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Fresh satin black powder coat, in 100% perfect condition. No bushing.$35 shipped.
Is this the same guy?https://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/search.php?2,author=79457,match_type=USER_ID,match_dates=0,match_threads=0
Whenever someone says things like "I know what I have here so bla bla bla" or I know what this is worth" in their ad, I automatically think they're an asshole.
Even with the posts cut down to where they should be, the brace screws should be countersunk so they don't make contact with the bell.I still think your posts are to short. Post a pic of the clutch from the side.
Ben Whittle Wrote:------------------------------------------------------->Why not just get a solid intake?Too easy.
This is where I mounted my voltage regulator.It was supposed to be just temporary while I got the bike running and dialed in but I ended up not minding where it is.I couldn't install the box/coil on the motor like stock because of the big honkin' fins on the Airsal 72 so It bolted it to the same spot as the regulator on the other side of the frame using one of these.
Hard to tell for sure from the pic but that brace looks like it's sitting really low on the posts. You may have ground down the posts too much and bolted the brace right up against the shoes, preventing them from moving as they should.If so, put some thin washers underneath the brace to raise it up a hair so the shoes can move.
I prefer the one that mounts to the shock bolt.
grim ripper Wrote:-------------------------------------------------------> top speed is crap, it's all about the> acceleration.+1.I stopped caring about top speed and would much rather be able to rip away from stop lights, effectively ride in traffic and blast up hills.
Thanks!Proper prep is definitely key for a nice, long-lasting finish. I'm not a painter by any means but grew up being a helper monkey at my Dad & uncle's body shop that specialized in 60s-70s muscle cars so luckily I picked up a few tricks along the way.
Wow, Maize...that looks incredible.It's really hard to get good pics of this color right now as the sun is going down but here's my wife's tank wet sanded, buffed & polished. I buried those decals in clear coat and you can't even feel the seams.
I've got a bunch of spares. PM'ed.
How about this one?https://us.letgo.com/en/i/1978-puch-magnum_e9b094d5-5f30-4dca-bebf-95bb357f0efb(Not mine.)
Why hasn't Treats made a reproduction Magnum seat yet??? Are they worried about selling too many of them?
Super rare. It's worth at least 40 bucks.
Why post a 'WTB' if you've got no money???
I've got both. PM'ed you.
Just send the damn paperwork in with your $21 and see what happens. You're probably freaking out about nothing.Or you could stop being namby-pamby and just ride the thing. Cops aren't going to know what it is if you get pulled over anyway.
I have a spare freshly-powder coated black one. No hub, just the wheel.$55 shipped.
Again - what length do you need?
The black steel ring around the glass is a little crusty but it's in good overall shape and was working when I took it off my Newport. No cable. I'll include the axle drive if I can find it.25 bucks shipped.
PM'ed you. I've got a 40mph speedo.
Thanks! It looks even better in person, especially now that it's sanded & buffed.The orange is Dupli-color Metal Specks.
I recently painted my wife's Magnum tank & plastics and cleared them using 2K and it looks amazing. This pic was taken before wet sanding, applying decals and shooting more clear over them. I've since wet sanded the final coat with 2000-grit and just have a little more buffing to do before it's finished. Looks as smooth as glass and is really tough.It's not as hard to work