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    Default shovelhead trike chopper

    been rolling this thing around inside my head for decades and all of a sudden the missing parts came my way in a flurry of lucky deals so i'm finally able to build it.

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    I'd don't like trikes- but i love that one! What carb are you running?

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    it's a dellortoClick image for larger version. 

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    Very nice looking start there bill....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    Very nice looking start there bill....
    thanks, the two big stickers on this bike were the rear axle and the 3spd/reverse gearbox. once i got my grubby mitts on them it was on :-)

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    Me like! Purely passenger or are ya gonna mount a cool cargo box on the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    Me like! Purely passenger or are ya gonna mount a cool cargo box on the back?
    well, gotta make someplace comfy for the old lady and some dry storage would be nice. i'm just trying to think of a sexy way to do it. my seat is going to be some kind of bucket where i can kick back and groove. got some ideas for a c cab .

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilBill View Post
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    Wow-that looks neat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilBill View Post
    been rolling this thing around inside my head for decades and all of a sudden the missing parts came my way in a flurry of lucky deals so i'm finally able to build it.

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    Is that a servi car rear end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fang View Post
    Is that a servi car rear end?
    sure is

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    Really Nice, I like the look.

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    Made any progress on this?

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    Is it locked up or one legged so one wheel gets power and the other does not. The rear end in this trike I’ve been building looks the same but it’s locked up like a posi. So it’s impossible to drive with these tires, bolth wheels spin at the same time. Do you know anything about these rear ends because I don’t
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    Servi-car Axle
    "...final drive on the Harley-Davidson Servi-car is a simple chain-drive mechanism. A chain attaches the transmission output gear to the rear drive sprocket and both rear wheels rotate at the same speed. This final-drive system was cheap to manufacture and very durable...

    Differences In Servi-car Rear Axles

    Early Servi-car axles (1934 to 1936) have a big center, with a single mechanical drum brake inside the housing. This brake has two shoes and is internal-expanding on a fixed pivot. A parking brake is mounted inside the rear axle housing.

    In 1937, the Servi's brake system was upgraded to a drum brake on each rear wheel. Somewhere in the 1940s, the axle halves were welded together instead of riveted.

    The 1941 to 1950 rear axles are slightly different than 1951-1972 units. They will fit up to 1972, but not be "correct".
    Last-year Servi-cars (1973) were disc-brake equipped and had six-stud wheels...
    + Rear Axle Truss Rods
    + Servi-car Axle Rebuild
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    http://www.classic-motorcycle-build....-car-axle.html

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