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Classic Sleds / Re: Classic Sled Find of the Year 2020
« Last post by Brettm57 on Today at 11:28:22 am »
Ryan and Brett congrats......

Thanks Earl! :)
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Vintage Sleds 24/7 (ONLY) / Re: The 100 mile per hour challenge
« Last post by chris r on Today at 11:21:54 am »
Chris r,  as far as the last picture, the track is new,   we are running in or breaking it in, normally a factory race program has a fixture set up for this, I just got creative and set this up and have about 20hrs turning it at 40 rpm so far.

Thanks. I could see there was some potential for work there but I had to know more.  ;)
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Vintage Tech Help / Re: JLO flywheel trouble
« Last post by JLOpower on Today at 10:27:34 am »
To give you an idea of what the tool looks like. Do NOT attempt to use those 3 threaded holes to attach a puller.
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Vintage Tech Help / Re: JLO flywheel trouble
« Last post by JLOpower on Today at 10:20:57 am »
Use the search feature here, there are tons of threads about this issue.

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Vintage Tech Help / Re: Hirth 634 (171R) Crank Seals
« Last post by FRAIDY CAT on Today at 10:09:23 am »
 The three larger threaded holes were put there for a reason i guess. I cant think of any other.  Single hirths have a ribbed surface to help hold the seal.  Some say glue them in. i have had good results clean and dry with grease on the inner lip and crank
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Vintage Sleds 24/7 (ONLY) / Re: 2021 Great Eastern Whiteout
« Last post by 2muchfun on Today at 09:28:33 am »
Sadly I can sum up why that will never happen TG.  Liability !!!!!!
Yep, Pandemic panic...


 Yup ! The left is not letting a good pandemic go to waste.
 Vic
Ya remember slow the spread. Wear your mask and stay 6 ft apart. Thats all worked out for us hasn't it..
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Vintage Tech Help / Re: Synthetic recoil rope info
« Last post by AHood on Today at 05:43:24 am »
I have used mountain climbing accessory cord. From EMS or similar, but replacing a steel cable with a cord is difficult.
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Vintage Tech Help / Re: JLO flywheel trouble
« Last post by AHood on Today at 05:39:54 am »
Probably has a 50 mm thread boss on the flyweel right. Lots of the German engines did. It's for a specific flywheel puller with a large thread. There was a guy making them.
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Vintage Tech Help / Re: Hirth 634 (171R) Crank Seals
« Last post by AHood on Today at 05:37:34 am »
So to pull those you thread into the recoil cup bolt holes.  I made a flyweel holding torque tool to remove and torque the crank nut as well. To keep the engine from spinning.
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Pure BS (Non Vintage Sled Related) / Re: Happy Birthday Joses
« Last post by old sledder on Today at 04:32:04 am »
Many more Joe!!
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