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    Camsaure My take on that second from the left...

    Camsaure
    My take on that second from the left bike differs from yours.
    Looking closely at the front fenders of the second and third machines, I see a strong similarity.
    Their lack of braces...
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    Harleygreg You're not alone. I've ridden my...

    Harleygreg
    You're not alone.
    I've ridden my Panhead for fifty years without any speedometer.
    It was gone when I got the bike in the 1960's .. a previous owner had replaced it with a neatly cut...
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    Three and a half horsepower! Does it get any...

    Three and a half horsepower!
    Does it get any better?

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    Cotten I'm thinking your question is being...

    Cotten
    I'm thinking your question is being asked with something of a tongue-in-cheek attitude?
    Old carbs were built with multiple applications in mind. Use on marine engines adds features that...
  5. Thread: Beehive taillight

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    No criticism intended .. and none taken ! I...

    No criticism intended .. and none taken !

    I believe most of us are here to share and gleen the knowledge and experience of the membership.
  6. Thread: Beehive taillight

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    Eric This is an old thread. Not to chastise...

    Eric
    This is an old thread.
    Not to chastise you but the fact that Streamline tail lights are often miss-named as Beehive type .. was pointed out back in post # 20.

    My reason for posting is to...
  7. Thread: Beehive taillight

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    I had to add this link of an original that sold...

    I had to add this link of an original that sold recently on eBay .. IMHO at a ridiculous price.
    ...
  8. Thread: LE support steel

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    That I will do !

    That I will do !
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    " .. not all of the bends appear to be perfect 90...

    " .. not all of the bends appear to be perfect 90 degree angles. So that 3/4" could be somewhat interpretive "

    That's OK, the springs on my 67 year old Motor Car hack are also - somewhat...
  10. Thread: LE support steel

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    Cory Just to clarify things, the "drop" as...

    Cory
    Just to clarify things, the "drop" as measured between the yellow lines in the attach pic is: one and a half inches

    And the stud or pin is centered at half that distance or three-quarters...
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    "So, I guess that washer isn't a washer at all!"...

    "So, I guess that washer isn't a washer at all!"

    Yep, it looks like that shoulder of the stud gets two short welds to affix it to the support steel .. plus a bead on the end of the stud.
    That...
  12. Thread: LE support steel

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    Cory Thanks for those pics and dimensions -...

    Cory
    Thanks for those pics and dimensions - that looks like enough to "Git 'er Done".
    The description of 5/16" threads on the ends of the studs seemed pretty marginal for supporting the sidecar...
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    Cory Thanks for digging out your sidecar .....

    Cory
    Thanks for digging out your sidecar .. funny - how we tend to bury them during the Winter.
    The correct size for the steel is a good start.
    The radius of the 90* bend at the drop appears...
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    "Patience" .. Will be the death of us all,...

    "Patience" .. Will be the death of us all, eventually.
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    Cory Thanks for replying .. I'm in no hurry....

    Cory
    Thanks for replying .. I'm in no hurry. It took forty years to find the sidecar .. I think I can wait a few days for the dimensions to complete it !
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    Chris Thanks for the reply. My interest is...

    Chris
    Thanks for the reply.
    My interest is in bending steel to duplicate a set for myself .. as stated, I don't have the spare $$$ to buy and ship them.

    'Course .. if someone had an idle set...
  17. Thread: LE support steel

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    LE support steel

    WANTED - Accurate dimensions for 1947 LE sidecar supports
    # 6371-36 Body Support Rod, front
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    # 6375-36 Body Support Rod, rear

    I need the dimensions of the steel, width and the offset or...
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    Thanks for the reply ! Now that I know a bit...

    Thanks for the reply !
    Now that I know a bit more about what I'm looking for .. does anyone have a set ?
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    Old thread - New query Has anyone been...

    Old thread - New query
    Has anyone been successful in finding a copy ?????????????
  20. http://www.allfrictions.com/ Portland, CT - ...

    http://www.allfrictions.com/
    Portland, CT - across the Connecticut river from Middleton.
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