Much better looking than mine which is currently in pieces.
I have 13.5 shocks on the back of mine with an HHB 1" drop in the front no problems at all. If fact I think it handles better than it did.
I saw one listed on Ebay. It appears to be built in the same manner as a basic Pamco but I could be wrong. It's still there if anyone wants to see it.
Pamco on this site touch's a nerve with a lot of people and it seems like it has for years. Whether it came from Pete himself or the Mikes...
I think Hugh posted something similar to this. I just can't remember when.
Damn it got there quick gggGary. It was on the gulf coast this morning....
I always intended to have a set of Hagons built by Dave Quinn but apparently I waited to long. What are my options now? Who else puts Hagons...
How come something as simple as that never would have crossed my mind.
Pete I have a 60 degree rotor and an advance rod. Does the 124.95 option come with the bushing to take the place of the mechanical advance?
If I were you I'd go looking for Hugh since you live in the same town. Lots of parts and knowledge easily available. .
I had one of the leads on my stator come loose and I re-soldered it. Haven;t had a problem since. Hope this helps.
Great to deal with. Parts arrived as described and well packed. Wouldn't hesitate to deal with him again.
I wouldn't sweat that one. You got a cool bike with a title and some cash left over have some fun with it.Life isn't all about American Pickers.
I like this idea. Kind of an old school "go fund me site"
Now there's one I never thought of. Thanks 5twins!
This thread is reminding me of what a "Personal growth experience" mine was. It's also reminding me to pull out the grease gun.lol
No diss taken. Funny part about it is I'm a 6'4" 250lb carpenter with 30 years in the trade. To say I'm comfortable with any hammer is an...
Trust me it was a last resort.
I feel your pain. I had to take a sawzall to mine and get a replacement. Hopefully someone has an easier solution.
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