Kevin Underwood is building a Tedd Knuckle with parts supplied by Chuck @ Kick-Start. He's sending me some Pix of the project and I will post a few. When asked what main tools are used in it's construction, Kevin replied, "A stick-welder and a die-grinder". He thought he had been "singled-out" (aka. "I didn't sign-on for this b.s.") by V-Twin, when he had to ream out a portion of the Knuckle aluminum rocker cover, in order to fit the top and lower valve spring covers into the opening, and then do a couple of other "fit" mods.; until he received the complete Knuckle motor from Tedd and saw that they had to make the same adjustments! We could do a whole manual on "fit mods.", but they would be remedied and history by press time. He had problems with the primary belt drive and the transmission adjusting screw not being able to pull the trans. back against the stiff belt. Couldn't even get the 1" belt-slack needed, without the trans. adjusting screw buckleing. He's running a chain instead. I'm forging through with the 1-1/2", 11mm. belt primary. Do you guys want to hear about this re-pop Knuckle building or only just antiques? Give us some scoop, if you own or are building a Knuckle. If you ride an Indian or anything else, you might want to go and seek out your "favorite ride" catagory to post on. There's only been one person that's posted anything about Knuckles and that was a question about '40 wheels which received a cursory answer back in Sept.