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think a winding has gone in my dynamo, after one in good working order or parts for alternator conversion. ive tried all the standard bits, known good regulator, new brushes, polarising it, testing voltage to ground, buzzed out wiring, generator
got a few left . there about 8 or 9 inch long and are silver gray dont no how long it will be till we get a new batch £2 including the post dose that sound ok
Got a shot at cuttin' it green today from work and was home by noon the weather is nothing short of awesome right now here in God's Country with temps in the high 70's and sunshine. Stopped and had lunch at Captain Tom's BBQ just outside of Petros
Took off thursday morning for a ride into the north Georgia mountains. Weather was awesome with highs near 70 and nothing but dry roads and sunshine. We took some backroads that I've never been on it was one of those " Let's see where this goes "
I've been playing with different air pressures in my rear tire (General Altimax 205-16-55)... Currently at 32-33psi and just normal, easy on the throttle riding...it seems I can actually feel a softer, more comfortable ride. However, yesterday, I
Nearly ready to re-spray my bug and think I'm going to go for cellulose paint. Problem is I cannot find any info re the minimum temperature in which I can spray - anyone out there have any experience / knowledge on this? I have not got a spray booth so