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I'm looking into having one or a few of the 4 inch crank pulleys machined.
No doubt I'll get a better price for quantity so anyone interested, do you want a pulley or can you machine it?

This pulley uses a 4 groove serpantine belt and will fit the 1200, 1100 and possibly the 1000 crankshaft.

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i have the machining tools to do this but im not sure i can get to anything my stuff is stored in a friends barn waiting for me to get the doghouse done ....but i will see if its possible ....im almost sure its way in the back behind tons of other stuff ive got :Awe:

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I would be interested the shipping may be the kicker tho

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I wouldn't mind taking a crack at putting an alternator on my bike, so count me in as wanting a pulley sir.

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I wouldn't mind taking a crack at putting an alternator on my bike, so count me in as wanting a pulley sir.

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With all of the new information available about the new r/r that is out there, do we need to have an external alternator if the new r/r will actually help our OEM stator work better or am I reading those posts wrong?

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id say your right gerry its what im thinking is the way to go

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With all of the new information available about the new r/r that is out there, do we need to have an external alternator if the new r/r will actually help our OEM stator work better or am I reading those posts wrong?


Well, the full load output is still the same from what I understand.
Once you've reached the 300 watt stator capacity that's it.
For stock lighting loads plus up to the stator capacity I see no reason to ever do an external anyway.
Those that do, want more power for extra lights and toasters or don't want to change out the stator.

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Thanks Dan! I will not be adding any fancies anytime soon and I am considering the new r/r route.

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I wouldnt want to know how much a shop would want to custom make them $$$$

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I heard back from the machinist that made mine. He'll make it out of all steel for $140 each and I'll ship it out for $5 so $145 total nationwide.

If your interested send me a PM or email.

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Dan I don't know if you are arware of it or not but Don is now supplying a 4" whith his kit. Also Bill has been making a 4" for quite some time now. That is where I got my 4". Angela :yahoo: :party:

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Oh that's good Angela.
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I never had much interest in supplying one anyway.

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Dan is this the pulley you have on your bike..Isn't there a spacer that goes with it..Where would I get one of those...I'm starting to like the idea of 55amp's as opposed to 30 amp's,,,I'm thinking Christmas light's..I gotta get me a welding machine first..

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Dan is this the pulley you have on your bike..Isn't there a spacer that goes with it..Where would I get one of those...I'm starting to like the idea of 55amp's as opposed to 30 amp's,,,I'm thinking Christmas light's..I gotta get me a welding machine first..

LB If you don't have the spacer you can take measurements and just use what ever thickness & quantity that you need with SS Washers. But the pulley I got from Bill was designed not to need a spacer & I believe this is the case with Don's pulleies as well. If you don't feel compfy with washers, then just contact Dod and he will fill you in with what you need. :yahoo: :salute:

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