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I have (and used) one of the double row Burqhardt doors.

In my applications I no longer think steel or double row bearing doors are really necessary.

I think (only from what I've been told) that Ron was trying to help racers. Or at least the guys who like to go fast(er).

Far too few people work that way.
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^^^ have you tried Lloyd's ironhead shop in Canada? http://xlforum.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2080023
tryed lookin for contact info few times
all roads seemed to lead to fb
was hopin not to hafta resort to that
wif is on there, maybe she can...

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found an address and phone # here https://www.bing.com/search?q=mostly...ANNTA1&PC=U531
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been lookin at the f'd up stuff n doin some measuring
also heard more than once bout 1cs after 72 needin 2 washers
are these both on cs3 side of 1 or one on either side?
theres a .100 washer bet 1 & 3cs
total clearance is .044 bet gears/dogs. manual says .038-.058, iirc
in assuming this is on both sides, not one or the other
gonna put it all back in case n check shaft play

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The endplay is for total endplay. ie, with all shims in.

You can "juggle netween the two shims either side of the low gear but the total endplay still has to be mbt.
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that .044 was total space bet 1-3-2 on cs
not enough, what i read
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anyone know good source for small/consumables?
tryin for 3 days to get 7 lock/tab washers, etc from one place online and ship to canada
The 2 Canadian companies I use are fortNine https://fortnine.ca/en/ and then for Taiwan Ted parts: https://dynamiccycleparts.com/v-twin...BoCvdAQAvD_BwE

But let us know how it goes with Lloyd’s mostly ironheads. I’d rather support his shop if it’s a good source for parts. It would be easier for sure if they had a website for ordering parts. But maybe they want to be a service shop rather than a parts supplier.

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have used fortnine
andrews cs came from them tday
didnt think they'd have much for the small stuff
will hafta check
ms & gearset were cheaper from us

got a call into lloyd, lookin forward to hearin back from him
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