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 Posted: Sat Feb 22nd, 2014 10:33 pm
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Got about 55 miles on old red since the rebuild doing good so far..

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Vero Steve wrote:
Jeff becareful withn those cheap Ebay windshields./ I bought one and it cracked within a week and by the second month it was clouding up. I replaced it with the Harley 10" windshield. Its been on for two years now without an issue

Good point Steve, proves cheap is not always a good thing.
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 Posted: Mon Feb 3rd, 2014 12:34 pm
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Jeff becareful withn those cheap Ebay windshields./ I bought one and it cracked within a week and by the second month it was clouding up. I replaced it with the Harley 10" windshield. Its been on for two years now without an issue

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 Posted: Sun Feb 2nd, 2014 12:54 pm
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That's a good idea Weasle. Too I notice they are all over Ebay. All size's, low priced in a lot of cases.

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jeff check with your local glass and mirror co , they should be able to make you a short wind screne , then just bolt it in and out when the mood strikes ya. i had a place here make me a whole new windshield a few yrs back for 80$$

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oh, boy, Jeffy is starting to suffer from "magazine baggeritis"...no tourpak, short windscreen...what's next, a 30 inch front wheel? LOL


looks good brother, ride on...

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 Posted: Sun Feb 2nd, 2014 01:01 am
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jeffy ole boy wrote:
Took off the tour pak today… I like it for a change...[/quote

Now I gotta get a shorty windscreen.

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 Posted: Sat Feb 1st, 2014 09:33 pm
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Took off the tour pak today… I like it for a change...

Attachment: '91 Electra glide w:out tour pak.jpg (Downloaded 47 times)

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Got it fired up an finally running good today.

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I always put a little teflon grease on the intake gaskets before I install them. Prevnts them from getting twisted. Glad it turned out to be an easy fix.

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 Posted: Fri Jan 31st, 2014 01:03 am
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Discovered this evening why my new rebuilt rear cyl isn't firing... Bad rear intake gasket twisted and leaking air. Didn't have it in right when we sealed up the motor last Saturday. Easy fix.

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jeffy ole boy wrote:
Was just bad gas... Got it running.

All new top end, but rear cyl not firing hot. So gonna put in a fresh set of Champions when it warms up later this week, and hopefully make beautiful music, boogata boogata boogata...

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Ordered my parts yesterday got 'em at near cost where I work thru tucker rocky. .030 over TP pistons and rings, lifters, cometic top end gasket kit, carb seal kit. All for right at $300. Cyl'rs were 10 over need bored 20 over to clean up...

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Just my opinion, but I woulda ordered them already..lol

I think the price differential is both time (I bought mine 3 or 4 years ago) and probably because yours is an Evv....Evv...not a shovel...lol

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the preacher wrote:
Jeff...if you can get Keith Black pistons, get them. I am on my 5th or 6th build on Grunt, had 2 seizes, both with Wiseco...might be wrong fitment or something, but always with Wiseco. I put the Blacks in this time, best I have ever had....and, they are not real expensive...040 over for the shovel was 129.90 a pair.

hope this helps,


I can get them through Drag specialties where I work for $154. Including Hastings Rings...

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Piston prices are all across the board, :?

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Jeff...if you can get Keith Black pistons, get them. I am on my 5th or 6th build on Grunt, had 2 seizes, both with Wiseco...might be wrong fitment or something, but always with Wiseco. I put the Blacks in this time, best I have ever had....and, they are not real expensive...040 over for the shovel was 129.90 a pair.

hope this helps,

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Well Benny my good Harley mech friend came over this afternoon. I already had the exhaust off, gas tank,and carb, ect... So we decided other than just cutting out the stock push rods and replacing the lifters we decided to look at the whole top end. Good thing we did, the cyl's both showed scratch's and same on both piston skirts. So tomorrow I'm gonna take the jugs to work and have them mic. WIll probably end up going .020 over on both and go w/ new pistons and lifters. Bottom end looked great Ben said, just from the way the connecting rods felt.. So, could of got by with just putting in new adj push rods and lifters. One of the lifters was quite loosie goosie which was was I was hearing... But this way don't cost that much more to do it right with a top end. Heads and rocker arms looked good. May stick in some new valve seals too.

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Gonna take apart the top end and fix the noise coming from the back cylinder.

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 Posted: Sun Dec 8th, 2013 04:26 pm
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marc wrote:
Surprised they did not replace all of them when they had it apart...I did...

I know.. they were just being tight ass's. Used harley dealer in town.

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