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    Michael Oritt

    Re: Which Original Oil filter assembly for BN7

    F Schreiber--

    Unless I am misunderstanding something either filter element will fit within the outer canister and either would be "proper"

    Michael Oritt Today, 12:33 PM Go to last post
    mikephillips

    Re: Harley training wheels

    I have a couple time seen motorcycles with those wheels folded up going down the road. Never looked into it but assumed it was for someone who couldn't

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    Philthytoo

    Re: Differential question

    Thanks for the replies! I have a set of bearing pullers like the one pictured (I've always heard them called "splitters", since they begin to

    Philthytoo Today, 12:04 PM Go to last post
    F Schreiber

    Re: Which Original Oil filter assembly for BN7

    Well, I wonder why the AEC 675 is listed in the Service Parts list, its the last one on the list, and the parts listing unclear to me any details about

    F Schreiber Today, 11:29 AM Go to last post
    Hill Billy

    Re: Sandy's TR 3

    Oil canning can drive a person to drink. I've spent many hours working them out. Tried many different methods. The small shrinking disc seemed to work

    Hill Billy Today, 10:35 AM Go to last post
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    My car has had its rear lever action shocks replaced with a Wheewlright tube shock conversion. The shocks are stamped made in england 010672. What shocks replace the ones I have? Where to find them?

    garystrumphet 06-09-2019 04:40 PM
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