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  1. Test alloy wheel cleaners and polishes carefully...

    Test alloy wheel cleaners and polishes carefully before you slather it all over any alloy bits. Some will badly discolor and stain the alloy. One of my renters had a meltdown and had nearly ruined...
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    In the good ol' days, People ran a fat 16" with a...

    In the good ol' days, People ran a fat 16" with a 5? cross section. 5.00x16" and now tires are measured differently, but with a hardtail. IE; Honda, Triumph Harley you ran that 16" and lower tire...
  3. As my man Marlon Brando said.. "Whatta ya got?" ...

    As my man Marlon Brando said.. "Whatta ya got?" 96304

    Although to be honest I have no idea what he is digging for but I just would like to say,

    THANK YOU FOR ONE OF THE BEST RESOURCES OUT ON...
  4. Best advice around! I am into vintage British...

    Best advice around! I am into vintage British bikes and there was a LOT of changes over the years just on the unit 650s from 63-70, let alone the entire range of twins from the prewar twins to the...
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    Yes, that is a useful thread and discussion, Those guys have a lot of experience. The long distance tourer with the...
  6. Well, I have a variety of Nortons and years from...

    Well, I have a variety of Nortons and years from my old shop I am working on after being inactive, And keeping in mind digital calipers are useful, I would not rely on them to print for manufacture....
  7. The correct answer is: "It depends" Off the top...

    The correct answer is: "It depends" Off the top of my head I generally say approx 1" inch, & TNC is mostly correct in that most 1971 C-Dos have a sealed bearing top and bottom.
    But in all things...
  8. Some one in another state could probably get it...

    Some one in another state could probably get it titled and registered, Although more and more places are connecting and might pop up if you tried to do so in another state. I sold a non matching...
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    Im no expert on HD big twins, But if I got one it...

    Im no expert on HD big twins, But if I got one it would have to be a EVO, seen way too many problems with the Twincam twinkies, Remains to be seen on the new X engines. But I know Buell and Sporty...
  10. Eh,, Never mind, here it is. (Last place I ever...

    Eh,, Never mind, here it is. (Last place I ever look, forgot I had some in a file folder,) :banghead::banghead::clap for you: So check out that scroll work! I was impressed, so was a lot of others....
  11. Nice stuff,,Long term I am sure you can do quite...

    Nice stuff,,Long term I am sure you can do quite well as side money or a full time business if interested. It used to be huge in the show world, Back when Ness was building crazy ass show bikes the...
  12. Frames and parts for CB750 and related H*ndas, as...

    Frames and parts for CB750 and related H*ndas, as well as Kawasaki KZ series used to be common in late 70s and thru most of the 1980s. Jammer cycle products had some cool catalogs and some bikes...
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    It depends a great deal on what you expect as...

    It depends a great deal on what you expect as well as what kind of riding you want to do. That bike is a period showpiece, time warp from the 70s. Would be fun to show off and ride around town. ...
  14. The Norton head stripped threads is a totally...

    The Norton head stripped threads is a totally different enchilada than the Triumphs. We did a head survey years back and found the castings were so variable with the ports varying angles and sizes....
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    All fuel problems are electrical, All electrical...

    All fuel problems are electrical, All electrical problems are fuel/carb related. Glad it worked out so far, Just my $0.02... With modern fuels they are extremely prone to clogging. If any of my...
  16. I too like the Swedish style frames, And been...

    I too like the Swedish style frames, And been tempted. I have spent time reading and looking up as many pictures of other builds to come up with ideas and any issues.
    I do have another style...
  17. Was unlucky for these poor SOB. (Remember that...

    Was unlucky for these poor SOB. (Remember that Friday is memorial day, remember those who served and those who didnt come back)

    94052

    After the war (each one) there was a LOT of surplus and big...
  18. Depends on what you mean on "laid down" I have a...

    Depends on what you mean on "laid down" I have a few... One was an over oiling event (was low and didnt realize it had wetsumped, added oil and off we went.) I was lucky as we were going to enter...
  19. BTW< love the Swedish style frame you are...

    BTW< love the Swedish style frame you are running, Always wanted to run one, I rode 2 that were built by others, one handled like shit, the other really well. Used to be some of the local clubs ran...
  20. Ehhh, Posting the Bernoulli theorem is a bit out...

    Ehhh, Posting the Bernoulli theorem is a bit out there for many, This article, when looking for more practical explanations does a better job explaining exhaust design and applications.

    See:...
  21. I clicked on this simply to see if anyone cited...

    I clicked on this simply to see if anyone cited RB Racings rantings on exhausts.. I like them and really appreciate their tech posts.
    Despite that, The best performing pipes in the Sportster...
  22. Is it true what they say about Green choppers? (Cursed?)

    I hear old tales that Green bikes (and cars) are unlucky or even cursed. I dont know about that, But I knew a guy in the military they called Kermit and he rode a Green chopped Harley, Seemed bullet...
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    TNC, thats correct, and the Jammer article I was...

    TNC, thats correct, and the Jammer article I was thinking of. I have a original copy of that chop guide, but for some reason thought it covered disc too. No matter, I have another one that shows how...
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    It depends on the bike, specifically for Brit...

    It depends on the bike, specifically for Brit Iron, ALL the dual sport models, IE: TR6C, T100C, TR5, and anything that might or might not go off road came stock with the funky & PIA rim clamps. Many...
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    In the old Jammer chopper guide (vol 1-2-3) there...

    In the old Jammer chopper guide (vol 1-2-3) there is a good tech article on how to properly mount a disc brake on a springer. Its kind of the Gold standard and one everyone uses. (These were...
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