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Douglas Motorcycle Technical Articles / Re: Post war engines.
« Last post by richard s1 on Yesterday at 12:04 »
Hello Phil

          Look up WWW.feked.com
They might have something to suit you re. baffles

Cheers
         Richard
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Re: DouglasMK5
« Last post by douglas1947 on 16 Jun 2018 at 15:21  »
Yes,

you must take care for positiv or negativ earth of your dynamo.
You can change it on the dynamo.

I add a photo of the voltage control (neg. earth) of my MK1, I think it is a nice place to fix it in between the tank bracket.

Michael
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / DouglasMK5
« Last post by digcot65 on 16 Jun 2018 at 11:39  »
Is it possible to buy a solid state voltage regulator for the MK5?
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Re: Belt rims
« Last post by Domas on 16 Jun 2018 at 07:13  »
What is the diameter of the brake rim and how wide is it? For my 2 3/4 HP.
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Thanks Daren, learnt a lot about Dougys very quickly! Judging by the support bars this B29 had foot plates, i see some had foot rubbers?
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Douglas Motorcycles - General Discussion / Footrest 1930 Douglas
« Last post by douglas1947 on 13 Jun 2018 at 16:39  »
On my 350cc H3 Douglas is one of the clips missing. It is to hold the (half round) rubber.

Has anyone an idea of a source or a reproduction?

Michael
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Douglas Motorcycles and Parts Wanted / Handlebar Douglas 1912 Model G
« Last post by Peter kuiper on 13 Jun 2018 at 05:26  »
Hallo Everybody,

Is there anyone who could help me whit a handlebar for my douglas 1912.

Kind regards,
Peter Kuiper
Netherlands
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Thanks Doug. The taper on my worm is so slight that I suspect it is designed as a press-on interference fit, so perhaps the whole thing is a replacement part - machine off your old worm, press this one on.

At least one of the pumps is Douglas! Thanks everyone.

Cheers

Leon
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Leon, 

It is worm drive. The worm is integral with the timing idler gear.



-Doug
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Yep, I guess it could be an Aussie-made version of the DT pump - we had DT's running until after WW2 and a history of making knock-off spare parts. But the pump in your photo is not worm drive? Or is it just an optical illusion.

Leon
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