Princess Auto would be my first guess. Other than that someone/place that rebuilds pressure pumps.
Space/Time paradox. Same thing happened to Marty McFly!
I'm inspired by you two. Think I'll try it!
Yes, but you say it's not necessary. There are conflicting opinions on this. If you're right it will save me a lot of hours and skinned knuckles....
I only want to pull the motor once (Actually, I don't want to do it at all ). The dent is squished quite a bit, to the point of being restrictive....
Here's the $5o find. You get what you pay for. Note damage on front left pipe
I joined the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group 3 years ago. The word "VINTAGE" should apply to its members.
That's what I thought.
I took your advice about going on the internet, Terry. Basically 3 methods to try. #1 Cap the pipe and fill with water, put it in a freezer. #2...
Ohhhhh! It is applicable! Double wall. That could make it very difficult. Might as well take out the bad pipe completely and have a new one bent up.
I bought a set of headpipes and collector box for my 85 VF 759 F. I want to get rid of the Hindle system and return it to stock. Question #1: Do...
Collector box and head pipes for 1983-85 VF 750 F Interceptor. No dents!
Turning 70 in 2 months. Still like to rip through the gears.
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