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motorcycle starter rollers #609414
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does any one have the item in the pic for sale or know where i can buy one thanks fred





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Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: goldstarfreddie] #609422
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We use something similar at work to unreel rolls of fibre/cable, try searching for cable roller or reel roller, they are usually rated for weight. personally I'd be expecting the car to roll off when the clutch is let out on the bike, there again I am probably wrong.....again

Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: goldstarfreddie] #609435
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Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: Jon W. Whitley] #609485
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Originally Posted By Jon W. Whitley


Those are mine, photo taken after Grattan, Mi AHRMA race where Doc Z delivered them to me personally.

They are simply the best (although a bit spendy). I got mine in trade for an Aermacchi/HD Sprint 350 "knucklehead" engine.


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Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: goldstarfreddie] #609499
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the vintage flat tracker people use them, and the last time i was there had several for sale, new and used:

http://www.vft.org/

but there weren't any yesterday.


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Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: goldstarfreddie] #609589
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Find a junk treadmill as they have two that look very similar.

Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: goldstarfreddie] #610160
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I have seen an 8 inch angle grinder used instead of those little motors
baz

Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: dommie90] #610449
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I would be very surprised if one of your mates could not fabricate a set for you I made a couple back in the 70s when we were drag racing

Re: motorcycle starter rollers [Re: dommie90] #610551
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Originally Posted By dommie90
I have seen an 8 inch angle grinder used instead of those little motors
baz

Not sure what "little motors" you are referring to. The starter motors in the pics are Ford auto starters and they definitely are not little. And they really put out the torque. The rollers are kind of violent when the 2 starters engage.


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