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    TIP: After the bead is broke loose, remove the...

    TIP:
    After the bead is broke loose, remove the tire starting at the valve stem, one bead at a time.
    The bead needs to drop into the rim's recess, it can cut, or ruin a valve stem by not starting at...
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    I did the same as Confab. Bought Weaver tire...

    I did the same as Confab.
    Bought Weaver tire machine and balancer machine.
    Also purchased the adapters for motorcycle tires.
    I've changing tires by hand since a teen, started on split rims with a...
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    When it comes to washing the bike, I have found...

    When it comes to washing the bike, I have found that baking soda works great at removing bugs and their guts.
    First water rinse bike.
    With a soft cotton towel, thoroughly wetted, pour on the...
  5. Dragstews posted a good link for those bearings....

    Dragstews posted a good link for those bearings.

    I just want to add from my professional background in machine repair, without getting too deep.
    Bearings are measured for size dimensions most...
  6. My concerns would be twofold. First; is there...

    My concerns would be twofold.
    First; is there enough female thread for the banjo bolt to secure the fitting without bottoming out into the IF portion the hard lines seal against?
    Second; is the...
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    Thanks for all the advice and recommendations....

    Thanks for all the advice and recommendations.
    ChopCult rocks!

    What I am thinking about doing, and that is, rebuilding the rear cylinder, or replacing it if I deem it needed. (I have that...
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    1971 FLH brake fluid.

    I have a 1971 FLH mostly stock with drum brakes.

    Recently I replaced the rear brake master cylinder. I found some old specification information that tells me this:

    "Recommended Fluids...
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    I always wondered about the day when someone goes...

    I always wondered about the day when someone goes looking for a vintage, say Evo, Sportster. Only to find that the majority of them have been hard tailed by todays trend.
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    My 2017 dresser came equipped with the LEDs, they...

    My 2017 dresser came equipped with the LEDs, they are a brighter white, but don't seem to flood the field like I would like at night time. That's why I added a small after market one onto the...
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    I even noticed the "Events" page is wiped too. :(

    I even noticed the "Events" page is wiped too. :(
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    Add the neck bearings and stem

    Add the neck bearings and stem
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    If it were me, I would put something between the...

    If it were me, I would put something between the pads to eliminate the possibility of popping the piston(s) out.
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    They're all correct. Realize it is a "pressure"...

    They're all correct.
    Realize it is a "pressure" switch, so until you feel the pressure resistance pulling the lever, no signal connection will be present to complete the circuit.
    My 2cents...
  15. I like the beer dispenser idea. :clap for you: I...

    I like the beer dispenser idea. :clap for you:
    I save my old Harley (junk) pieces for wall art throughout the cabin here.
    I have an '02 TC engine on the wall, had a '73 Shovel engine on the...
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    Check the wires for the controls, they may be out...

    Check the wires for the controls, they may be out of place, or not in the dimples. They should close up without a gap.
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    I have one experience, and it was positive....

    I have one experience, and it was positive.
    First research the seller, on 33, I look to see how long of a member he has been, if there are any comments in his profile that are good.
    My seller had...
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    What I know, and good to keep in the back of your...

    What I know, and good to keep in the back of your mind is to have something on the opposite side of where you are hammering. Whether it's an anvil of sorts, or even another hammer head so you are...
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    I think you want the best of both worlds. Free...

    I think you want the best of both worlds.
    Free machining steels typically have lead (sulfur in some) added into the composition to make it easier on the cutter, machinery doing the cutting, chip...
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    1.) I would verify the white wire is actually for...

    1.) I would verify the white wire is actually for the lamp's ground.
    2.) With both lights hooked together on the one side of the switch, power would back feed through and have both lights on with...
  21. Thread: Yay sunshine!

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    We're getting some great weather for riding here...

    We're getting some great weather for riding here in SE TN.
    Albeit the world has gone upside down some on the Covid-19, no matter how you feel, stay safe.
    From here in Monroe Co, west into NC Graham...
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    Having spark at the plugs, but at the wrong time,...

    Having spark at the plugs, but at the wrong time, it's not going to start.
    If you were not inside the cam cavity, by taking the cover off, you do not need to check cam placement timing.

    You need...
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    I want to share an experience I found today. I...

    I want to share an experience I found today.
    I have been following this thread among others, and now experiencing a similarity, with a 1973 80" shovel I rebuilt over the winter, now weather good...
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    Sticky: Retired machine repairman, machinist, rig...

    Retired machine repairman, machinist, rig mechanic, motorcycle hobbyist...
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    Is that the chamber below the crank case...

    Is that the chamber below the crank case breather, where a small pipe is in there and the cam cover has a pipe that protrudes into that chamber?
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