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Old 12-17-2021, 02:00 AM
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Small update, i got the headlights and the sediment bowl yesterday, deliveries seem to be reeeeally slow right now. Probably because of all the christmas presents the postal service needs to handle.

Still trying to find out the thread size on the flywheel, i really need to chase those threads..
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Still trying to find out the thread size on the flywheel, i really need to chase those threads..
5/8"-18 tpi
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Small update, i got the headlights and the sediment bowl yesterday, deliveries seem to be reeeeally slow right now. Probably because of all the christmas presents the postal service needs to handle.

Still trying to find out the thread size on the flywheel, i really need to chase those threads..
Are you talking about the two small tapped holes on either side of the center keyed bore on the flywheel?
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Are you talking about the two small tapped holes on either side of the center keyed bore on the flywheel?
Those little holes are tapped 5/16-18.... The crank 5/8-18
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Old 12-21-2021, 03:55 AM
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Exactly, the small holes where i can attach the puller. Thank you, i will get a tap today!

Ive got all parts delivered now, gonna try to do some work to it tonight.
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