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  1. freerider8
    07-07-2014 12:09 AM - permalink
    Hey LD, I like the new look of the bike. Really cool, changed it up a lot since the last pics I have been seeing.
  2. Everclear072
    06-20-2014 12:17 PM - permalink
    Seen you talking about your oil cooler. How is it working. I want one for my bike. Houston traffic and heat my bike don't like. I want to make one maybe if you have time you can help me out. Thank you.
  3. Jetcityman74
    04-12-2014 06:36 PM - permalink
    beutiful bike man.
    What bags did you put on your bike. Im looking for some hard bags with that look.

  4. tomba
    02-17-2014 01:14 PM - permalink
    Hey LD should be in the WOM vote...your warrior is so much cleaner than mine...ill borrow it for a mo....
  5. umpire3
    11-08-2013 12:06 PM - permalink
    Hi LD,

    I'm in the process for putting together a muffler just like you have. I have the same parts.

    My is: How did you reconcile the differences between the diameter of the muffler and the exhaust shield? The muffler pipe has a diameter of 2.89" and the shield is 2.73".

  6. xtm99
    08-17-2013 12:26 PM - permalink
    *rs warrior
  7. xtm99
    08-17-2013 11:44 AM - permalink
    Hey man, you know about the warrior ride today? I know it's a little late to put it out but it at 1000. Hope you knew about it and ill see you here. It would be nice to see another t's warrior here.
  8. joeyalessi
    06-21-2013 11:48 PM - permalink
    What passennger peg relocation brackets are those?
  9. bhf1169
    06-05-2013 12:05 PM - permalink
    Mike: You appear to have a plethora of knowledge re: Warriors. I found your response to my mystery knob question last month. I like your "U.S. Army history and now a teacher. Kudos. To dispel the m/c novice inference by some of the others on this site my first m/c was a 62 Triumph Bonneville. But I digress, my question is this: getting belt noise. too dry? lube or no lube. I have 1/3 mile gravel to pavement from my house. A little dusty but I don't drive it real fast & stir it up. Any help/advice re: belt noise greatly appreciated. It is still an O4 Warrior with about 10K miles.
  10. jimduncan
    01-21-2013 12:11 PM - permalink
    Looking at your mods, I noticed that your bars seem to have a lot of pullback, what kind of bars are they, and how much rise and pullback do they have?

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Posted 07-03-2012 at 04:11 PM by LeaderDuece Comments 0
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Thought this was a good/short article on how it reads fuel impulses etc:

Posted 06-05-2012 at 02:17 PM by LeaderDuece Comments 0
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Here is how to measure bars (rise, pullback, width). It also has some bars listed, and a link to pictures of bars (some are broken threads though)

Posted 06-02-2012 at 10:01 AM by LeaderDuece Comments 0
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This got a lot of traction, and there's some great advice in it. Taking the front axle off really only takes about 10 minutes.

Posted 04-14-2012 at 02:39 PM by LeaderDuece Comments 0
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Eventually this stuff will get lost, so I thought I'd post it now:

This is Christok's Thread. It also has a reference by Churchkey to his facebook page.

This is Churchkey's thread, with contact info:


Posted 04-05-2012 at 07:56 PM by LeaderDuece Comments 0
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I thought I'd list all the mods I've written up:

How to polish your tach:

How to replace the master cylinder site glass:

How to shave your rear brake bracket and relocate...
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