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Dang, that sucks.

Some shops here will give a brotha a break if you tell them what you want it for.
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Dang, that sucks.

Some shops here will give a brotha a break if you tell them what you want it for.
These days are almost gone here I do remember them and it went the way you said. You could just walk in and asked them for instance to weld something for you and had a nice conversation, that kinda thing. You paid a few bucks or just a handshake was enough and they were your mates forever. But that was about 40 years ago. I think it depends on what country, or maybe even in what city you live.
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In the mail today the Goodridge oil line. It's pretty heavy and nice quality, well made.
It was shipped to me in an envelope without any markings or part numbers on it. I will ask the seller if these are available in the US too.



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Wow.
That looks beefy.
I'll add these to the Sportsterpedia. Maybe it'll help someone else.
Any info you have on how to buy would also be helpful.
Let us know how well it works.
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Thanks! Will do!
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The Dutch seller told me that you can order this from https://www.motorcyclestorehouse.com/ in the US under number 921862. But that's incorrect. Because, like I said earlier, this is a Dutch catalog where you can look up the part you need and then order it at a webshop across Europe and some countries acrosss the globe.

However...I think they forgot to put the US on their globe...You can order it in the UK or the closest country to the US and let it ship from there. Be aware of high shipping costs!

I tried to find this part at Goodridge. It seems they stopped making them for any kind of motorcycle. They do deliver the parts, so you have to order the parts separately and put it all together yourself. I did find dealerships and selling points for Goodridge in the US.

https://goodridge.com/distributors/d...ry/motorcycle/

If you take a look at the Dennis Kirk website... https://www.denniskirk.com/search/oil+lines.q/100.ipp

....you can find oil lines from Goodridge, but also from Drag Specialties or Russell. I found some Goodridge 'universal' oil lines where you have to order the adapters separately.
https://www.denniskirk.com/goodridge...prd/493959.sku

Long story short: If you're in the US it might just be easier and cheaper to find a local shop nearby like Hippysmack suggested.

When it's on the bike I will let you know how things work out. I think my oil filter will loose all the oil in it I guess and I don't know if the pump will leak a lot when I undo this hose. Gonna be messy. So I'm hesitating to change it now. I think I will change it at the first oil change interval. Anyone any experience in removing this hose?
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There's a shop(Dubuque Hose & Hydraulic) that specializes in this kind of stuff 5 blocks from me if anyone is ever at a loss. I assumed they were commonplace but according to them they regularly ship stuff all over so who knows. Just throwing it out there.
Those are nice. Just might have some made here.
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That hose is nice however it also appears to replace the fittings in the oil pump and case so be careful
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It seems to me the line has to swivel or you'll never get it to hook up without removing the pump, installing one end there and install the other end to the filter pad by twisting the hose and the pump.
It looks like a solid connection.
But most dress-up braided doodads I've seen are just slip coverings over a normal hose and fitting.
Unless you pay a good price for it that is.
I can't tell from the pics if it swivels or not, but it should.

The pump fittings come off just like normal pipe fittings.
It's the installation of a one piece hose deal that has to be lined up and careful not to cross-thread that's important to watch for.
Same thing as installing the clutch cable I'd imagine.
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