pcollins

quick atc 70 question

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Hey guys, just a quick question here, this is on a 1984 atc 70.

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that circled part above the condenser (felt), i don't have that. is it extremely important?

and the circled part near the points, is that where this goes? in between the flywheel rubbing area and the points?: http://dratv.com/poincamrubfe.html

or does that felt go in between forks on the condenser like in the pic.

thanks. hope to be a useful member here.

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Well Hello!!!!!!!!

You know,,,,Its been so long since I have messed with any of that stuff I dont want to THINK I know your Answer.....I dont often do this for this Particular Web site anymore but I think you will find what you are looking for over there and Much Much More.....The guys and gals over there are VERY Knowledgeable with the ATC70....Hell,,,,they have a Forum devoted to them....LOL.....Just be sure to tell them that I sent ya.....:wink:

www.3wheeler.org

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ok thanks. i'll go check them out.

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it's just a wick to keep the cam lubricated....they don't last forever...I don't think I've seen an oldie with one still on it.

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