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507 viewsDevils backbone road, Lawrence co. In.Bridgehunter
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Snapped of bolt!66 viewsTried drilling, and only hogged it out. :o)FrDon
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Petcock Blockoff Plate Kit345 viewsParts included in the Petcock Blockoff Plate Kit. One, Blockoff Plate. One, BUNA-N gasket. Four, stainless steel button head cap screws. One, allen wrench that fits the cap screws. One, carb vacuum nipple cap.jeffsaline
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Steering Head Bearing Races41 viewsShows the upper and lower steering head bearing outer races welded for removal. The weld cools and shrinks and the race will be easy to remove. If you have the new race in the freezer as soon as the old race is removed the steering head will still be hot and the new race can be easily installed.jeffsalineMay 17, 2015
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