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Home Page: Ed M   Platinum Member USA
Cicero, NY, USA

Total Posts: 16 Latest Post: 2018-01-29
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The Herald Is Alive!

Ed M   Platinum Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday January 28, 2018 7:45 PM


Fuel Line to Carburetor

Fuel Line to Carburetor

Fuel line from pump

Fuel line from pump

Side shields mounted waiting for radiator

Side shields mounted waiting for radiator

Radiator mounted

Radiator mounted

Test harness hooked up and ready to try

Test harness hooked up and ready to try

Test harness energized waiting for the push of the

Test harness energized waiting for the push of the button




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Member Comments on Journal Entry: The Herald Is Alive!   ↵
2018-01-30 11:49:54 # 48148
Comment by Ralph Hansen
Ed, It's been a real pleasure to help you get to this point. I appreciate the mention and look forward to providing whatever help I can over the hundreds of miles between us. Take care and enjoy your living beauty.Ralphaka Quikrx

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Back At It With The Herald

Ed M   Platinum Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday January 21, 2018 5:54 AM


IMG 4217s

IMG 4217s

IMG 4219s

IMG 4219s

IMG 4238

IMG 4238

IMG 4232

IMG 4232

IMG 4231

IMG 4231

IMG 4226

IMG 4226




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Front Suspension & Differential

Ed M   Platinum Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Monday March 13, 2017 4:37 AM


IMG 3722

IMG 3722

IMG 3724

IMG 3724

IMG 3729

IMG 3729

IMG 3730

IMG 3730

IMG 3731

IMG 3731




Member Comments on Journal Entry: Front Suspension & Differential   ↵
2017-03-16 06:11:42 # 41000
Comment by Eric O
Ed, it is looking great! Good luck with the hubs. It took 3 to get 2 good ones for me. One was so stubborn it ruined the puller. Eric
2017-03-16 09:37:25 # 41013
Comment by Ed M
Thanks Eric. Now I know where I saw the picture of the broken hub puller (on your journal page)! I warned my friend that it might be a S.O.B. to pull. He has been wrenching for 35 years and tells me to stop worrying. I have extra hubs but hope I don't need them. I would like to get the rear suspension on this Saturday and if I can get the hub and axles assembled today I can get them painted up and stay on track.
2017-03-22 07:54:18 # 41147
Comment by Gary Bray
Why the red springs? ...

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Painting And Front Suspension Assembly

Ed M   Platinum Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday March 5, 2017 6:51 PM


Pieces finish painted in black AUE 100

Pieces finish painted in black AUE-100

Vertical links and hubs painted and ready for clea

Vertical links and hubs painted and ready for clear

Completed Hub

Completed Hub

Completed vertical link

Completed vertical link

Front springs in Signal Red The color is off in t

Front springs in Signal Red. The color is off in the picture.

Turrets mounted to frame and suspension loosley as

Turrets mounted to frame and suspension loosley assembled

Close up of the right side

Close up of the right side.




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Getting Suspension Pieces Painted

Ed M   Platinum Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Monday February 27, 2017 6:22 PM


Suspension pieces on the rack

Suspension pieces on the rack

Turret and wishbone

Turret and wishbone

Cleaned up differential Where s the drain plug I

Cleaned up differential. Where's the drain plug? It's not under the pinion mount.




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Frame Painted

Ed M   Platinum Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday February 19, 2017 9:07 PM


Metal Prepped and etched ready for primer

Metal Prepped and etched ready for primer

Two coats of epoxy primer

Two coats of epoxy primer

High build 2k urethane primer ready for sanding

High build 2k urethane primer ready for sanding

Two coats final finish low gloss black

Two coats final finish low gloss black




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