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    Did a check on the swing of the crank pin nut ...
    Had more than enough ...

    Also the 4-3/4" wheels got here today ...



    Monday will be seeing a lot more parts for this build ...
    ... (Be like Christmas Morning) ...
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    Jet washed the heads ..

    Got some work to do to ....

    First is to bead blast then weld up all the broken fins ..





    Got new screw in nipples coming, since I'll be using the FnA clamps they need to have good footing for a tight seal ...

    More work to come on these puppies ...

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    Getting up a box of parts to send to the chrome shop ...

    Owner wants to Powdercoat the cases and the heads black ...
    Since the black will make any chrome on the motor pop out like Pam Anderson's nipples on a cold night ...



    Thoughts are to do the lifter blocks, redo the D-Rings (Got new Pan Covers coming) The new cam cover and oil pump ...

    Did a service to the pump ...



    Lovely, the oil feed fitting has been broken off in the pump body.
    Also the relief spring is out of specs ...



    A little heat, a bit of freeze and a few cuss words that would make a Preacher blush, and out it came ...





    Now for a bit of new ...



    That outta get it working like new again ..
    On order are the 73-up speed up gears ...

    In the chrome box it goes ....

    Been a little busy preparing the right case with a few mods ..



    We have no need for oiling the primary chain No-Mo .. !!

    And ....



    Soon this will be the case vent ...
    Making up a threaded bung to weld on ... No-Mo venting from the left case ...
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    Is that just a plug pressed into the case from the factory? That thing will look good all blacked out!

    Jake

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    Yes ... A Welsh plug ...

    The Mo-Co moved the crankcase vent to that spot in 65 when the ele leg was added ...
    Since this motor will be running a belt drive, the move is a good idea just to keep any oil vapor that does make it's way out the vent far away from the drive ...

    Lost in the Sixties

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    Got alot of the work done and still got alot left to do ..



    Fixed all the threads in the heads for the Valve covers ...
    A bunch was in poor shape ..



    That chore is now history ...

    Time to box the parts up to send to the platter ...



    Valves and springs should be here any day ... That will keep me busy for awhile ...

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    Today's chores will be Fin repair ....

    Got a few broken to build back up ...

    Being the plan is to powdercoat the heads and cases black, need to have all the parts prepped for laying down the powder ...



    The Boys that og did the thread repair was heading to China with the drill bit ... Lol



    Number two spot to weld up ... ^^



    Number 3 .... ^^



    Still needs a bit of work, but going to do the others and come back to this one once the others are to this point of finish ... (Less tooling up for each one) ...





    Noooo ... That's not JB-Weld ... !!



    It was ..





    .../// https://youtu.be/glQFZ9OTs2A \\\...
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    Those fin repairs are super impressive Jesse, literally can't tell anything was ever broken.

    Jake

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    Yea totally artisan!!!

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    They look even better in person, I can barely tell where he did the repairs on mine!

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    Jesse,

    What are the 73 up speed up gears? I'm assuming they increase pump speed? I have a 58 pan that I would love to get a little more volume out of.

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    In 1973 the Mo-Co redesigned the pump drive & driven gears to have about 25% more oil volume ..

    Both the 73-up Oem gears will be plug & play on your year model motor ...

    Harley part # for the drive gear is .. 26349-73 (6 T)
    ...."......."..."..."....". driven .."..." ... 26345-73 (24T)



    The gears you see in the package are special made for 39 to 53 which are for the 52 motor that I'm building ...

    The drive gear you need is the 33-4232 shown in the S&S cat. which is the same as the Oem gear for 73-89 models ...

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    Thanks Guys ... I get lucky every now & then ..

    Now to do the rear head ...





    Lets see if the luck is still with me ...



    Getting there makes my teeth hurt ... !!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    In 1973 the Mo-Co redesigned the pump drive & driven gears to have about 25% more oil volume ..

    Both the 73-up Oem gears will be plug & play on your year model motor ...

    Harley part # for the drive gear is .. 26349-73 (6 T)
    ...."......."..."..."....". driven .."..." ... 26345-73 (24T)



    The gears you see in the package are special made for 39 to 53 which are for the 52 motor that I'm building ...

    The drive gear you need is the 33-4232 shown in the S&S cat. which is the same as the Oem gear for 73-89 models ...

    Thanks Jesse!

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    Still in the mode of collecting all the parts for the 52 build ...





    Carb box is getting kinda full ...
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    Woohoo-will you convert this to be an outside oiler?

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    No .... Going to run the og heads ...

    Had hard seats already installed and are still standing tall, guides are also in great shape ..
    If the heads was in poor running condition and needed all that work done on em, most likely a new set of re-pops would have been ordered...

    Not all that fond of working the stock heads for cams that has big time overlap due to the valve spacing Panheads have ..
    But can contend with it ..

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    My heads cost a lot to refurbish, looking back I wish i'd considered STD's Panheads.

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    Been busy on the "Billy Bad Boy 52 Pan"

    Got the carb back together in one chunk ..





    Was needing a Kick-Ass Air Cleaner for it and ran up on this one ...





    The air cleaner is made by the Japanese manufacturer Fork. A small velocity stack and a cone on the inside of the cover improve the air flow. The two-piece backing plate sandwiches a foam filter element.

    What I really like about it, it keeps the look of the old S&S mushroom bird defector alive, but with the ability to somewhat filter air ....



    Pulling the trigger very soon ...

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    Draggage, I has a hot rod
    https://youtu.be/CBX54Vv9-IY

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