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    Another check showed need for a bit of work ...

    Oil path to pinion shaft ...









    Lowered the bushing oil feed hole a little just to make sure ...

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    Got some work to do here to get rid of a bunch of slop ...



    ... /// https://youtu.be/f8VoSM0VrQU \\\ ...




    Looking a wee bit rough as a corn cob ...

    What I'm attempting to accomplish is getting the back-lash down to specs ...
    At the moment it's way out there. Got a Nos Oem 13T on the way ...
    Hoping it will do the trick ..

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    Took a long while to get to this point in the build ...









    70-up Seal is installed ...
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    Set up the end-play on the C.B. & Gen idle gears, fart with the gen back-lash and lower end be Done !!



    Almost forgot this ...



    It'll be stuck where the sun don't shine ... !!

    (No not there, goes in the cam cover breather stand pipe)

    ... /// https://youtu.be/OrQZBTkvV8I \\\ ...



    More checks are on the horizon ....
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    Meanwhile ....


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    Looking real good...

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    ok gotta ask about the standpipe breather thingy. You gotta pull the freeze plug to insert it? Do they have this in there stock? What are the advantages and where would you buy, one? If I saw it at the swapmeet I would be thinking somebody lost their paint mixer! LOL Never seen anything like it and just asking
    Last edited by flatman; 10-17-2021 at 7:07 PM.

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    AIR/OIL SEPERATORS


    These are Original Equipment parts. pn 25329-91

    First fitted as Original Equipment on 1991 model Big Twins, these little baffles can be used in the cam cover stand pipe on any Big Twin model to cut down on messy oil transfer problems.

    ... Greenpeace will love ya ...


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    You rock! Thanks for the education.

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    If I Rock .. ??
    Then you must .....


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    Say, would you list again what splined sprocket shaft to run when using Knuckle Works left side case to short shaft tranny? With posts missing I can't scroll back and find it.

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    If you're using his Knucklehead left side case 1941-1947 with the Timken style bearing ..



    The S&S # 33-2002 would be the choice ... 1955-64 with the late communize taper with keyway ...
    (Would need special made flywheels for this arrangement)

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    Fellows who holding ... ??

    Got a wild hair to run a "Karata Enterprise" 63000 Magneto ...



    Called the company and was told they was out of stock and had no idea when they would be back in stock ...

    Since this old motor is old, my thoughts are to run one of these long ago Mags ...
    (Think it would be slick as a Minnow's peter !!)
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    Not sure how magnito degrees work (harley being 45) but you might be able to adapt a VW scintilla or vertex mag. At least its a vertical mag and they dont have that ugly external coil like the Karata.

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    Dang good idea ....

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    farmall and I been in the think tank on how he wants to build his 48 ...
    Pretty much going to be the same as this 52 build with the left side case supporting the 69-up Timken bearing and splined motor sprocket shaft ..
    We're bouncing ideas off the wall to see what sticks at the moment ..

    Hoping he'll start a new thread with what he's sending down to me ...
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    Got some wild ideas for the 52 ...

    Here we go ...
    Keeping the old looks going on with the build, owner is thinking about a 10" over narrowed VL fork with a 64-72 XL drum brake on a 21" using a Edlund 2" up, 34* rake frame ...



    Awhile back "doombuggy" had these thoughts in mind of doing, but didn't ....
    We might just get to see that combo of parts come together ... ??



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    damn that looks good

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    Will be rocking the Ol School look with a custom touch ..

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    Found the 64-72 XL brake drum already.... Bone stock with rusty spokes ... It will be chromed and laced using SS spokes and a nice new 21" rim ...

    That's the first drop in the bucket for the chassis ...

    Might get super trick with the rear brake too ...

    Last edited by Dragstews; 10-25-2021 at 11:20 PM.

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    Beautiful rear brake set up, ungodly expensive, but absolutely beautiful!! Hydraulic if memory serves.......
    Last edited by flatman; 10-25-2021 at 11:55 PM.

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