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    so it means that all the weight of the fairing and the headlight is on this 2 small screws ? aie..

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex54 View Post
    so it means that all the weight of the fairing and the headlight is on this 2 small screws ? aie..
    no? all I did was remake the mounting bracket that they give you out of steel rather than their aluminum piece and integrate the idiot lights. and those small 'screws' are made from 450/630 stainless which is rated like 180,000 PSI (20% Stronger than GR8)... you could hang the motorcycle from one of them.

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    Thank you, here is a coulple more pics of some of the shit. 1993 touring trans, 07 rear swingarm/brake/wheel, orig bottom breather cases, plugged the old oil return in the trans case because it was interfering with the crank case breather, in 89 the filter mounted on the bottom of the trans so i moved the filter under seat and ran oil lines differently to work with the 93 (spline shaft) touring trans.

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    Latest pic of mine. Just need to stop being lazy and change the rear struts over to the black PC ones. New exhaust can is going on next week too, hopefully.

    Last edited by FXR1; 09-29-2016 at 8:47 PM.

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    Gotta ask for those going from Forwards to mids, what did you use for the short brake plunger?

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    the bike i bought had the stock plunger. should be able to find one online.

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    already found it thanks.

    HD has it for 9 bucks and the plunger part is 20 for a "repop"

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    hey, i've got a ton of questions, so sorry, and thanks in advance...

    i recently bought a '93 FXR-CONV and i don't dig the 1" bars, but i like the stock buckhorn bend. does anyone know if there's someone who bends custom bars? i'd like to get some 7/8" bars with the stock buckhorn bend.

    also, like hatcity, i'm wondering about the k-tech tracker cartridge drop-ins. i think they'll work, but i have the +2" forks, and i don't think k-tech makes one long enough. i was planning on calling works to ask about their drop-ins, but i don't think those are externally adjustable. also, if anyone knows a good rate for the fork springs for this bike with a 200# rider, let me know.

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    the previous owner took that pic. been removing all the "live to ride" stuff, but i'm looking for the original sissy bar. if ya got one, let me know. i want the 16" one.

    now for the bad news, something went loose inside my crankcase. found this inside the cam cover:

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    but i can't figure out where it came from. i thought it may have come from the breather window, but it doesn't fit anywhere and it was the only piece. it's cast aluminum for sure. any ideas?

    thanks,

    -dobbs

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    Check the underside of your lifter-blocks......

    RichardS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardS View Post
    Check the underside of your lifter-blocks......

    RichardS.
    i don't have the 12-point socket to remove those yet, but i felt under and i think you're right, thanks.

    gonna tear the motor down anyway and check.

    -dobbs

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    nice bike Dobbs, you should be able to just find 7/8 buckhorn bars and just replace your risers.

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    Folks that did the primary belt conversion... who sells a good kit? anything I should know before undertaking this task? anything I should do at the same time since I'll have the primary apart?

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    I wanted to do a open belt drive, and BDL makes a good kit, good price, Karate also, Need a splinned shaft (if you dont have one) and newer starter I think.

    I have been thinking of getting around this by doing a Closed primary, and cutting up the primary cover as I want it.
    Just so I dont have to go wide primary belt.

    COC FXR

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    Thanks for the info!
    I have a 93. Splined shafts started in 90, right? I don't remember.
    Jeff Wright builds the craziest stuff.

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    I got no clue lol, still learning about my 85 lol.

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    Yeah splined shafts started in 90 with a 1yr shaft (It was a splined shaft put into an 89 box), 91+ use a different splined shaft and gearsets.

    If you've got a 89 or below, Andrews make the 1990 splined shaft that will drop right in.

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    Im sure a lot of you all have done this on your own before, I never had BUT I did it for the first time

    Bearing I pulled


    First Install (Did it wrong) corrected it and it works.


    after finishing it all together rode it slightly to move and put my flag on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spade115 View Post
    Gotta ask for those going from Forwards to mids, what did you use for the short brake plunger?
    What do you mean? There is a different plunger on the front of the master cylinder? Maybe thats why I can't get my rear pedal down where it needs to be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FXR1 View Post
    Latest pic of mine. Just need to stop being lazy and change the rear struts over to the black PC ones. New exhaust can is going on next week too, hopefully.

    That's bad ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluBeaSSt View Post
    What do you mean? There is a different plunger on the front of the master cylinder? Maybe thats why I can't get my rear pedal down where it needs to be!
    Harley Part Number
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    Bearing incase you need it. lol
    37312-75



    Thats the bearing I had to replace lol.

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