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  • Head bolts torque

    I need a better way to torque the heads on my shovel than a curved box end wrench. What's available and where can I get one?
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Wed, Dec 11 2002
  • Re: bike lifts

    ive been naughty but i still want bike lift!!!! Handy industries has one for 780.oo Have to pay extra for wheel vise they have really gone up in price.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Sat, Dec 7 2002
  • Re: bike lifts

    a manual lift for the same price as sears hydralic lift? a friend who does bikes along with cars in his shop, modified a jiffy lift for cars that is usually used for tires etc and can have two bikes up on it.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Sat, Dec 7 2002
  • Re: bike lifts

    The economy route to lifting your iron can be found at your local harbor freight store. Bought their manual lift for $99.00 and found it to be just fine for my FLT.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Fri, Dec 6 2002
  • Re: Bigger drive sprocket

    That is just wrong. Thanks anyway.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Tue, Nov 12 2002
  • Re: Bigger drive sprocket

    sfranta Just how pricey is it? Should we whisper?
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Sun, Nov 10 2002
  • Re: Bigger drive sprocket

    A parts house in Arlington Texas has a 48 tooth sprocket and they want $150.00 plus shipping. Another parts house quoted me $350.00 for a 46 tooth. My as_ is preparing for reaming.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Sun, Nov 10 2002
  • Re: Bigger drive sprocket

    seemed like one of the dealerships in or around portland ore. had the parts for the enclosed rear chain. i saw it some where now if i can just remember, yea right, it may have been latus motors. not tryin to take away from ya steve just tryin to help him out..ha
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Sat, Nov 9 2002
  • Re: Bigger drive sprocket

    What a concept, I actually checked the manual. The 80 year got 48 teeth sprockets and 81/82 got 46 teeth. There is no market for after market suppliers so none available. Looking into salvage sites for an answer.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Sat, Nov 9 2002
  • Re: Bigger drive sprocket

    Oops. Guess both the parts puller and I didn't know what a 1980 FLT wheel sprocket looks like. Got the wrong one. Looks nothing like a big twin sprocket for that year. Sunday was a long day for nothing. Put my stuff back together and sending the sprocket back tomorrow. Think I will sell it.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by mwilder on Tue, Nov 5 2002
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