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    Good luck to you and thank you for all of the...

    Good luck to you and thank you for all of the help!!!!
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    Should be a cover or lid on the ignition switch...

    Should be a cover or lid on the ignition switch (turn type switch) key hole is under there. If not there, the ignition switch is not original. Carry on.
  3. Thread: 6X15 tires

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    Maybe this helps: ...

    Maybe this helps:

    https://www.cokertire.com/tires/styles/military-and-truck.html?tire_rim_diameter=1714
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    Have you tried polarizing the generator???

    Have you tried polarizing the generator???
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    When I do tank badges (modern bikes, stick on...

    When I do tank badges (modern bikes, stick on badges) I like to take the bike outside so I can get far away from it. Then I use blue tape to hold it in place after moving it around. Usually it is...
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    Panz, as an Architect we spend lots of time...

    Panz, as an Architect we spend lots of time making things as perfect as possible. Drafting is an art form which I am proud to be able to do, by hand or on a computer.

    That said, about 12 years...
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    Need a more information. Are you coming over...

    Need a more information.

    Are you coming over with a bike you currently own and have a title for?

    Or are you buying a bike here?

    If buying it here, does the current owner have a title? Or if...
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    Michael Lichter has also been posting pics from...

    Michael Lichter has also been posting pics from the road:

    https://www.instagram.com/michaellichterphotography/
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    Palmer gives a really good description of how to...

    Palmer gives a really good description of how to install the foot board mats in his book, pictures and all. Give it a read, I believe I just used an older blunt chisel. Good luck.
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    I never understood the need, I am 6'1" and my...

    I never understood the need, I am 6'1" and my knee as very far away from the shifter on my 45 when in 3rd. But the advertisement talks about when riding two up, which I have never done. I guess when...
  11. Very cool video, thanks for posting

    Very cool video, thanks for posting
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    I agree they should work, but for me they are...

    I agree they should work, but for me they are more for rolling the bike around and being able to stop it. Think pulling up to a red light and just rolling the last 10', or rolling her around the...
  13. Dude, take your foot off the gas pedal for a...

    Dude, take your foot off the gas pedal for a second. I was nothing but complimentary of the meet, I only commented that the majority of the vendors were selling Indian stuff, and I stand by that...
  14. Good size meet, seemed like lots of vendors still...

    Good size meet, seemed like lots of vendors still there on Saturday morning, I rolled in at 9:00 AM. But these things are regional, New England gets you Indian parts as far as the eye can see. Great...
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    Good product, would recommend. BUT you must have...

    Good product, would recommend. BUT you must have a coil with the correct OHM's or it will eat the coil, constantly. Call the guy and get the scoop so you only have to do it once. I current run a 3...
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    Intake leak is the common cause of excessive...

    Intake leak is the common cause of excessive kicking to start. Time for the bubble test. Good luck.
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    Bubble test is mandatory before any kind of...

    Bubble test is mandatory before any kind of tuning, if the manifold is leaking all sorts of bad and strange things will happen preventing you from tuning the bike. Hopefully others will jump in about...
  18. Thread: Trumansburg

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    We are going for the entire week, found a cabin...

    We are going for the entire week, found a cabin on Lake Seneca about 10 miles away. Yes, too expensive but we decided this is our summer vacation, so we ponied up the cash. IF the cabin is half of...
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    If you are trying to source the Comfort Flex...

    If you are trying to source the Comfort Flex mechanism, be aware there is an early and later version. The early one is as shown by Robbie, attaching to your existing pogo. The later version does not...
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    Bike must be vertical, you should see the oil...

    Bike must be vertical, you should see the oil when you remove the fill plug. If you fill it on the jiffy stand, she will leak. I like to fill it pretty much to the opening, just before it starts to...
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    I bought the one from Carl's, my original was...

    I bought the one from Carl's, my original was leaking. The Carl's unit does not leak, probably three years now. And he is a good guy, maybe no reason to re-invent the wheel, just sayin', good luck.
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    Thanks Paul

    Thanks Paul
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    I change mine every Spring, not a lot of money or...

    I change mine every Spring, not a lot of money or time. You will be surprised how sludgey the oil gets at the bottom. Yes that is a word from a technical bulletin. Good luck.
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    Take a look at the link that Paps provided to...

    Take a look at the link that Paps provided to you, it is what many of have used as the Bible for rebuilding 45 transmissions. I used his write up while double checking some stuff with Palmer. Also,...
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    Hey, looking long and hard for a narrow brace 45...

    Hey, looking long and hard for a narrow brace 45 front fender to complete my '46 WL. I can work with something that has been bobbed, just not butchered. What are you holding??????
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