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Douglas Motorcycles and Parts Wanted / Re: Veteran Handlebars Wanted
« Last post by veikko1 on 16 Jan 2018 at 20:51  »
I have one newmade touring type handlebars. It`s made with computer system, and copied from my 1914 model original. Sadly, thikcness is 25mm, not 1".
Regards veikko1
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Re: 1914 2 3/4 engine problems
« Last post by veikko1 on 16 Jan 2018 at 20:44  »
Thanks Eddie. I have looking pictures of your TT-model, and thinking, what is this pipe. Now I can doing something similar to my bike.
Regards Veikko
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Question...When did this drip oiler start being used on 4HP fuel tank 19??
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Re: E29 crank, 3 pins?
« Last post by GlenDouglas on 16 Jan 2018 at 18:47  »
Split the crank and locked aligned in chuck. Pindle end bent.

Any good grinders and spray metal companies for cranks anybody can recommend UK ?
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Douglas Motorcycles and Parts For Sale - Private / Re: Douglas 600CC AERO
« Last post by eddie on 16 Jan 2018 at 12:09  »
According to the publicity brochure - 7' 3".

  Regards,
               Eddie.
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Douglas Motorcycles and Parts For Sale - Private / Douglas 600CC AERO
« Last post by digcot65 on 16 Jan 2018 at 10:53  »
Can some please tell me the length of a Douglas 600c Aero
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Douglas Motorcycles and Parts Wanted / Veteran Handlebars Wanted
« Last post by GlennMckenzie on 15 Jan 2018 at 23:35  »
Looking for Veteran Handlebars for my My 1917 2 3/4, any condition.

Thanks Glenn
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Re: Researching 1920s douglas
« Last post by Doug on 15 Jan 2018 at 18:09  »
There are two CWs in the Photo Guide section of this forum.

-Doug
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this is what my tool looks like.
It works well at BTH and Lucas
Regards
     Manfred
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Re: 1914 2 3/4 engine problems
« Last post by eddie on 15 Jan 2018 at 07:35  »
Hello Veikko1,
                      As you say, the crankcase breathes through the valve in the crankshaft into the timing chest. In the floor of the timing chest (towards the back of the bike) there should be a pipe fitting to allow the pressure to escape. This fitting usually has a short stand pipe on the inside (to retain some oil), and a copper pipe on the outside that routes the vapour to the left hand side of the bike, so that it lubricates the primary chain.

  Hope this helps,
                            Regards,
                                         Eddie.
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