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    Yeah, that does really suck, sorry about your...

    Yeah, that does really suck, sorry about your luck.
    I sometimes use a burnz-o-matic torch on occasion.
    Noticed before when I closed the valve all the way, a small flame still lingered.
    Am always...
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    Can't hurt to try it, if your twin is dual fire,...

    Can't hurt to try it, if your twin is dual fire, try #4 setting, otherwise yes into the spare parts pile.
  3. Thread: Unique Shovel

    by 10scDust
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    I remember reading about these in Supercycle...

    I remember reading about these in Supercycle magazine.
  4. Like ac72rat mentioned; Barnett's They are...

    Like ac72rat mentioned; Barnett's
    They are sending one to me as I write this.
    For my '73 FX custom foot clutch, look them up.
    http://www.barnettclutches.com/

    Their Contact Us info

    Barnett...
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    The way they fit on the crank pin, one inside the...

    The way they fit on the crank pin, one inside the other, is known as "fork and blade".
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    Alternate idea; use bushings on the forks to...

    Alternate idea; use bushings on the forks to accommodate the 1/2" axle in the 5/8" hole.
  7. Your state should have a code section covering...

    Your state should have a code section covering motorcycles in the BMV.
    I recall reading some literature, like a Russ Brown handout, from aide to injured motorcyclists, (AIM), maybe check with them?...
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    As much as it sucks, you have to always watch out...

    As much as it sucks, you have to always watch out for the other guy, be observant.
    and remember, as once told to me

    "There are old Bikers
    and there are bold Bikers,
    But there are no old, bold...
  9. Thread: VOES again

    by 10scDust
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    Thanks for sharing your knowledge, Jim. I...

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge, Jim.

    I think I am going to try to eliminate the VOES.
    The Sportster is an 883 with a trike axle.
    The old lady calls it her rat trike, no rear fenders, and it...
  10. Thread: VOES again

    by 10scDust
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    VOES again

    I apologize bringing up this subject, as many threads, are there already.
    But I cannot find resolve to my query.

    I understand the purpose of the VOES and what it is supposed to do.
    Could I even...
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    Unless you plan to keep it, Chop Cult has a...

    Unless you plan to keep it, Chop Cult has a classified section.
    Just be honest in your description.
    How much do you want for it?
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    Can you take some measurements of the bearing...

    Can you take some measurements of the bearing pockets?
    Diameter and depth of each side.

    Sidecar rims had a larger bearing on the side of the drum, the outside bearing was same as stock front or...
  13. So long as the belt runs cool, it should last a...

    So long as the belt runs cool, it should last a long time if set up properly.
    I picked up a '71 that the guy had used the original primary covers, used vented derby and inspection covers.
    The belt...
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    IMHO, to use a string works good, if the inner...

    IMHO, to use a string works good, if the inner primary cover and rear chain is removed, to clearly see the string.
    Tight against front of tranny sprocket, then with string taught, see how it touches...
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    VG info here, I also like to look at the plugs,...

    VG info here, I also like to look at the plugs, to see if it has been burning oil, you'll be able to tell.
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    Q: Shovel swingarm swap

    I have a 1973 FX apart for a bobber project.

    My question: Does anyone know if there is a fit problem switching out my square swingarm, to an older round one?
    My concern is where it fits in the...
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    That's cool! But I always park mine in gear....

    That's cool!
    But I always park mine in gear.
    Once upon a time, my 1974 Superglide, parked on a slight incline at a friends place, rolled and fell over.
    In the process it bent my buckhorns and the...
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    firstripholdmybeer, as far as Lowbrow's spacers...

    firstripholdmybeer, as far as Lowbrow's spacers advice, they have a tech support guy if you call them.
    His name is Todd, and he told me you can call even for things you did not buy from Lowbrow.
    I...
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    I agree on what farmall says. I relocated one...

    I agree on what farmall says.

    I relocated one from the bars on two different bikes.
    One needed the right hand to reach down to it, the other, the left hand.
    If you stall the engine, right hand...
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    Well, I tried the 22T comp sprocket, on my...

    Well, I tried the 22T comp sprocket, on my Shovel, and the chain is too long to adjust up enough.
    It's a new Diamond Chain Co. primary chain. 82 pins or 41 links bought from Bill's Custom Cycles.
    ...
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    I have thought a lot about this dilemma for a...

    I have thought a lot about this dilemma for a project of mine.
    Going to run a 23T on trans, 47T on rear tire.
    Contemplating 24T on trans, but all I have right now is an o-ring chain, I hear ya my...
  22. https://knoxville.craigslist.org/mcy/d/traverse-ci...

    https://knoxville.craigslist.org/mcy/d/traverse-city-1968-harley-davidson-flh/6821357279.html

    $12K for 95% original FLH
  23. Panhead cylinder question. Internal oiling.

    Is it okay to use Panhead cylinders, of the 1955 to 1962 design, where the drain back line exits into the cylinder bore, on a 1948 to 1954 design where it doesn't?
    Both styles use an oil feed line...
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    Just a tip to installing bearings when using a...

    Just a tip to installing bearings when using a drift.
    Always use a cold roll steel drift vs a brass one.
    Brass can flake off and those minute pieces can wreck havoc on a bearing!
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    Not only that... This place has some very...

    Not only that...
    This place has some very knowledgeable individuals willing to help.
    I like reading 33 lots myself!
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