CT90

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  1. grizzzly

    grizzzly The Pre-Banned Version

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    I have a question about my 67 ct90sub transmission. The rear shaft (number 4 in the diagram) does it take one or two dowel pins? Mine seems to have a place for two, one on the inside end and one on the outside end of the shaft. The diagram only shows one on the inside end of the shaft.

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  2. grizzzly

    grizzzly The Pre-Banned Version

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    just a little update new piston and rings, honed the cylinder a little, cleaned the valve seats with scotch bright, cleaned carburetor, and new battery. it has about 50psi compression but usually starts first or second kick.
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  3. grizzzly

    grizzzly The Pre-Banned Version

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    here is a picture of the shaft and the side case

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  4. hugemoth

    hugemoth Big Brother is watching you!

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    I have a 68 K0 with VIN CT90-138784. Identical to yours before I modified it.
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  5. R1100purist

    R1100purist Horizontally opposed twin dude

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    Just the lower dowel hole should have a dowel, the top one or outer one is an oil feed hole
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  6. Mucka

    Mucka Been here awhile

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    Check out dratvcom. They have lots of parts for these.
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  7. grizzzly

    grizzzly The Pre-Banned Version

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    well shit. it didnt take 90 days but. (edit; it's "No less than 30 days" not 90 days)
    just received a letter from the state about the Surety bond, and they kicked i back for two reasons.
    Apparently one of the four places that require "the year of the vehicle" was missing.
    and they thought the bond was a copy, it was the original???
    So i went to the MVD and the Insurance place and had them print out new forms and signed and dated them.
    got round 2 in the mail, see what happens this time
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