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    Chicago
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    Vintage mototrcyles, HAM radio
  • Occupation
    Safe and Vault tehnician

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  1. I will measure it when I get back by the bike. Have been away a bit. I don’t have a Speedo either, so will take a close measure. Just collecting as many bits for it as I can. Thank you all
  2. Can someone point me in the direction of a speedometer drive and it’s pinion gear gear for my 3HW. I also am looking for a speedometer cable assembly. Any help or leads would be appreciated Thanks Mark
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    3HW fork

    Can someone point me toward some front end parts? i am in need of parts in circled pictures for the shock absorber. Friction plates Bolt and it’s hardware Also the tension spring. I found a small hole spring but am in need of a large hole late model spring. Any help would be appreciated Thanks Mark
  4. The the thickness of the main deflector is .050” i hope this helps
  5. Its just a wear mark. The ID is .845 the flange is .150 thick and .150 wide the OD is 2.625 all in inches. the part I have the center flange is free spinning, but I don’t believe it is supposed to be.
  6. I know I may catch some heat for not keeping it in original Military colors, but here is my progress so far on My 3HW project. Just received my replacement inner primary tin from France, almost perfect one for $50 US. Some times we do get lucky. Cheers Mark
  7. Mine does not have a rubber washer inside or an O ring. It is solid. I will post sizes later today when I get home from work. Mark
  8. Thank you Ron I am used to working on 60,s Triumphs and BSA's. This is a bit different, and I'm loving it.
  9. My 3hw had a small copper ring as a head gasket when I disassembled the engine. It looked home made and out of place. The parts book does not list one and I was told it may not have had one. I have never owned or worked on a machine that did not have a head gasket. Can one of you please enlighten me. Please and thank you Mark
  10. How it got to the middle of a corn field in Wisconsin USA is my mystery. I really appreciate all of the input from you all here.
  11. I fount the main section in Greece,and have had several parts made at a machine shop. I unfortunately am using the top and bottom castings from India i will replace them when I find originals. I am looking also for the right side dampening spring assly. I have had my feelers out a while including a man I met from Egypt with no luck so far. But am determined as I know there are some sitting somewhere someone doesn't need.
  12. It had been fitted with a later telescopic front end with this speedo. (Which I have now received a girder to restore & install in its place) I wish this bike could talk to tell its story. I am sure like all the old vehicles discuss here, there would be hours of great stories!
  13. Hello all, Just looking for any information I can get, as to where this 3HW may have ended up after production. I believe it ended up in the far east, and it has grey / blue paint in the corners that had not been stripped off by the last painter. It is now in my hands for refurbishing in Chicago. (Anyone with spares. please let me know.) Thanks in advance. Mark G. Engine number 3HW 67298 Trans number 32726 NA Frame number TL56299 TEC 5 45 (May 1945)
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