From:Steve Marks e-mail:steve@themagnetoguys.co.uk
Subject:RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Oil Line Ferrules Date:Tue Jul 31 03:48:06 2018
Response to:6909
.....and the Mike Breeding ones are made of chrome moly steel.
His website
http://www.mikesindianparts.com/HENDERSON%20PARTS.htm
says he is stopping all Henderson parts so be quick!
I agree with you Dave, I wouldn't be without my Tracy stand -
can't remember the last time I used the rear stand!
Best regards
Steve

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Dave,
Michael Breeding still carries the Tracy Snap Jacks.
Chris

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I received a message from Tom today saying he's on military
duty in Latin America, and won't return until mid-August. So if
you're looking for him, you'll have to wait.

Something else I'm looking for is a Tracey Snap-Jack. Mine
broke recently (I had the bike on the SnapJack, kicked it to
start, and suddenly it started leaning to the left.
Fortunately, I had my hands on the handlebars, so it didn't
lean too far!

Underneath the black paint, it's a brass casting, and it just
cracked. No easy (or at least strong) was to repair it. The
rear stand works fine, but man, is it ever inconvenient.
Tracey had the right idea!

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I think that Tom Fichau makes these. Billk

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Does anyone have a source for the ferrules on the KJ oil lines?
The ferrule on my tee-fitting to oil pressure gauge line done
cracked. It was a "field-fitted" copper item, unlike the
standard steel ferrule assembly.