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Cal Products Engine Case Repair

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Post Sun May 06, 2018 12:00 pm

Posts: 32
Location: Northern Michigan USA
I have an aftermarket Cal Products left side case I picked up a while ago. I was hoping to use for a panhead project and when I dug it out the other day and started to clean it up I noticed the timken bearing race on the inside of the case is loose. Can the case be resized/repaired? Is this case even worth investing anymore money on?

Post Sun May 06, 2018 1:53 pm

Posts: 2660
Location: Los Angeles, CA
I would simply order a new replacement Panhead case from Knuckleworks.
http://www.knuckleworks.com/ph5564.html

Post Sun May 06, 2018 8:14 pm

Posts: 32
Location: Northern Michigan USA
Chris Haynes wrote:
I would simply order a new replacement Panhead case from Knuckleworks.
http://www.knuckleworks.com/ph5564.html


Chris, I completely agree. I'm now wishing I had went that route from the beginning. I guess now I'm looking for a way to salvage my original investment. I guess sometimes it's better to cut the losses.


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