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Author Topic: bell tip megaphones  (Read 7294 times)


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Re: bell tip megaphones
« Reply #15 on: December 21, 2007, 03:49:37 pm »
j&p has 5 belltip rh mufflers in stock   straight or angled up
99 Enfield Bullet 535
a man isn't drunk,if he can lie on the floor without hanging on


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Re: bell tip megaphones
« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2007, 05:06:33 pm »
Hey E-C,

Just logged in after several days' absence and saw your post and questions about
my Thunderbolt. It was a 1960 single carb model, with the old 4spd Berman box with
1st gear being up, as I remember. Possible 1st could have been down, memory plays
tricks at my age. Overall it was fairly reliable, but you had to be willing to wrench on
it regularly to keep it happy. Sort of like the Bullets. The biggest problems I had were
oil leaks, electrical, and having to have the tranny rebuilt a couple of times. I loaned
it to a buddy and he let all the oil leak out and lunched the engine. When kept in tune
it was a fun ride and I would not mind having another one.

Ride Safe, Tex


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Re: bell tip megaphones
« Reply #17 on: December 29, 2007, 06:02:30 am »
I'm also in Texas & have a like new upswept megaphone from allynair which I'm not using & will make you a good deal. Bill @ 512-869-0907 or 930-8981