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tool identification #789283 11/05/19 9:56 pm
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Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789288 11/05/19 10:22 pm
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Looks like you have to be a member to view photos


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Re: tool identification [Re: shel] #789289 11/05/19 10:29 pm
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When i touch the link photo appears. always Had trouble loading photos on this site

Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789290 11/05/19 10:45 pm
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All the links posted do for me is to open a Panhead site that I cannot use to see photo. JDH you are most likely a member of that site.

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Re: tool identification [Re: shel] #789291 11/05/19 11:01 pm
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Originally Posted by shel
Looks like you have to be a member to view photos


yep it wont load for me either


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Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789307 11/06/19 1:06 am
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sorrry putting pics on other sites is easy but i just cannot make it work today here , I will try again later

Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789309 11/06/19 1:32 am
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Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789313 11/06/19 2:38 am
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My best guess is it's one of these gadgets ~> https://shop.srmclassicbikes.com/product/triumph-norton-crank-pinion-gear-puller-616019-late-type I've got no idea if it would fit anything on a BSA ? ……Edit : Add says it fits the Rocket 3 pinion gear ..

Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789327 11/06/19 12:08 pm
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Thankyou for the answer and your patience in getting a picture up . I have two of the bikes it can be used on so it will now be part of my ever growing tool box .
jerry

Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789404 11/07/19 7:59 am
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You need an image posting and sharing site... Then its usually easy to post photos... Trying out a new one now but Ill have to get back to you on its success
[Linked Image from i.ibb.co]

ibb.co seems to work now... Took a minute to figure out which code to use .... BBCode under full image seems to be the ticket....

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Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789509 11/08/19 4:44 pm
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This site is working again ... Must have been down the other night.... It is the easiest one to use to post pictures

https://postimages.org/


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Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #789548 11/09/19 1:15 am
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Wadeschields….nice Linhof. Your photo reminds me of the time I had one of the photo salesmen over to the darkroom after we had done our business. I had a new 5 oz Paterson graduate that I had put some Scotch into before the visitors arrived and quite enjoyed the reaction from the salesrep when I drank it down. Sometimes it's fun to be a [***]....

What developer are you using for your 120 black and white?

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Re: tool identification [Re: JDH] #790608 11/19/19 7:26 pm
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My darkroom has been down ever since we moved house 10 years ago.... I just started cleaning out the space for its new home last weekend though.... So I have been getting the film developed at my local lab.... I used to use D76 and may again but I may continue getting it developed then just make prints.... Thats more fun anyway...


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