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    I was talking to a gentleman about wet sumping...

    I was talking to a gentleman about wet sumping and he related that a least one Indian owner he knew would leave the upper drain plug out and place a collection pan/tray under his bike. If wet sumping...
  2. I prefer RH throttle reason; after all these...

    I prefer RH throttle reason; after all these years with RH throttle in a panic situation one will do what one has always done.
    Kept shift on the Right as I am not "speed shifting"; throttles freedom...
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    Consider what Pisten-Billy suggested above "shims...

    Consider what Pisten-Billy suggested above "shims between the steel control tube of the grip and the threaded nut pinned to the handlebar".

    Previous owner may simply used locktite to "glue"...
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    Consider reviewing Kiwi Tech video on Cable...

    Consider reviewing Kiwi Tech video on Cable Controls very comprehensive. Block pin must be 90 degrees to and inner wire cable grease is our friend here.
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    When I changed from left hand throttle to right...

    When I changed from left hand throttle to right hand throttle I found one of the cables and inner wire was to short. I believe it was the cable/wire used for throttle as distance from Left hand to...
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    This would be a good time to adjust "free-play"...

    This would be a good time to adjust "free-play" between heel pad of clutch pedal and footboard. Once I got this proper made riding much more enjoyable.
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    BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Nice composition of the artwork of...

    BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Nice composition of the artwork of man and God.
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    Please follow this link: ...

    Please follow this link:

    https://www.kiwiindian.com/index.php/shop-indian-motorcycle-parts/indian-motorcycle-pedals/indian-motorcycle-clutch-pedals

    With particular attention to parts Ref #5, 6...
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    Or perhaps the question is better stated: Can a...

    Or perhaps the question is better stated:
    Can a casted scraper be "tuned" without out splitting the cases?
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    I don't know, but I found this on Professor Jim...

    I don't know, but I found this on Professor Jim Moshers Performance Indian cite:

    http://performanceindian.com/Oil%20Pump%20&%20Scrapers.html

    Oil Pump & Scrapers

    "A "scraper" as used in the...
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    On the Kiwi Indian website Mike has a Tech video...

    On the Kiwi Indian website Mike has a Tech video on oil pump timing. If I recall correctly I believe he shows a check ball spring that protrudes a bit more than picture #5.
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    This entire build is SUPER. Truly Inspirational.

    This entire build is SUPER. Truly Inspirational.
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    Sadly yes "host store share Photobucket" hides a...

    Sadly yes "host store share Photobucket" hides a very nice motorcycle.
  14. Thread: Fall colors

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!!!

    Beautiful!!!!!!!!!
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    The Distinquished Gentlemens Ride.

    A friend told me about "THE DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMANíS RIDE" which was held worldwide
    29th September 2019:

    "Classic & vintage style motorcycles unite for prostate cancer research"

    I had never...
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    I don't know I am no expert on oil pumps (or...

    I don't know I am no expert on oil pumps (or anything mechanical) but consider, these bikes are seventy years old! There have been advances in oil pumps over the last 70 years or they would still be...
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    I like the advice of PRG above: "(G)etting a...

    I like the advice of PRG above:

    "(G)etting a kiwi ez drain and a dedicated 5 quart oil container and draining off after a ride if this machine is to sit at all. As that size container permits all...
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    Yes; pretty much. Not too near the lake as that...

    Yes; pretty much. Not too near the lake as that is where all the cars, crowds and trailered boats are;
    but the secondary roads through the farmlands here. No too much traffic and good roads. This...
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    I do not. I use Non-ethanol gasoline. I am...

    I do not. I use Non-ethanol gasoline. I am fortunate as I live near a lake so there are marinas and gas stations that carry the non-ethanol gas. In CA are the marinas all selling ethanol??
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    I found this site very helpful when initially...

    I found this site very helpful when initially setting up my Linkert:
    http://linkertcarbs.com/linkertcarburetorbasicadjustment.html

    On an unrelated matter I found adjusting the clutch pedal...
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    When you say "easier to kick over" can you...

    When you say "easier to kick over" can you (somehow?) be more specific. I have been "shadowing" your experience & this thread. I am new here also so learning. I pulled the plugs on my Chief (looked...
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    I am SO glad you asked this question. I have been...

    I am SO glad you asked this question. I have been experiencing something similar: professionally rebuilt engine yet at times a bear to kick over (Just thought it was my old leg). Followed advice of...
  23. Mike yes Thank YOU. Great site I should have...

    Mike yes Thank YOU. Great site I should have joined ages ago. Everyone have a SAFE Labor Day Weekend.
  24. Link to article of interest (I hope)....

    Link to article of interest (I hope).
    http://ironindian.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Braking-Bad-Improving-your-brakes.pdf
  25. Good eye! That is the Phil White/Phil Pilgrim...

    Good eye! That is the Phil White/Phil Pilgrim creation those inventive Boys Down Under Marketed by Zorro
    http://www.zorros.net.au/INdian%20CHIEF%20TWIN%20LEADING%20FRONT%20SHOE%20CONVERSION
    Found...
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