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52 Billy Bad Boy Pan Motor Build ...1 viewsdragstewsJul 05, 2022
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52 Billy Bad Boy Pan Motor Build ...1 viewsdragstewsJul 05, 2022
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Now here's the weird part, the tappets are not 48 to 52 ... See how much thread is showing ?8 viewsLets see if that statement holds water ...
Going to pull the rear lifter block off and compare the tappets to a known 48-52 tappets ...
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Well, if that shit don't stink !!

48-52 is on the right and what the 52 had in it on the left ..
AND ... They are .005" OS
dragstewsApr 15, 2022
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Doing a mock up for checks and found this going on ..7 viewsdragstewsApr 15, 2022



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45LE1856, starting to come together again473 viewsafter about 2 months of disassembly, bead blasting, sand blasting, powder coating, painting, parkerizing, and some blood, sweat and tears, the old chassis is back on the ground and rolling againFlatHeadSix
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52 Billy Bad Boy Pan Motor Build ...1 viewsdragstews
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H-D SideCar 45LE1856 Reclaimed from a cow pasture in Juneau County Wisconsin335 viewsThis is a pictorial summary of my "restoration" of a 1945 H-D LE Sidecar that spent most of the last 40 years in a cow pasture in Wisconsin. It was retrieved from the pasture and spent some additional time in a dairy barn before I acquired it, so, yes, it is "Barn Fresh". My friend John HD hauled it to Davenport IA on Labor Day this year (2010), it took 3 guys and 6 beers to load it into my truck for the trip home to Arkansas. With the help of a big Kano KROIL, and lots of patience, it all came apart. Most of the iron was severely pitted so everything was either sand blasted or bead blasted. The big pieces were powder coated, smaller parts were painted with Rustoleum Appliance Epoxy (tough stuff), and about 95% of the original hardware was bead blasted and parkerized, and put back on. I bought new ball studs and nuts, thats about the only things I have replaced so far, everything else is original. Here is what I have accomplished so far.
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45LE1856, back on the wheel411 viewsafter 2 months the chassis is ready to ride, now I have to seriously start on the rusted out tub.FlatHeadSix

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