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Make sure nothing can leak. Not one drop. I had to drive 6 hours to pick up a Puch motor, that had leaked, in a box. It was in a USPS holding warehouse near Ventura Ca. Had to be picked up in person!
Very Enjoyable ! Lots of work to produce, I'm sure. Kudos to all involved with the making.
I did that as well a few years ago. I got lots of thumbs up.
Have a few spare, charged, battery packs or a larger battery, so when they start to get dim you'll have full brightness. Even the cheap LEDs are 4-5 times brighter than a stock lamp. I prefer not to ride much at night any more, but when I do, I want to see.
I have sever types of those style lighting systems and they light shit up!
I don't believe those products exist since the EPA came along. It's a shame. I clearly remember them, however some understanding of applied chemistry may be used. Not all chemicals work for all metals. So you have to know what damages what. Primarily don't dip aluminum in sodium hydroxide, which is also called lye or caustic soda. Caustic means BURN ! And don't get it in your e
^That's exactly what I was thinking
I guess your tour went well ; )
Yeah, That does sound expensive!
I can't believe it hasn't sold yet!
This explains why we have not seen any posts from him.
I had bars, like that, on a bike several years ago & it made for the most uncomfortable riding in 60+ years of riding. I sold it right away.
I'm pretty sure there are 2 intake manifolds for the carb. I'd have to check my parts box. However, my Free Spirit carb comes off in 5-10 min, depending if I'm in a hurry or not. Maybe you have the short one. I'd just file or grind off that lip to make it easy on yourself. The carb has to twist 90* to get it off.
I'm a huge fan of Oxalic acid. After reading about it, I tried it on numerous rusty things and it did an excellent job on all of them, including the inside of 2 tanks. I immediately chased it with some heavy premix (coating) so it would not 'flash' rust before I used it. The tanks were slightly rusty, not heavily, or I would have used a stronger acid.
Some Magnums had 1 speed motors. A pic of the right side will show which clutch cover is on it. Easily distinguishable from each other. Most of the time the motors do not need disassembly to get them running. A fuel system cleaning, carb included, and fresh gas may only be necessary to get it to run.
Hope you guys have Great trip and no problems. Let us know how things are going long the way.
^I thought the same thing!
I'll take comfort over looks any day. Fast is good, too.
We'd be running for our lives if they were our size!
I have an Easter Egger with similar colorings. She's shy & has a beautiful voice & lays light blue eggs. One of my Buffs is on my lap at the moment. Yours is very pretty, as well.
I'll agree with Ken. I always go to the pages with the most listings. Way easier.
I have been using the 'cycle sac' for about 10 years now. They are strong, long lasting and seem to be UV resistant. Like for several years exposed to direct sun. Sometimes I put strips of desiccant inside to absorb humidity. Their site also recommends putting the bike on one, pulling up the sides an then putting another on top to encapsulate the whole thing. I did not try that, but seem
Maybe the piston skirt is slightly too long or there needs to be a thick gasket/spacer under the cylinder. Also check to see if the ports are all the way open at BDC
Dipping it in really hot water also works.
I never like to be less than .7
Actually the arm is spring loaded and should be pushed towards the motor , while re-installing, so the cable can be attached to the arm. and work like it's supposed to.