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Bob Newby Instructions ? #323341
07/16/10 7:19 pm
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I just bought a Bob Newby belt drive clutch for a 750 Triumph. I need installation instructions. If you have them, contact me at: timware@att.net. Thank you.

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Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: 750 Tracker] #323369
07/17/10 12:57 am
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Wow. I was just thinking about one of those. Did you get it new or used? If you don't mind my asking, what'd they get you for it?


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Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: Sisyphus] #323514
07/18/10 1:26 am
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I bought it new on eBay for less than the $895. list. Yes, they're expensive, but I believe it's also the best. Be careful if you consider a unit that uses your old center hub and runs dry. You still have those 20 little rollers that should be lubricated. The tube of grease MAP includes is a cheazy fix. Are we supposed to stop every few miles and re-grease the rollers ? MAP offers a sealed bearing unit for not much less than the Newby.
That's just my opinion. I'll have the bike a long time.

Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: 750 Tracker] #323525
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625.00 and your jumpin the gun tim

Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: 750 Tracker] #323770
07/19/10 5:27 pm
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Dude, You need to get your facts straight before you run your mouth, yes Map has a econo one that has the grease but his double sealed bearing drive will run circles around any others. Wanna talk about no cuch in yours too.Have a guy with a 500 that is looking at a new trans because he runs no cush.Something has to give and it will ,intime. I wouldn't run with out some type of cush.If you putt around on the street you might be ok,Good luck

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Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: phantom309] #323805
07/19/10 8:56 pm
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Like I said, that's my opinion. And that's yours. And that's why we are given a choice. But you shouldn't feel that you have to defend your choice. Especially when your's has the special "Cuch" attachment. DUDE ??!! What are you, 17 ?! Grow up and stop trying to force your beliefs on other people.It was an OPINION. Or, should ALL opinions be cleared through you before being posted? You seem quite insecure.

Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: 750 Tracker] #323838
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Originally Posted By: 750 Tracker
Like I said, that's my opinion. And that's yours. And that's why we are given a choice. But you shouldn't feel that you have to defend your choice. Especially when your's has the special "Cuch" attachment. DUDE ??!! What are you, 17 ?! Grow up and stop trying to force your beliefs on other people.It was an OPINION. Or, should ALL opinions be cleared through you before being posted? You seem quite insecure.
Im not trying to force anything on you you just need to compair apples to apples.Yes your right mine does have the special (stock) shock absorber:-)Been defending my choice for many years on the race track with not one once of trouble. This is a free country you may buy what you like just compare apples to apples.Oh the map one even comes with detailed instructions:-)I also know better then to force anything on any body from Vt, thats where im from:-)Sorry I was a bit harsh.Oh insecure, not one bit :-)

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Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: phantom309] #323961
07/20/10 8:24 pm
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Can't help myself on this one as I hate to see any Green Mountain boys squabbling. But that insecure bit got me bothered. Tracker, heres a shot of Mr. Joyce waiting at the starting grid (Daytona 2010) for the others to show up. Perfectly relaxed.



Insecure? Just the opposite. I'd be sh!!ting a hoodsie at this point. Try watching him fly around there and you might want to eat them words. grin

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Re: Bob Newby Instructions ? [Re: Skeet] #324001
07/20/10 11:52 pm
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Damn skeet, at least the picture could be a brit bike.:-)Hey going to be at vir in a few weeks then going through vermont on my way to mosport to race, both of these races are good ones. The two Tims just need to meet:-)

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