55-64 primary "chain housing plug"?

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Re: 55-64 primary "chain housing plug"?

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Post by George Greer » Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:53 am

Cormac22 wrote:Now I feel like a complete tool... :oops: I had sent a snail mail letter to my jailbird father that had built the bike asking about the plug. Just got a response back asking if the belt drive needed to be plugged... Belt drive? What belt drive? Off come the covers and lo, there is a belt drive in that thing! The shop that built it hates belt drives, so I ASSUMED that they would have gone classic..... Crap. So, thanks for all the help, I'm sure this won't be the last of my bonehead mess ups. Think it will look better plugged or no?

Cormac..

I got them, do you still want it??

And yes, I personally think it would look better with the plug installed.

Let me know if you want it or not.

George



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Re: 55-64 primary "chain housing plug"?

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Post by Cormac22 » Sun Sep 02, 2012 9:21 pm

Yeah, I'll still take it, unless you would rather keep it. Thanks again.

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Re: 55-64 primary "chain housing plug"?

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Post by hplhd » Sun Sep 02, 2012 10:29 pm

cormac, are you thinking you can't run the plug because there is a belt drive in there?

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Re: 55-64 primary "chain housing plug"?

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Post by George Greer » Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:06 am

Cormac22 wrote:Yeah, I'll still take it, unless you would rather keep it. Thanks again.
OK,

I'll get it in the mail to you. ASAP.

George

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Re: 55-64 primary "chain housing plug"?

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Post by hplhd » Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:39 am

hplhd wrote:cormac, are you thinking you can't run the plug because there is a belt drive in there?

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Re: 55-64 primary "chain housing plug"?

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Post by George Greer » Thu Sep 06, 2012 5:54 am

George Greer wrote:
Cormac22 wrote:Yeah, I'll still take it, unless you would rather keep it. Thanks again.
OK,

I'll get it in the mail to you. ASAP.

George
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