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Offline TT John

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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #15 on: 24.08. 2016 17:53 »
TT John, I've a small journal crank which is in need of refurb for an early engine that I'm on with. Could please supply details of who and where please.

Rich.
Mine was done by Liddle & Bailey The Brents, Faversham, very good service, I believe they do quite a lot for the Triumph racing lads.

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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #16 on: 24.08. 2016 18:02 »
Sorry Rich,, the address and name are slightly different, its Bailey & Liddle The shipyard Upper Brents Faversham, not as I quoted earlier.

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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #17 on: 27.08. 2016 23:15 »
It turns out that neither Draganfly or Priory Magnetos have +40 small journal big end shells in stock - does anyone know where else would be worth trying?

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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #18 on: 27.08. 2016 23:16 »
Try Mike Reilly in Queensland.

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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #19 on: 27.08. 2016 23:22 »
Thanks trevinoz, I'll give him a yell
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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #20 on: 27.08. 2016 23:48 »
or Modak in Melbourne..
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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #21 on: 28.08. 2016 06:39 »
Um Groiley.....
Luckily no serious consequences for the idiot on board - apart from having to make sheepish call to Herself for a rescue party . . .  That always has consequences, like has to be taken out for a meal and thanked endlessly for a week.

Maybe this will help some of us understand our own "Herself"

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Re: Small journal crank re-grind?
« Reply #22 on: 29.08. 2016 07:51 »
Thanks Wozza - I've asked Modak as well.
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