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Old 03-25-2011, 09:57 PM   #51
darmst6829
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Joined: Jul 2006
Location: Redmond WA
Oddometer: 356
Eek

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Originally Posted by blaine.hale View Post
Whoa, you're way off the money scale! It's only costing me $136 for a complete engine over haul. That includes bearings, gaskets, and rubber seals. The headlight assembly, and I'm probably wrong, but I see the head light assembly for $130 on Hugh's site. The bars are kind an "if" situation. If some pop up at the right price I'll grab em. The fenders are the pricey thing. I've seen the front, brand new for got $170.
Everything else I can handle, honestly. I'll be blasting the parts and I have the paint set up to do all my own paint. I honestly don't see breaking $1k on this.

A rod kit is almost $200 alone plus maybe $100 for a machine shop to press the crank apart and reassemble and true it all up. This is the heart of the engine. I am not trying to kill your project but just setting expectations having done several of these things before....

Dave

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