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  • About TwiZted Biker
    Biography
    Old School Scooter tramp , a bit of a Road Scholar too bad most of it has been bad roads : )~
    Location
    Niles Canyon Ca.
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    2017 107" Road King
    1972 93" ShovelSaurus Rex

    Ride it like you mean it .. .

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  • Join Date: 03-09-2009
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  1. Zmlayne
    06-23-2014 09:18 AM
    Finally got the old girl assembled this weekend. You had helped me out with some great info and direction on getting the chain and sprockets changed. Just wanted to say thanks. Learning a lot day by day, especially with your help!
  2. 03-16-2013 08:32 PM
    Hey there. I'm messaging because you seem to be the Shovel guru and i would appreciate your input. Thanks in advance for any help! My clutch on the 78 shovel is super tough to pull. Did a clutch tune today and could never get it to disengage unless there is absolutely no freeplay and even then it still drags a little. I really had to fiddle with it to get it to where i could find N, still need to be rolling to get it out of gear. New friction plates, the steels are straight and I think the releasing disc is in need of being replaced, it has grooves in it and is probably warped. Anyway i can live with it the way it is but I would like it to pull easier. Any ideas? Thanks!
  3. soft 02
    08-31-2012 05:43 PM
    Just thought id send you a link to a evo in Martinez that should go for cheep if you know anyone looking for a fixer upper. fwiw. http://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/auc...iew?auc=778065
  4. Gliden
    04-23-2012 04:13 PM
    Yup....she would be pissed... but that's " man stuff"! Lol....later
  5. 11-16-2011 05:22 PM
    I registered on the Shovelhead forum you recommended, and spent some time reading. There are some knowledgeable people there, but there are some real jerks too.
  6. 09-29-2011 02:36 PM
    Well, I got that hydraulic lifter unit to work properly and got the cam bearing and cam replaced no issues. Now I go to reassemble the tappet system and the rear-most tappet unit, with tappet guides clamped down to torque specs freezes in the tappet guide.....in other words, somehow, someway the tappet guide warps?? when torqued down?.....I've never heard of such a thing but this is my f-ing luck as per usual. So my question is have you efver heard of this and if so whats involved with correcting it. I don't know where to start and my mind is just plain tired of dealing with this rebuild and I just want it back together again....my interest level is almost gone especially when continually hitting these B.S. obstacles.
    Thanks in advance
  7. 06-21-2011 09:39 PM
    Hello, Dan. 5**** here [the member formerly known as yljkt] Got my shovel easter weekend. 76 FLH liberty edition. Can't believe I finally got back on here. Gotta keep a low profile, tho. You were right..shovels rule. Hope all is well for you.
  8. 05-08-2011 08:58 AM
    I have a homebuilt Harley Shovelhead with oil problems. I using a new Delkron block, with an Evo oil pump. I had problems with it pressurizing the oil tank, now it runs 10 minutes and starts smoking like a freight train. Tore top end down a couple of times and checked the rings, rings are seated good. Heads have been completely redone. New guides, valves, seats. Have the guage to drill the block but don't know which hole to drill to adapt this oil pump to this block. Also running a dry primary. Any help would be appreciated.
  9. squirlshovel
    01-12-2011 12:03 PM
    finally sombody that understood my question .thank you very much u solved it! i am to assume that the "little black box" came with the basket cause maybe it was for the stock ignition.the WHOLE bike was in peices when i got it. just finished the refurb only thing lleft is exhaust and wiring. p.s. the black box is an ignition module,i guess thats for a distributor? .the harley bible is not very detailed. i think clymber is the best. im going for one when i get bills caught up
  10. 01-03-2011 05:42 PM
    I don't wanna start a war but am I too assume that twinkie is the word for twin cam bike owners that are azzhats

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