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I'm adding a custom primary cover, kickstand foot, chrome flywheel cover and maybe a bobbed rear fender to keep the rear wheel from throwing dirt...
After the great success I had using 3D Motorsports clutches on 3 builds, I decided I wanted one on this bike along with a kickstarter like on my...
I started building this bike over 20 years ago. John at Banzai Machine had just completed a bike and I took this one to his shop to get the motor...
Yep after getting good advice and suggestions for years, I finally got to meet Curt in person. It was a perfect day for him to visit with us...
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Hey Gilbert, you wanna mention our ride as tentative in the events section? May be more locals wanting to meet at Donut Derelicts. Just a thought.
Great job Ray. Looks killer.
yes Gilbert, we must get together this year. Lots going on here but can't forget our friends. Nice work on the fairing. Total slipstream. maybe a...
Looks awesome Gilbert.
If you're asking about the headlights on my home made bikes, it's typical of 70's mopeds.
A remote tank may be just unneeded work and expense. I wouldn't bother until I checked mileage on the stocker.
That's exactly right Curt. Very versatile.
Ebay usually has them
Here's one from Northern Tool
I've only used Peerless 100 series. Always got them used and never had a problem. I don't have a regular source.
You can use pillow block or flange mounted bearings. Balls or bronze bushings. I assume you'll be doing a lot of fab work. I have a Columbia trike...
Your new torque converter should have instructions showing different springs available to fine tune the engagement RPMs.
That's a beauty/ I would highly recommend a peerless axle with a differential.