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    Thats a job that any competent welder can do,...

    Thats a job that any competent welder can do, doesnt need to be a bike shop. Try a google search for your area with metal fabricators, welding, etc
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    "Police Heavy Duty" clutch plates

    "Police Heavy Duty" clutch plates for BT 4 speeds. Why are they more heavy duty than OEM plates at the time
  3. Don't see how its harder to install. Myself I...

    Don't see how its harder to install. Myself I always hated those clips that need to be removed/installed in the Ram Jett nylon set up (which I have used on other builds and liked). Also, no need...
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    Not anything "special", its just no contact info...

    Not anything "special", its just no contact info on thier website Weird to me at least
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    Guess its also called Tedds Cycle. Teds Cycle...

    Guess its also called Tedds Cycle. Teds Cycle Shed, etc, etc Even V Twin?........................ If thats the case, why go under so many names
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    justpanhead.com for real?

    I just visited justpanhead.com.

    There are no phone numbers or physical adress for the company ANYWHERE on thier website. That could shout scam to me...

    Has anyone heard of, or better yet,...
  7. Guess Ill go with no extra steel plate since I...

    Guess Ill go with no extra steel plate since I dont have a Karata pri belt drive set up

    Just curious why the dif if running a Karata set up
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  9. V Twin "Tamer style" clutch retainer kit for '41-'84 BT's questions....

    I've had this kit just laying around for like 10 years and I dug it up today. Its a V Twin Tamer style clutch retainer kit for 41 - 84 big twin basket style clutch basket


    Hit this link and...
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    Contact SS?

    Contact SS?
  11. Farmall hit it Decades ago I was into...

    Farmall hit it

    Decades ago I was into electronics. It started with am/radio kit, Radio Shack was big back then in dif types of kits: You got a circuit board, all the resistors, switches,...
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    I would swear back in the 80's, day, Superior...

    I would swear back in the 80's, day, Superior cycle, or another company, sold a rear fender set up that looked almost like it, but it had more sqaure angles to the fender on the sides
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    Whats old is new again

    Whats old is new again
  14. Good luck: Returning electronics is always a...

    Good luck: Returning electronics is always a dicey issue with vendors: Hopefully they will come thru
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    I used washers as already said Cant stand the...

    I used washers as already said Cant stand the rubber bushings
  16. I had either a Franks or Cycle electric on an old...

    I had either a Franks or Cycle electric on an old pan I had. What I really liked about it is it had a red diode on the cover that glowed when it was charging/working. You just looked at it when the...
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    Slight disagreement here The civvy version of...

    Slight disagreement here The civvy version of the WLA had the same small axle as well (I remember when I restored that 45's springer and I saw the axle I was like, Really? It looked like a...
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    I had a set of t stars I bought back in like 2009...

    I had a set of t stars I bought back in like 2009 I remember them being well made and beefy. Looks good on that sportie
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    Not chopped: Pretty much the main components are...

    Not chopped: Pretty much the main components are stock or bolt on aftermarkets. Allot of the parts are used evo-later parts I modded to fit You cant see it, but I like the skull dash, always liked...
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    [QUOTE=JBinNC;860502]You are thinking of Ed Rich,...

    [QUOTE=JBinNC;860502]You are thinking of Ed Rich, in Asheboro, NC. American Classics, with the restaurant. He is still there. I saw him at the Denton AMCA meet two weeks ago. And I don't think he has...
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    JB, You are in NC I lived there until 2008. ...

    JB, You are in NC

    I lived there until 2008. When I built this WLA there was guy in NC that had a really cool working old school cafe with a display of a shop from the 1950's nearby. It was...
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    Couldnt agree more with the proper belt tension: ...

    Couldnt agree more with the proper belt tension: I cant count how many times a primary or secondary belt I have seen was WAY TOO TIGHT. IMHO, thats what happened to the dual belt FXB in the 80s. ...
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    WL vs UL Why not the UL?

    20 years ago I restored a WLA, 45 incher of course.

    In that 2 year build period I did ALLOT of homework on the 45 in both civvy and military dress. It was easier/cheaper back then to restore a...
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    More info needed. Belts tend to limit size for...

    More info needed. Belts tend to limit size for some chain frames w/o a little work (offset tranny mounts). I have run a belt with a 180 tire on a rigid frame made for chains. A little tight but...
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    Ok You rode it and the belt broke: Outside of...

    Ok You rode it and the belt broke: Outside of the expense, not a big deal. No, your pulley will not rotate easily with just your fingertips when in gear even with the clutch engaged

    I had rear...
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