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    Quote Originally Posted by nobattfxr View Post
    Mike Hamburg sold what used to be Trock tools already? He was a most suitable successor to Trock sr.

    Not sure how to take your question.... ???

    Mike sells repop Trock Tools... He makes them now...

    The plate that mounts in a lathe (At least a 15" swing or a drop bed will be needed) for doing the alt. case ring repair and bolt down heads for a surface job, he has repo-ed...



    Valve checkers = He has



    Nose cone cam cover puller = Yup



    Cam Jack = Yup



    Rocker Arm refacer = Yup



    CV fuel inlet repair tool and the 360* fitting = Yup



    Jug Lapping ring = Yup



    Fork Spring Compresser for 39mm ...

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    An inventive fellow for sure. The custom lathe " faceplate" is a dandy idea, and of course could be made from a common faceplate if circumstances require.

    If anyone needs blank faceplates they are available as are blank chuck backing plates in various spindle thread sizes.

    Looks like that cam cover puller required some extra torque at one point! Nuthin' tacking a nut over the damage or substituting a cap screw wouldn't solve. EDIT: Nice pic swap!

    Used quality US-made industrial lathes can be had cheap if ya ain't afraid to move them, and mills can be had reasonably. I'd like to see more bikers and gearheads buy them and I've helped my friends move theirs.
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    Dragstew, you said Mike Hammer. The last guy I bought a trock tool from, cam end-play checker, was named Mike Hamburg. Figured he must have sold out, I haven't needed anything in awhile.Click image for larger version. 

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    Farmall, I got an old South Bend out of a school back east. Cost me as much in shipping to get it to Denver as the lathe itself. To get it up here they wanted another $1800. Being Scotch, I wnet and got it in Denver, 8 hours. I make face plates up for various operations.

    My South Bend "Aida" weighs about what my ex-mother in law does but is way more useful, much better tempered.
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    I had his last name recorded wrong in my Quickbooks files...
    It is indeed Hamburg...

    Say is that lathe a Super 10 ..???
    Most Schools like using those....

    (It looks much bigger than the Super 10's)
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    I'm relieved Hamburg is good guy.

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    Reading Micky Spillane while doing Quickbooks?

    13" most perfect ways I've ever seen. Same manufacture year as me. Cross slide has some school problems, also seems like 45% of the large heavy objects that ever got near it were dropped on it.

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    For those that are not familiar with Micky Spillane...

    He was Tough-Guy Writer Of Mike Hammer Detective Mysteries....

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    [QUOTE=nobattfxr;714064

    Would like to see the Dyna setup. Worth a thousand words yah know.
    [/QUOTE]

    The owner asked me if I tried to start it...

    Told him that with what he told me about how it sounded the last few licks it did running that I didn't think it would be a good idea....

    Pulled off the outer pri. cover and did a test spin on the crank...
    Not good with the crank going solid.... Something big has let go in the motor for it to be singing this song...

    ..../// https://youtu.be/O29WvCcp7zY \\\....

    Well.... He did say when he does something, he don't half-ass it...
    ................................... OK ... .............................
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    Parts that are supposed to be indoors trying to get out?

    Had customers start those in the drive, me yelling shut it down, shut it down. It's almost always easier to fix if the cases are only in two pieces with the vertical parting line as intended.

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    I think I found the problem....!!!

    Took a bore scope for a down hole look in the jugs...
    In the front jug I see not one but two carb to air cleaner bolts in-bedded in the piston...

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    Oh that's not a problem with Dynas, FXRs yes but not Dynas

    Never seen one with two bolts in the piston, usually at least one gets out the exhaust.

    Pictures? New thread? this one is supposed to be machine porn not wreckage.

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    Just had a chat with the owner..

    He said that the HSR carb had one hole of the three mounting holes stripped out... Said that he left it out...
    Hadn't pulled the air cleaner just yet... But if that is so... There will be none to see...!!!!

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    .....// What da Fu** \\.....

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    Now how in the Hell can this be...

    I strongly believe that there is more to this story than I'm being told..

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    An HSR?

    I haven't seen an air cleaner set up that would let the bolts in if the backing plate or cover was intact. The sleeves sure, but they're usually threaded. I haven't seen them all though I'd wager.

    Whadaya got?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobattfxr View Post
    An HSR?

    Whadaya got?
    What I got is a mystery ... ???

    Those bolts are not from the air cleaner..
    It's as if someone pulled a spark plug and dropped them in....???

    I wonder if one of his ex's is out to get him....

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    front cyl or rear? or both?

    pop a head

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    Front...

    Yeah that's the plan...

    Bet the head will look like 10 miles of gravel road...

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    Outstanding machinist forum every pro or hobby machinist can learn from. Metrology section and vintage machinery areas are good stuff.

    Here's the South Bend forum: http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/

    Nice borescope pic. It's either an epic dumbass story or someone didn't like the owner.
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    The Practical Machinist Forum is incredible, wealth of knowledge from diverse disciplines. Welding, woodworking, if you can do it with tools it's represented.

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    The shop got the pistons in... Going to get them to me so I can do the final fit....
    They also pulled the heads apart and want the seats cut and face the valves...
    Kinda wondering what heads are in use with the 1200cc pistons..
    If they are the 883 heads, wondering if the chamber was opened up or reverse dome pistons are used...
    Soon will be seeing what is what...

    Got another " Boring Job" to do on the 98 FXDWG....
    Owner wants to go to a 4-5/8" stroke and keep his jugs in play...
    Will be doing a next size up hone-over on them, once the stroker pistons gets to me....
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