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  1. Yes, check out Replicant Metals. Tom Feeser makes...

    Yes, check out Replicant Metals. Tom Feeser makes excellent repos. I have a set of his primary covers on my 1940 WLD (with the narrow clutch assembly) it fits perfectly. Very good quality, not cheep....
  2. Thread: 1945 wld

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    And whom might Penny be?

    And whom might Penny be?
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    Is there a part # and perhaps a source for the...

    Is there a part # and perhaps a source for the clevis pin type shift rod?
  4. Thread: 1945 wld

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    1945 wld

    I would like to converse with some one that owns a 1940 WLD 45 with the (narrow clutch, two bolt transmission assembly) OEM style primary cover assembly installed. I am having a problem, the shifter...
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    Thanks for the information. I found the special...

    Thanks for the information. I found the special tool (#11882-39) mentioned in the Palmer's book but did not see any photos of the it in the book.
    I did finally manage to get the two springs...
  6. Thread: 1940 45 Frame

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    1940 45 Frame

    Does any one know if the 1940, 45 solo frame has a 28 or 29 degree neck angle?
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    I got hold of a #520 o-ring master link. The pin...

    I got hold of a #520 o-ring master link. The pin length is .819. The standard#50 master link pin length is .855. The #520 should fit under the sprocket cover just fine with a little room to spare.
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    If after kicking your dragging jiffy stand back...

    If after kicking your dragging jiffy stand back up in place, you say it stayed there. You may have accidentally bumped it loose when putting your left foot down like at a stop sign, just enough to...
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    Correction, yes that was supposed to be .790 &...

    Correction, yes that was supposed to be .790 & .800
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    Thanks for checking Ryan The pin width of #520...

    Thanks for checking Ryan

    The pin width of #520 o-ring chain is .079 as apposed to standard #50 pin width of .080 they are virtually the same except #50 uses 3/8" sprocket and #520 uses 1/4"...
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    My main reason for considering sealed roller...

    My main reason for considering sealed roller chain is due to the fact that I have a very nice and expensive set of Coker white wall tires on this 1940 WLD 45. and I wish to reduce, as much as...
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    According to your chart, the #530 chain would be...

    According to your chart, the #530 chain would be going in the wrong direction. The #520 roller chain is more narrow than #50 and has the same pitch and roller diameter. It would fit inside a 45...
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    Harley has always used a final drive standard #50...

    Harley has always used a final drive standard #50 roller chain. It is .370 inside width (sprocket fit) #520 is .265 inside. I have never heard of a chain size 530.

    Oldsport
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    Rear chain conversion

    Has any one converted a 45, rear chain, over from Standard #50 to "O" or "X" ring sealed #520 chain? If so, did you find 520 sprockets or did you machine down existing standard sprockets?

    Oldsport
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    Sorry guys, I did not mean to start a family...

    Sorry guys, I did not mean to start a family feud. I do however, appreciate hearing both sides of the argument, that is the only way one can form an educated opinion.

    I thank you all for your time...
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    Thanks Eric, I shall also feed that input into my...

    Thanks Eric, I shall also feed that input into my data base.

    Oldsport
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    Thank you Cotten for the quick reply. I do...

    Thank you Cotten for the quick reply. I do appreciate your analogy, therefor I shall adjust to suit.

    Oldsport
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    clutch foot lever

    Is there an ideal friction disk setting for the 1940 clutch foot lever or is it simply adjust to taste?
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    When using the 6v solid state cut out relay, my...

    When using the 6v solid state cut out relay, my generator light would not go out. I later read (Bruce Palmer) not to use the lamp terminal on the solid state relay as it is only a grounded dummy. ...
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    Thanks Chris, I thought so but was not sure.

    Thanks Chris, I thought so but was not sure.
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    Push Rod GUARD

    If you are in need of a 1936-39 (#2345-36) clutch push rod lever GUARD, Mark Masa (mark@linkcycles.com) makes an excellent reproduction. In my opinion, better than Harley's original guard. I was able...
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    6V cutout switch

    Is this a voltage regulator or just a solid state cutout switch?19529
  23. Yes Mark, I do want one of your 2345-36 Guards. I...

    Yes Mark, I do want one of your 2345-36 Guards. I have a 1940 45 (two bolt transmission) I do believe it also fits the 1940.
    Please provide the necessary ordering information. Thank You.

    Bob...
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    Cloth covered Wire

    If you are looking for a high quality, American made, cloth covered, color coded wire for your old bike that does not fray when stripping the end for a terminal, check out
    "Rhode Island Wiring"....
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    Spark plug wrench

    For those hard to reach plugs on a flat head with aluminum heads. I bought a shower valve tool that had one end (29/32") that was a close fit for the 7/8" (28/32") hex of a Champion #D16 spark plug....
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