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There is nothing a 4 jaw chuck can't hold and keep running true
I wouldn't know a 4 jaw chuck from a 6 raw chooks.
I leave that to the experts

Just called in and had a look, one is bored and stepped ready for the sleeve, and the other is mounted up in the lathe ready to go.

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Horse power it will produce, What will be the weakest link now, clutch , transmission, ect...

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Horse power it will produce, What will be the weakest link now, clutch , transmission, ect...
I think the weakest link will be the tires....
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I think the weakest link will be the tires....
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Exactly....but on the strip I'll drop the rear to say...22psi
Should hook up nicely, may go the reduction pulley too.

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I wouldn't know a 4 jaw chuck from a 6 raw chooks.
I leave that to the experts

Just called in and had a look, one is bored and stepped ready for the sleeve, and the other is mounted up in the lathe ready to go.

Heres a coupla pix.
Some call it a Buck Chuck.
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with street tires leave the air pressure up.
You'll hook up just fine. Less is not always better

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with street tires leave the air pressure up.
You'll hook up just fine. Less is not always better
I drop my 235/65/15 rear street tyres on my car to 20psi for traction at the drags. Why wouldn't that work on a bike?........err think I just realised!
My rear 180/55/18 is a low profile and I know for a fact that guys at the drags running modern Street cars with their low profile tyres shouldn't drop their rear pressures, the low profiles don't like or need it....
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Some call it a Buck Chuck.
That's a new one for me! I'll have to ask my dad if he's heard that one. Something very satisfying about manual machine work, sans a hot chip on the lip or down the shirt.

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