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  1. All right, Sorry it took so long, But recovering...

    All right, Sorry it took so long, But recovering from Surgery and had to wait till the Ol' lady was asleep to sneak out of the house to go to storage. If you want better pix they will have to wait. ...
  2. Well, The stuff is getting so rare, I would NOT...

    Well, The stuff is getting so rare, I would NOT go butchering or modifying a factory matching numbers frame of any year up to 1970. People rationalize doing so, or parting them out but truth is,...
  3. Okay, Ill wade in here. Assuming its actually a...

    Okay, Ill wade in here. Assuming its actually a 350 frame.
    " Triumph Engine Numbers

    1937 to 1949
    The year and model were used as a prefix to the engine number
    From 1937 to 1939 the final digit...
  4. I was interested in a solid rear wheel as well...

    I was interested in a solid rear wheel as well many years ago, In the 1990s the Softails, perhaps others ran a solid alloy wheel that looked a lot like a center line style wheel for cars. I thought...
  5. The factory ran a bypass off the oil return, I...

    The factory ran a bypass off the oil return, I dont recall the ID sizes but the return line is say #2 pencil dia on the ID, and the top end bypass is a T off that line and that line is tiny and about...
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    Man that sucks! I am so sorry to see that,...

    Man that sucks! I am so sorry to see that, wouldnt wish that on anyone. What happened do you know?
    Saw on the news that there is fires in SoCal yet, Nor Cal and Oregon are getting an epic storm ...
  7. Yes, not often though. I have a photo of a...

    Yes, not often though. I have a photo of a inline 12 from a fire engine down in Texas when I was there. But the Packard motor is a sweet machine.

    Hope you dont mind, but I am going to give props...
  8. Yep, I will see what I can do on the cams, some...

    Yep, I will see what I can do on the cams, some of Connolly's specs are already published, the TIOC has posted some cam specs for many factory and aftermarket grinds, As well as I collect them from...
  9. Agricultural farming equipment is SO interesting!...

    Agricultural farming equipment is SO interesting!

    (The first pix is such a clean bike, so rare to see them stock-ish & unmolested!) I used to have a 1960 with the original pogo solo seat, I...
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    Ive got both CV and S&S Super/Short Es and like...

    Ive got both CV and S&S Super/Short Es and like them both. **IF you go CV, go to this site and follow their instructions and buy their kits. Well worth it.
    See: https://cv-performance.com/
    Fair...
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    hah! speaking of Sissy bars, true story, The...

    hah! speaking of Sissy bars, true story, The world naked bike ride, it was announced that many bars across town would be hosting after parties (Over 10,000 attend here in Oregon, go figure!) so I...
  12. Yes, TNC, you are a clever lad, Thats my buddy...

    Yes, TNC, you are a clever lad, Thats my buddy "Sweet Pete" who lives over the hill from me. Finder of treasure and lost artifacts.

    I also just got this in as well from another local who is into...
  13. 1950s Triumph period survivor, Looking for its backstory. (Oregon)

    So a friend purchased a local Triumph that has some history and looking for information on its past, most of which has been lost to time. I am unclear on all the details, But in the 1960s the bike...
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    Dude, seriously? Are you really 16 yrs old?? ...

    Dude, seriously? Are you really 16 yrs old?? WTF? How cool is that! As long as you really arent #1Wing pretending to be someone else, 3 cheers for the youth of today.

    Yes, more pictures needed...
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    Post good pix and measurements of the part thats...

    Post good pix and measurements of the part thats missing. TNC seems good at ID'ing period front ends,, on the springer "How do they ride" post I inserted some period photos of the Jammer catalog as I...
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    The early 3 piece cranks still have a sludge...

    The early 3 piece cranks still have a sludge cavity, They still gum up just like the later ones. But the early cranks were weak and spindly, so were the rods and ran on Babbit instead of bearing...
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    Was looking for something else and came across...

    Was looking for something else and came across this website where a photographer posted some great photos of our local vintage club show earlier this year. (Theres a part 1 & part 2) English and...
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    I live up in the foothills near Mt Hood here in...

    I live up in the foothills near Mt Hood here in Oregon. (Near Portland) Great roads both on pavement and off,, And we often get a nice crisp clear fall or winter day thats awesome to ride in. Just...
  19. Well, lets get your info out there.... I see on...

    Well, lets get your info out there.... I see on your profile you are just up the road from me,, Oly, (Seen any Artesians? I have!) Ill check out your site more tonight, but your cover blurbs have...
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    The problem is the British used odd sizes that...

    The problem is the British used odd sizes that are now obsolete, So sourcing bearings aint so easy. Same with neck bearings, most are little balls in a cup but the machined sizes are all odd. For...
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    Good job, I have a Paughco Sporty Chop frame I...

    Good job, I have a Paughco Sporty Chop frame I picked up as it had the right rake and lines I wanted, Its a roller right now with no motor but I knew buying it there was issues and likely WHY the...
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    I have never seen that site before, But thank you...

    I have never seen that site before, But thank you for posting, There is some excellent ideas there that I can use. I will slurp the tech off there and put it in a PDF and print it out. Someone...
  23. Any of you Chuckleheads coming in 2020? ONE Moto show. Cool video recap of the 10th

    Portland Oregon, land of ill repute. 2020 dates are set, Feb 7-8-9th. Here is a cool video of a recap with some typical crazy humor of the 2019 event. (See if you spot DTIA) Many other cool past...
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    That looks like a good solution, I will check...

    That looks like a good solution, I will check those out, Many of the original springs were just whatever they could source in the 60s-70s-80s, plus it was more important the chrome looked good. ...
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    Thats a nice looking Triumph setup there, I like...

    Thats a nice looking Triumph setup there, I like it, really enjoy the extra light down low, Was thinking of something similar on my rider. I dont generally like a Maggie sticking out of the side...
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