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Comment by drmalacarne » Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:13 am

Eletronic Mallory ignition. 12 volts. Shovelhead brakes. Solid Sifton lifters. 28/49 final drive. Fat Bob tank. Ridden almost daily. Mustang solo seat. CV carb. 6500 miles since complete engine rebuild.
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1960 Duoglide
1960 Duoglide
 
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Comment by SPAM » Tue Dec 30, 2014 8:36 am

blewcrab wrote:please don't count on that chain to keep your bike safe , the thieves carry large bolt cutters . I found out the hard way ! Rick

Thanks Rick!
My next door neighbor for 25 years can't even find where I park it at home...
Aloha,
Scott
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Comment by blewcrab » Thu Dec 25, 2014 3:44 pm

please don't count on that chain to keep your bike safe , the thieves carry large bolt cutters . I found out the hard way ! Rick
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First pan shot
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Comment by VPH-D » Thu Dec 11, 2014 7:27 pm

Hey,
I know that guy!
VPH-D
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Open rocker Knucklehead on the test stand at Class...
Open rocker Knucklehead on the test stand at Classic Details
 
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Comment by 58flh » Tue Dec 09, 2014 12:44 pm

I think its cool educational-wise!--But those seals just make me wonder how long before they dribble from real use & Adj. lash every so often???--How many hrs. on her so far?---Respectfuly---RICHIE///-For as use as a teaching tool -I love it!/If intended to run on the street ,what kind of seals did you make?-to be able to hold-up against dirt & roadrock -,sand -wearing them away?/Just curious & Kudos on a nice job!
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Another View
 
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Comment by jerryd » Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:17 pm

The triumph is a Daytona 1970 with a 68 engine . I have had the bike for 38-9 years and it came with that engine and a whole lot of
bsa "fitted parts". The colour was a TR6 but I also found it on a Triumph ad with this scheme. It is actually a Ford colour matched by my painter buddy. He apprenticed in England , has painted for 50+ years and did tank and sides for cost. I did the powder coating and my own zinc plating and polishing. Original wheels with a few blems as is the exhaust but are still 70%
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The garage
The garage
 
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