Dudeland

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  1. Dudeland

    I.E Rad drain bung size

    It is m10x1.0 just looking for a good valve to put in there. Anybody have any suggestions? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Dudeland

    Front pulley removal

    Will do. The last thing I need is to replace the front cover Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Dudeland

    Front pulley removal

    Cool thanks. I do have a hydraulic puller, but perhaps a bit of overkill Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Dudeland

    Front pulley removal

    Cool thanks. I do have a hydraulic puller, but perhaps a bit of overkill Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Dudeland

    Front pulley removal

    Cool thanks. I do have a hydraulic puller, but perhaps a bit of overkill Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Can someone confirm 2 things? 1) Is the front pulley bolt reverse thread? 2) Will I need a puller to get it off?
  7. Dudeland

    I.E Rad drain bung size

    14mm x 1.5?? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Dudeland

    I.E Rad drain bung size

    Cool thanks thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Ok so I am about to install the sensor for my crank trigger.... pull the bolt out of the water pump, and it hits the rad. So I have to remove the rad. I am sick of making a mess every time I drain the system, so I want to put in a drain with a tap, so that I can put a small pump on it and put it all into a clean sealed storage container. Does anyone know the thread size on the drain plug? Thanks in advance. P.S I don't think raising the engine will get me enough to get the bolt out.
  10. Any idea of the deck height on the head?
  11. Dudeland

    It is about time.

    A quick update. I got the wheel done, I will try to install it this weekend. I am interested to see if this sort of control makes any difference. Regards P.S is the crank pulley bolt reverse thread?
  12. To close the loop on this, Here is the finished product with a flying magnet wheel and the pickup. Now one thing that might be alarming to others, Tom from 02 again only has 23 hubs left, and after those are gone there will be no more. So if you thought you may need one, then go now or forever hold your peace. If you are interested in doing one of these wheels, then please PM me. I can get you in touch with my fabrication guy and he will spin one up, but you will need tom's hub and pulley to do so, and the sensor holder. Regards
  13. I am about to get rid of mine. ... going to a crank trigger. Picking it up today. Lol [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Sorry but someone had to say it. Look at a 123 dizzy. Keep your original one tucked away in a nice box. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. What sort of work? Mechanical, body or both? Are you looking to a restomod? Or back to stock?? Budget helps as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk