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post #1 of 75 Old 10-28-2014, 12:47 AM Thread Starter
 
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250 Kick Start with Bearing and Seal

Preparing to bore for kick start shaft, needle bearing, and seal --- No drill bits necessary with the adjustable boring bar set up in the bridge port with digital read out.
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post #2 of 75 Old 10-28-2014, 12:51 AM Thread Starter
 
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The needle bearing is made by INA part# HK1812 from Motion Industries.
The seal is from Honda and fits the 200 twin star.
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This case with all boring complete. The USMC (united states marine core) belongs to Swamp Rabbit.
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This case is mine with just the kick start shaft hole
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Case with all boring completed, and another picture with needle bearing and seal installed.
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Another satisfied Rebel with a kick start, and that is how it is done!
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Nice! I wish I has those skills, and equipment! My grandfather was a machinist and his father was as well. However, my father didn't get that particular skill set. He was, literally, a rocket scientist, but had no idea when oil should be changed in a car, or how to do it!

Guba is right!

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!

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Nice. I have just about everything needed for this task save for the seal and bearing. One of these days...

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Dismantling, sawzalling, and rattle canning does not make a bobber.
Those are STEPS toward customizing, not customizing unto itself.

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Nice! I wish I has those skills, and equipment! My grandfather was a machinist and his father was as well. However, my father didn't get that particular skill set. He was, literally, a rocket scientist, but had no idea when oil should be changed in a car, or how to do it!
Thanks for the complement! Most of the time I think I only know enough to be dangerous but I like to play.
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I also have to say, nice job well done! It's always interesting to see mods done like this. It certainly set's these bikes apart from the norm.

But I also couldn't help but notice the date stamp on the pictures. I think you inadvertently let out your little secret. I think I would like a flux capacitor for my bike too. Can I ask where you got it? I think with some wind fairings and a sprocket change and tail wind, I might be able to get to 88 MPH. Back to the Future would have been a lot more "on the edge of your seat" if they used a Rebel instead of a Delorean. JMHO

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