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Thread: 47 Knucklehead broken front motor mounts

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    Default 47 Knucklehead broken front motor mounts

    Good Morning,
    I have a 47 FL Knucklehead engine with both front motor mounts missing some chunks. Does anyone know a shop in Ohio that could repair these?
    Thanks,
    Eric

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    Have a photo?

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    Not sure why the pictures rotated sideways

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    Quote Originally Posted by underwel View Post
    Not sure why the pictures rotated sideways
    Because you took them with your phone...
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    I use my phone for any photos I take.
    Download to lap top.
    Occasionally the photos will rotate when uploaded.
    I have to go back to the lap top, rotate the photo and save, rotate the photo back and save.
    Then upload the photo again, It usually comes out correct.
    Annoying glitch somewhere in the process.

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    Hi Eric,
    Try George 'Geo' Roeder. Or--he'll have a line on someone that could repair it locally.
    Good Luck.

    https://www.roederracing.com

    *M.A.D.*
    Last edited by JoJo357; 10-24-2019 at 02:45 PM.

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    Don't look bad, Eric!

    But better fix them before the skilled pass on.

    Nobody local left here.....

    ...Cotten
    PS: ....I suggest piston rings for filler rod.
    (Peen every "bead".)
    Silicon Bronze is really hard to dress.
    Silversolder is great for cosmetic filler, and re-attachments.
    Last edited by T. Cotten; 10-24-2019 at 04:16 PM.
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    Aluminum, no?

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