Sprocket on Brake Drum

flatboy1950
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Re: Sprocket on Brake Drum

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Post by flatboy1950 » Sun Mar 29, 2015 7:45 am

I had this sprocket riveting jig made. It is based on HD's original , but mine is adjustable to take 45 , BT pressed & later cast drums.
Two different anvils & the centre of the drum fixture can be moved & anvil reversed to do the cast drums.
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Re: Sprocket on Brake Drum

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Post by PanRider » Mon Mar 30, 2015 6:09 pm

Flatboy, that's slick. Being I'm only going to be doing this once I wouldn't need the jig. I looked carefully at my rivets and they all spin, suggesting to me I should replace them all. I want to do this right, I want it to look original and I want it to be safe. Looking thru VTwinn Catalogue, I'm not finding the rivets I'll need. I see I'll also need 4 dowels, correct? Where can I pick these up? Also, because I don't trust any of the bike shops around town, could a machine shop rivet it up correctly for me?

flatboy1950
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Re: Sprocket on Brake Drum

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Post by flatboy1950 » Mon Mar 30, 2015 7:03 pm

V Twin part # is 19-0110 for rivets & dowels.
I am in South Africa , so I know nothing about American machine shops , sorry.

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