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Re: Norton p11 oil tank

Postby Ron L » Wed Dec 28, 2016 7:25 pm

Piero,
As the mounts are asymmetric it would be difficult to reproduce them with just some measurements. You would need an original set to copy or at least some reasonable engineering drawings.
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Re: Norton p11 oil tank

Postby pierodn » Thu Dec 29, 2016 3:51 am

Ron L wrote:Piero,
As the mounts are asymmetric it would be difficult to reproduce them with just some measurements. You would need an original set to copy or at least some reasonable engineering drawings.


Hi.
I know.
Peter helped me with the measurement and i think i can do it.
Thank you.
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Re: Norton p11 oil tank

Postby pierodn » Tue Jan 17, 2017 12:50 pm

p400 wrote:Thanks Ron
My steel tank of this type, that I am running for extended street use and strength, is mounted with A, B and stud plate 034111 all under the frame strap (with large holes) and it seems to working for my installation just fine for 5000 miles or so. These instructions addressing the seat clearance will make me look again next time this is apart.
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Hi all.
I am looking for to buy the lower brackets clamps 034106 and 034127.
Nobody supply.
Is not very difficult to made it but i would more happy to buy it.
Someone have a pair to sell?.
Thank you.
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