The Parts Sourcing Thread

Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by jfman, Jun 16, 2015.

  1. fireflyr

    fireflyr Dumpster Diver

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    In the midst of a Marzocchi M1R fork swap on my LM3 and need a pair of brake carrier spacers (7.5mm) to bring the discs out. Front tubes are going from 180mm to 195mm spacing. Thanks.

    7.5mm spacer I’m looking for.
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  2. Malamute

    Malamute Low speed adventurer

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    Looking for an H-D big twin 58-69 right side only motor case. Also 8 rib knuckle or pan cam cover, pan or earlier shovel cam of moderate lift not requiring head work, distributor (auto-advance for electric start) and its drive gear.

    Would also be interested in STD pan heads for use on shovel cylinders, the outside oiler heads with shovel intake and exhaust flanges.
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  3. Tiz

    Tiz Been here awhile

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    ....So in the process of replacing crank seals I managed to snap a screw off on the clutch boss on my 1986 Yamaha IT200.

    Clutch Boss 43G-16371-00-00

    Part is unavailable. I checked various sites, ebay, general google search - nada.

    Do I give up and part the bike out or is there a solution for this? I swear I was using a torque wrench at the specified 6 NM and it gave out. All the others took that torque.

    --Kevin
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  4. VX Rider

    VX Rider Long timer

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    that part shows a bunch for sale...

    got a part number or a picture of the broken bolt?

    https://www.ebay.com/p/1523779317
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  5. Malamute

    Malamute Low speed adventurer

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    Have you tried to drill it out with a left hand drill bit yet? Or tried a broken screw extractor?
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  6. Tiz

    Tiz Been here awhile

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    Unfortunately all I found were parts listed but "unavailable" from inventory.

    The good news is a beer and some picks helped me back out the busted screw. So now I just need the screw which I think is available.

    Better not ever break that clutch boss.

    Thanks all.

    Had not thought of the LH drill bit but thanks.

    --Kevin
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  7. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    I need a cylinder head for a CB550 SOHC. Mine is a 1975... but I think I read all 500 and 550 are the same.

    thanks
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  8. Malamute

    Malamute Low speed adventurer

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    And I never thought about beer. It loosens it up a bit and the pics help turn it out. Cool. :D
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