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    For sure Jim, hell, I'm close enough, I'll come...

    For sure Jim, hell, I'm close enough, I'll come down and help you hook everything up
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    I haven't had much time to clean up machine...

    I haven't had much time to clean up machine lately...However. I did go to an equipment sale that was close by and made a couple good scores (I think so anyway). Another TOS, this one an SN40-B with...
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    I tend to use twist locks and SO quite a bit as...

    I tend to use twist locks and SO quite a bit as well, also pin and sleeve...fortunately i have access to alot of industrial electrical stuff for cheap.

    For rigging I usually use rol-a-lift or a...
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    Good point Rockman. If I stick with the phase...

    Good point Rockman. If I stick with the phase converter I will do so. I havent bumped the motor yet so hopefully all is well when I get it rigged up for a test run...I'll take some converter pics...
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    novice machining stuff

    Recently bought a TOS SU32/500 lathe. I have a smaller Atlas inherited from my Dad that I've learned some basics on. I plan on cleaning up this one and using for bike/farm stuff. 240v 3 phase, I...
  6. Thread: shovel heads

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    Thanks DS

    Thanks DS
  7. Thread: shovel heads

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    Working on balancing flywheels for this motor. ...

    Working on balancing flywheels for this motor. S&S recommends 60% factor. I am thinking this figure is more of a one size fits all % based on s&s wheels. Ive read Confabs thread and other stuff on...
  8. Thread: shovel heads

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    107910107911 A buddy came across these std...

    107910107911

    A buddy came across these std cases. The heads will go with this bottom end...going to assemble everything, balance, true flywheels etc, as time/money/knowledge become available...
  9. Thread: shovel heads

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    [QUOTE=farmall;854823]The gouge near the six...

    [QUOTE=farmall;854823]The gouge near the six o-clock position won't blow gaskets but it couldn't hurt to check both heads for flatness while doing everything else.

    Noted, will do. Ive got .003...
  10. Thread: shovel heads

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    Ok, thanks, that's what I was thinking for the...

    Ok, thanks, that's what I was thinking for the date (makes sense)...The castings seem pretty rough compared to my other heads, maybe just how they are though. Ive made a couple passes with my cheapo...
  11. Thread: shovel heads

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    I didnt phrase my question very well...i had read...

    I didnt phrase my question very well...i had read somewhere that heads with "flat fins" in the middle on top were later heads. So was thinking later heads that prob came originally from an 80"...
  12. Thread: shovel heads

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    shovel heads

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    I acquired these shovel heads in a trade for a few hours labor from an old timer down the road. Im getting them cleaned up pretty good. The only markings I see are what looks like a...
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    Im no expert but will throw in my 2c, which is...

    Im no expert but will throw in my 2c, which is worth exactly that...starting, how did you measure your stroke? 80" bottom with 74" top end I would think will result in no compression (or very...
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    So I checked all of my wiring and found no...

    So I checked all of my wiring and found no obvious issues. Pulled carb yet again, stripped completely and soaked, new gaskets, etc...Started on 2nd kick after 2 prime, let it run for a min, seems ok...
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    Somthing's still amiss....I'll keep digging

    Somthing's still amiss....I'll keep digging
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    Thanks, good suggestions. Im gonna try to...

    Thanks, good suggestions. Im gonna try to isolate all parts of the electrical system and go over fuel system again, as well. I'm sure it will be something simple....
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    All good, thanks. I got load test done, and...

    All good, thanks. I got load test done, and ended up buying my own load tester as well so I'll have one in the future without having to rig something up. So, battery was shot. Battery was new when...
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    Tattooo, yes, I know i need to do a load test. ...

    Tattooo, yes, I know i need to do a load test. Planning on it today, will report back....
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    Last I checked, the battery (2 days ago) was...

    Last I checked, the battery (2 days ago) was reading 12.6, but, I did not recheck yesterday when I was fucking with ignition etc...I will check again this morning, would be nice if that's all it...
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    Yes, I agree that something went amiss...

    Yes, I agree that something went amiss during/after initial ride. Plugs are black/gas fouled. I pulled carb again (downdraft manifold) looked for debris. I feel like it is carb related but I...
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    getting 77 shovel on the road

    Looking for some fresh ideas to help work out the bugs on this scooter.

    Bike: 77 fxe, A grind cam, drag pipes (i know...), SU eliminator II, points ignition, 2" open belt, pro clutch

    First ride...
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    3/4 conduit is 1 1/8 O.D. I use rigid stainless....

    3/4 conduit is 1 1/8 O.D. I use rigid stainless. There are some who may advise against it but I have used it successfully....of course I have easy access because I work with it everyday, just a...
  23. Mike at 47 did a frame for me last year. He was,...

    Mike at 47 did a frame for me last year. He was, quick, professional, easy to work with. Frame turned out nice. Just my .02....
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    Check with Jim in highpoint. He's helped me out...

    Check with Jim in highpoint. He's helped me out a good bit
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