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    Lowbrow Customs has a youtube series on...

    Lowbrow Customs has a youtube series on rebuilding them as well, and this video is amazing for all the measurements and torque values you need as well....
  2. Yup, I got the master cylinder in the mail today...

    Yup, I got the master cylinder in the mail today and theres only about 3/8" of thread before the flare, Russell makes an IF to AN3 adapter that I can use. But I don't think the thing is gonna work...
  3. Yeah, I'm going to give them a call Monday...

    Yeah, I'm going to give them a call Monday morning, probably going to call Russell too, they make the lines I plan on using for the setup.

    Thanks
    Jake
  4. Using a master cylinder threaded for 3/8-24 IF with a banjo bolt?

    So I'm trying to get a master cylinder that meets my needs for my bike build. I've ordered a Wilwood master cylinder and plan on making some levers and possibly a reservoir for it to make it look a...
  5. Yeah it's kinda disappointing honestly, but they...

    Yeah it's kinda disappointing honestly, but they make the only hydraulic clutch conversion for a 4 speed that I could find, other than Speed Dealer Customs and its ugly as homemade sin lol

    Jake
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    You can order some constant tension type clamps...

    You can order some constant tension type clamps from McMaster Carr. They're about $15 a piece for a good stainless clamp, you just need to measure and see what size you need.
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  7. That makes no sense then lol. I guess I'm just...

    That makes no sense then lol. I guess I'm just going to leave it alone and have it at an angle... Baker didn't seem very worried about it and I havn't heard anything back.

    May try and call them...
  8. Does that trans have the steel stop piece...

    Does that trans have the steel stop piece attached with the 2 countersunk screws at the bottom of the trans where the pin on the kicker gear lands?

    Jake
  9. I was wondering the same thing, you could tac a...

    I was wondering the same thing, you could tac a piece across and use a crescent wrench and it seems like they would come out pretty easy, may stick the heads in the oven for a bit first though.
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  10. Spoke to Steve at Baker, he said he's never heard...

    Spoke to Steve at Baker, he said he's never heard of anyone having trouble with this and never heard of the arm being off, I sent him an email with the pics I posted here as well. I think it's just...
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    A big difference between an FX and an FXR lol, I...

    A big difference between an FX and an FXR lol, I personally can't stand FXR's but that's why they make different bikes right?
  12. Yeah I was wondering what would be better, I can...

    Yeah I was wondering what would be better, I can just chuck it up in a 4 jaw and indicate the pin and turn the whole thing down. It would be easier to just stick it in a mill and take a few passes...
  13. Ah ok, yeah that does help, mine looks like the...

    Ah ok, yeah that does help, mine looks like the lower one, still has the countershaft nut and the lockplate for the bearing. I'll give them a call tomorrow and see what they have to say, they may...
  14. Yup, it says 77 and has the Torrington style...

    Yup, it says 77 and has the Torrington style needle bearings in it, the bike is a '78 FX.

    https://i.imgur.com/YKxIQgBl.jpg?1

    Hmm, that's odd on the pin size, I don't have the gear I took out of...
  15. I think he was talking about Baker gears in a...

    I think he was talking about Baker gears in a Harley case vs an entire Baker trans.

    I thought about milling off about 1/16" or so off the steel stop too, probably a better idea than just removing...
  16. My case is a '77 Harley case and has the little...

    My case is a '77 Harley case and has the little steel stop plate that's held in with 2 countersunk screws. The difference between the cheapo replacement gear dowl and the Baker dowl looks to be about...
  17. The one I have is a V-Twin part from JP and it...

    The one I have is a V-Twin part from JP and it just looks like shit, like someone made it with a belt sander lol.
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    You don't want to use a bit that's larger than...

    You don't want to use a bit that's larger than the threads on the bolt itself, that way if you get through the head it'll just continue on into the body of the bolt.

    That's an 8x1.25mm bolt, the...
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    Looks like you're centered for the most part. Is...

    Looks like you're centered for the most part. Is the head off the bolt yet? I'd pick up some left-handed bits and try those, you can drill a smaller pilot hole and then go to the bit you want so it...
  20. I haven't seen that one, but the Baker one is...

    I haven't seen that one, but the Baker one is polished stainless too and I don't think I'll need an offset arm with the exhaust I plan on running so I want to get a straight arm.

    Jake
  21. Welp it's all back together now, I've just gotta...

    Welp it's all back together now, I've just gotta get rid of Taiwan Ted's kicker arm and get something better. Probably going to order a Baker straight arm.

    Jake
  22. Yup, that's what it looks like... that just to...

    Yup, that's what it looks like... that just to get the arm more out of the way or something? Its messing with my OCD hella hard lol

    https://i.imgur.com/jlLByqvl.jpg?1
  23. Kicker arm angle? Its supposed to be 90 degrees right? lol

    I bought a "Function Formed" kicker cover with a hydraulic clutch from Baker because I wanted a hydraulic clutch on my 4-speed. I bought all the cheapo kicker cover and gears before I decided to drop...
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    Bike turned out great man! good job! Jake

    Bike turned out great man! good job!

    Jake
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    The springs that you took out of my S&S Heads had...

    The springs that you took out of my S&S Heads had 3 springs per valve Jesse, I'll have to look at the keepers and all when I get home to see if they look the same.

    Jake
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