pulley, although some may have a 2 degree pitch that you cannot see....
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    I have a number of bikes that sit around for...

    I have a number of bikes that sit around for extended times. I spend more time building my bikes that riding them.
    When they were filled with pump gas, every time I went to ride them I would have to...
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