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    1937 trans case

    Check your Private Messages regarding repairing this case
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    It looks very similar to the 11962-X Stand that...

    It looks very similar to the 11962-X
    Stand that appears in the 1929 Dealer Edition Accessories catalog. Your lock mechanism on the movable center is different though.
  3. Thread: Dave Benassi

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    Terrible news and a gut punch to start the week ...

    Terrible news and a gut punch to start the week
    I appreciate you posting this up Jerry as I had not heard the news
    Dave was what this thing is all about, a selfless contributor to what we do
    I...
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    Amazon has Yuasa brand dry for $50.00 or a brand...

    Amazon has Yuasa brand dry for $50.00 or a brand called Everlast for $40.00 that includes the acid pack.
    Everlast? Is that like the old "Lifetime" clutch cables?
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    Here's another one. ...

    Here's another one. ...
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    My apologies Bob. You are correct as I totally...

    My apologies Bob. You are correct as I totally missed the photo of the "washer" you posted. In fact until right now I never realized it was removable. But I believe my point is still valid. That...
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    I think you had it right the first time bob....

    I think you had it right the first time bob.
    46128-48 is the external washer that goes under the nut. I believe they were originally copper or possibly aluminum? There is no part number for the...
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    I believe that steel insert with the flat side is...

    I believe that steel insert with the flat side is cast into the aluminum slider? Hard to believe it could leak.
    Usually a leak at that location is cause by the surface where the larger of the two...
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    We are liking it, thanks. Not quite done moving...

    We are liking it, thanks.
    Not quite done moving the shop stuff but will be back north in April to finish the job.
    May see you then at the Omaha Chapter monthly get together.
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    Hello Jerry! Good to see you here. Have you been...

    Hello Jerry!
    Good to see you here. Have you been lurking and reading along or are you new to the site?
    Welcome in any case.

    Scott
  11. These work in the J-slot type...

    These work in the J-slot type
    https://www.jerrygreersengineering.com/part_view.php?search_string=JG-2922
  12. I should mention that if your Vending or having a...

    I should mention that if your Vending or having a motorcycle Judged you can get in on Thursday morning once they get set up.
    Generally about 10 AM
  13. Hmmmm, try this again...

    Hmmmm, try this again...
  14. Plenty of options according to Google...

    Plenty of options according to Google...
  15. Thread: 1949 FL Fork

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    The bike in question is a very late production...

    The bike in question is a very late production 49. Less than 200 units prior to the 13XXX number last 49 quoted in Palmer's.
    It's got the cast numbers on the sliders but I believe that carried on at...
  16. Thread: 1949 FL Fork

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    1949 FL Fork

    Is it known when, in the 1949 Model year the Fork Sliders changed from black painted to polished?
    Searched around a bit but could find any information. I have a high number VIN 49 in the shop and it...
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    I didn't see a Flathead listed by him but he did...

    I didn't see a Flathead listed by him but he did list a Panhead for sale.
    After some give and take that thread disappeared also.
    I think he was suspected of being a scammer.
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    I should have been clearer. I drill them by...

    I should have been clearer.
    I drill them by hand, carefully.
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    "To HD it is" If you"re planning on going to a...

    "To HD it is"
    If you"re planning on going to a dealership for that part be sure and let us know how it works out for you.
    But as an alternative, if you measure your pivot post you can always drill...
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    Thanks Mick for posting that. And thanks Tommo...

    Thanks Mick for posting that. And thanks Tommo for identifing it.
    That's the mod I was referring to in Steve's 27 Cutdown thread.
    Tommo, just to clarify a bit, do you believe it was a running...
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    What I refered to as a dust cover is the Wheel...

    What I refered to as a dust cover is the Wheel Bearing Locknut Retainer, part #43592-70 was used 1970-72. I'm asssuming that was when the spacer became double flanged and would be the guy your...
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    The difference in the two spacers is related to...

    The difference in the two spacers is related to the hub change made in 1967. 1966 was the last year for the "Star" hub. 67 was the first year for the sealed type ball bearings. I would suspect that...
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    Great stuff! Not to wander off topic too far,...

    Great stuff!
    Not to wander off topic too far, but years ago I had a J model spring fork that was heavily reinforced.
    I have searched my picture files to no avail. But it had a layer of material...
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    I've got to disagree with the assumption that a J...

    I've got to disagree with the assumption that a J fork and the 28-29 brake anchor gusset would be insufficient for a properly sized disc set up.
    I know they look spindley compared to the later forks...
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    What role could a mis-alligned shifter fork play...

    What role could a mis-alligned shifter fork play in this problem?
    If you have an allignment tool I would check the shifter fork spacing prior to disassembly just to be sure they are spaced correctly.
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