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Discussion in 'Great Lakes U.S.' started by Cafe Murdock, Mar 23, 2020.

  1. I no its bad tk say but with this all going on every where i finally got time off to do my stroke and 706 kit . Started the prep work on it all today now all thats left is everything.
     

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  2. Greyandridin

    Greyandridin Got nothing to do and all day to do it XS650.com Supporter Top Contributor

    I See you have the BFH nearby although it's wood still a BFH
     
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  3. No its a old school mallet from the 20s its actually leather rolled ul n put on a handle
     
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  4. Greyandridin

    Greyandridin Got nothing to do and all day to do it XS650.com Supporter Top Contributor

    How cool is that
     
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  5. JAX71224

    JAX71224 jax71224

    So.......Where is a longer sdroke crank available? And how can u make id work?
     
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  6. stinky78

    stinky78 XS650 Member

    my father had a big mallet with a hollow copper head that had rolled up leather pressed in to both sides, not sure what it was originally designed for but was great for drifting things without marking them.
     
  7. Exactly with the leather mallet a sand bag a body hammer and a set of brazeing tourches you can do anything if u no what your doing with it
     
  8. Weld body panels fabricate lead seams and even shape metal and do body work to its a super old school way of doing things and a awesome bear bones minimalist rugged and manly set of skills to have . Thats how my daddy did all that kinda stuff an thats how he tought me . Then i went to school to be a machinist and welder. So i appreciate the old hard way of doing things and sumtime its the best way to .i still use alotbof old tools obviously and old technology and skills .
     
  9. If ur wanti g a longer stroke u use the stock or rephased cranke ur choice but then ise longer conecting rods for longer stroke
     
  10. kshansen

    kshansen XS650 Junkie Top Contributor

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    Maybe I'm not fully awake this morning but wouldn't the longer stroke need shorter con rods?

    Stroke is controlled by distance from the centerline of the crank to the center of the pins for the con rods. Longer rods with a standard crank would cause the pistons to move up higher in the cylinder on the compression stroke and not go as far down the cylinder on the intake or power stroke.

    Hope someone can correct me if I'm not thinking straight this morning!
     
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