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Re: Carburetor cable, clip, and spring. Jimmy, Hemostat is a great idea – I have one and yet I had not thought of using it for this. Once I let the spring loose on the slide, it will not come

Sullivan, John
4:45 PM
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77563

Re: Carburetor cable, clip, and spring. Option #2 correct!Snake it on through the "L" shaped slot, then put the end bead into the recess. Turn that plate about 1/8 until it seems to catch.  Keep

J. Stockbridge Mundane
4:26 PM
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77562

Re: Carburetor cable, clip, and spring. Snake it on through the "L" shaped slot, then put the end bead into the recess. Turn that plate about 1/8 until it seems to catch.  Keep pressure on that

J. Stockbridge Mundane
4:24 PM
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77561

Re: Carburetor cable, clip, and spring. Hi John, Can not state with super confidence since I am not on my carb but I can tell you it does not go in the center hole. Sounds like you have the clip

David
3:10 PM
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77560

Carburetor cable, clip, and spring. Whilst fighting with the spring, I did not pay much attention to how the cable engages with the slide and clip when removing from my MK-28 carburetor. 1) If I

Sullivan, John
2:46 PM
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77559

File - RELISTUSE.txt Royal Enfield Mailing List - Guidelines for Use... sent automatically on joining and each month thereafter. Updated occasionally. This list was created for the

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Mar 1
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77558

Re: First motorcycle-->2003 Bullet? A different mindset is required of the Enfield owner. Unfortunately fewer and fewer of the younger generation have that inclination or mindset. You just have

Robert Powell
Feb 27
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77557

Re: Cylinder head inlet stud spacing Hi Pete, What I'm really after is to identify which head I have fitted to the engine, I have taken John's advice & offered up an Amal carb to it which fits

Gerry Start
Feb 27
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77556

Re: Cylinder head inlet stud spacing Hi John, I also have BSA'S & a Norton so I have Amals a plenty lying around, to answer your question yes a flange mounting Amal either concentric or monobloc

Gerry Start
Feb 27
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77555

Re: Cylinder head inlet stud spacing ... In my dirt riding days, a lot of us used Bultacos, which came with an Amal Carb. For some reason, some owners decided they needed to use a Mikuni - they

Pete Snidal
Feb 27
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77554

Re: Cylinder head inlet stud spacing Afternoon.  Have you got a mate who's got an amal carb you could offer up? If the carb goes straight then the chances are that is an English head or an older

john beesley
Feb 27
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77553

Cylinder head inlet stud spacing Hi Guy's & Gal's, The cylinder head currently fitted to my 1996 500 classic has a spacing of 50mm between centres on the inlet tract, I'm trying to fit a

gvinrad
Feb 27
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77552

Re: First motorcycle-->2003 Bullet? Hi John, That's the one ! I bought my copy after someone mentioned it on here some time ago, in fact I think it might even have been your good self. It's a

gvinrad
Feb 27
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77551

Re: First motorcycle-->2003 Bullet? Jack: I also have owned both old and new Triumphs. As the gentleman had previously mentioned the new Triumphs are a respectable machine with a solid nod to

J. Stockbridge Mundane
Feb 26
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Re: First motorcycle-->2003 Bullet? Gerry, You are close – now I have looked it up. It is called “Riding Solo to the Top of the World”. More information here for anyone who is interested:

Sullivan, John
Feb 26
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