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    I managed to get the drive gear out tonight. It’s...

    I managed to get the drive gear out tonight. It’s 1.196” from the bearing face to the face of the nut when it’s tighten down ‘hand tight’.

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    Good luck
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    My bearing is 0.374", My spacer is 0.570" and the...

    My bearing is 0.374", My spacer is 0.570" and the sprocket is 0.233". I'm not able to get to the gear right now. Hope this helps.
    Dana
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    So I stand corrected. I just took mine apart. ...

    So I stand corrected. I just took mine apart. The nut pushes on the sprocket, the sprocket pushes on a 0.005 shim, the shim pushes on the spacer, the spacer pushes on the bearing and the bearing...
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    So, on mine the nut threads all the way in and...

    So, on mine the nut threads all the way in and tightens against a washer and the sprocket. From what I can see if the nut doesn't tighten all the way in, the sprocket isn't all the way back. If you...
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    It's been awhile, but I have been working on the...

    It's been awhile, but I have been working on the bike. I got the rear cylinder to fit and modified the transmission shift to be a right hand shift. I had to do that so the shifter cleared the...
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    Bruce, I’ll give you call when the money shows up...

    Bruce, I’ll give you call when the money shows up in my bank account!

    Here’s mock up number 2,

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    Three problems,
    The rear cylinder interferes with the shift tower. I’ll have to...
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    I'm trying to get the spring loads as close to...

    I'm trying to get the spring loads as close to the original 101 values as I can. I'm getting the specs from George Yarocki's notes in the 101 R & O manual.
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    It was a good weekend. I got two of my three...

    It was a good weekend. I got two of my three magnetos working!

    But, no one seemed to notice I was driving my test jig the wrong way. I thought the NS2's were counter clockwise, but they rotate...
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    I’ve been on the road for work a lot lately and...

    I’ve been on the road for work a lot lately and haven’t had much workshop time. But I did have enough time to get one of my magnetos running. Once again most of the time was spent making the tools....
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    This build would go a lot faster if I didn’t have...

    This build would go a lot faster if I didn’t have to work so much to pay for it all.

    WTR : 57
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    First mock up 25258 Found some issues. I’m...

    First mock up
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    Found some issues.
    I’m a 1/4” from coil bind.
    The magneto doesn’t fit under the sport scout’s front cylinder
    The plastic retainer on the transmission’s clutch side...
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    I worked on the valves last weekend. Got all of...

    I worked on the valves last weekend. Got all of the seats ground down, very lightly, to 35 deg. and lapped in the valves. I went with sport scout valves but I want to keep the 101's cases and...
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    On my repop fender it is exactly 31 inches. Hope...

    On my repop fender it is exactly 31 inches. Hope this helps
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    >> Curius if your thrust washers came from thee...

    >> Curius if your thrust washers came from thee flywheel manufacturer

    No, I got the flywheel from T&O and the thrust washers from Jerry Greer's. As I mentioned above, the flywheel had a problem...
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    I never really felt great about the thrust...

    I never really felt great about the thrust washers in the flywheels and I saw Tom's answer above after I had already torqued and locked them. It always seems it take me three times to get something...
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    It's always something. I trued the wheel...

    It's always something. I trued the wheel assembly up in my lathe. It went easier then I thought it would. Using the press to push down on both wheels at once to square the two wheels up. My first...
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    That made me laugh, my dad’s answer to...

    That made me laugh, my dad’s answer to everything was ‘Vaseline’.

    Thanks for bringing back the memories.
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    It’s been awhile but I’m back to the flywheels....

    It’s been awhile but I’m back to the flywheels. This may be a stupid question but what keeps the flywheel crankshaft thrust washers on? I’ve staked them to the flywheel and the pins keep the thrust...
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    It’s good to see someone else working on a 101. ...

    It’s good to see someone else working on a 101. I had to make the brackets for my fenders and it took forever to get everything lined up correctly. Good luck and keep posting.
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    On the never ending hunt for parts, I got to hit...

    On the never ending hunt for parts, I got to hit up the Dixon swap meet yesterday on my way home. A few posts ago I mentioned my magneto was missing a few critical pieces, like the magnet and coil. ...
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    >> 68% is the first time I ever heard a factor...

    >> 68% is the first time I ever heard a factor for 101s, just like most other machines.
    >> Sounds good to me because just about anything works (as long everything else is in order).

    It’s the only...
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    Thanks, that was one of my questions and it does...

    Thanks, that was one of my questions and it does make sense. I do have more questions about balancing. I feel like the old trick of balancing the flywheel with both rods and one piston isn't right...
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    It's been awhile. Last weekend we got a chance...

    It's been awhile. Last weekend we got a chance to go hunting for parts at the 'Dirty Dog Roadhouse' swap meet in Golden CO. It was pretty small and we didn't find any of the parts we were looking...
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    The flywheel work didn't pan out. In order to...

    The flywheel work didn't pan out. In order to balance the flywheels I need to assemble the connecting rods and one piston. But the big end bore was 0.005 over the OD of the brand new races I have....
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    69 WTR This was a good weekend. I got the cam...

    69 WTR

    This was a good weekend. I got the cam bushings and gears all setup and ready to go. I used gharper's advice on the lapping compound and using the oil drive gear to drive the gear train,...
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