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    It's easier to remove metal than add it. Is the...

    It's easier to remove metal than add it. Is the cover factory or aftermarket?

    Post pics of both as someone may own a match to it.
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    (Fixed the spelling) Odds are very strong they...

    (Fixed the spelling)

    Odds are very strong they chose existing seals from another caliper but I've not needed to rebuild mine yet.
    Since the pads are square if you have a sample I'd just hit the...
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    IMO your opinion is pretty fucking accurate. ...

    IMO your opinion is pretty fucking accurate. When a fuckup fucks up they blame external factors and/or invent them.
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    Pull the guts out of the master then post clear...

    Pull the guts out of the master then post clear pics of all the parts on a white background. Nobody wants to bother making custom guts so it likely fits some other HD master.

    Measure the master...
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    Phuck the phone, adults prefer emails (which keep...

    Phuck the phone, adults prefer emails (which keep a record of communications). If an email doesn't make it then ya have proof it didn't, and if you send with a read receipt ya know if it was read. He...
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    A toolpost grinder would do it. Take it to a real...

    A toolpost grinder would do it. Take it to a real production shop.

    Consider just finding a hub that fits because many shops charge $100/hour. Is this hub something special or just a hub?...
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    Should cost about what all those cans cost to...

    Should cost about what all those cans cost to powdercoat. Being paranoid I always do my own masking. RTV works great for threaded holes while allthread and washers (with RTV) seal necks from sand...
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    Is the key switch old? They are disposable and I...

    Is the key switch old? They are disposable and I get about ten years use out of Drag Specialties generics. They've been known to short to ground internally.

    I ohm across the disconnected switch in...
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    Excellent! That may come in handy for breakdowns...

    Excellent! That may come in handy for breakdowns or bringing back buys from out of state.
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    What did Google show you that you didn't like...

    What did Google show you that you didn't like when your searched "frame jig plans" so we can weigh in on something different? ALWAYS devote some time to checking out the wealth of existing info...
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    I'd disconnect all but the ignition then ops...

    I'd disconnect all but the ignition then ops check by starting then performing a charging system test with a meter. If it runs fine and tests good, connect one lighting subsystem and investigate. If...
  12. The filters just slow the dripping. I don't care...

    The filters just slow the dripping. I don't care for them either. They're decorative placebos.

    In the road draft tube car era (and on most vintage Britbikes) vents went straight to atmosphere.
  13. T-slot table fab tables are the patrician choice....

    T-slot table fab tables are the patrician choice. Of course when I hunt old mill tables someone else snags 'em first...
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    All their pics show assembled camshafts. If they...

    All their pics show assembled camshafts. If they won't make it right, file a chargeback and buy something more common like Andrews etc. I'm surprised such an established name like Lunati would fuck...
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    Have you tried pulling the clutch hub, placing...

    Have you tried pulling the clutch hub, placing the belt on the front sprocket and clutch basket, then offering the set to both shafts at once like a chain primary?

    Remember trying to push a belt...
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    What did Lunati support say when you contacted...

    What did Lunati support say when you contacted them?
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    Pretty much. Functioning democracies have more...

    Pretty much. Functioning democracies have more than two parties but Americans are gullible, stupid, ignorant and fiercely proud of it so Demublicans and Repocrats will ratfuck third parties to mutual...
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    Since you already have one belt which does not...

    Since you already have one belt which does not fit and is useless to you, I would do what I do with worn rear drive belts and cut it neatly between two teeth. ( Snips or cutting disks work nicely.)
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    Plenty of stock pans on Ebay (I was bored and...

    Plenty of stock pans on Ebay (I was bored and looked) for cheap including one NOS part but I don't know the interchange.
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    Good point! When dealing with a business I...

    Good point!

    When dealing with a business I NEVER do F&F. They can post their prices to reflect proper fucking professional behavior then fucking behave professionally. I prefer Visa because they...
  21. I'm interested in how it rides when you're done...

    I'm interested in how it rides when you're done because extending swingarms is an old dirt bike trick to get more travel and stock Sporty suspension is fucking horrible.
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    Mmmm...shouldered rims and a Wilwood caliper....

    Mmmm...shouldered rims and a Wilwood caliper. Those bars resembles the stock Sportster (XLX style) bend if ya like stainless instead of pitting. I snag 'em cheap at swap meets.
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    That one's aftermarket but this 1998 ...

    That one's aftermarket but this 1998

    https://www.carlsalter.com/mcpdf/Harley%20Davidson-Sportster%20XLH%201998%20Service%20Manual.pdf

    is factory. Note the cover style, part number and click in...
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    Congrats on scoring what you wanted. Tidy...

    Congrats on scoring what you wanted.

    Tidy build too!
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    Aluminum should be fine but the reason it's used...

    Aluminum should be fine but the reason it's used is it's CHEAP because it's EASY TO MACHINE, besides being light for racing. (BTW the whole "billet' marketing shtick is likewise based on easy...
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