Shop degree wheels back in stock!

Saturday, Aug 17, 2019

People often ask me if I have shop TEE shirts for sale. I do not.
degree_wheel_colors-copy degree_wheel_blue-copy However since this is an engine shop I feel much stronger about having degree wheels for sale, as no TEE shirt has ever made an engine run better, faster, or more efficiently. The new batch of degree wheels is in and I could not be happier with the way they turned out.
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First these were water jet cut from .050″ 6061 aluminum sheet (1.27mm thick) into 7″ round discs (178mm). They were then fixtured and turned in a lathe to make a crisp and true edge. After cutting the edge, they were individually deburred, and then chemically treated to even the aluminum finish. Then they were anodized in groups of colors, and then permanently laser marked. Following that each one was inspected, bagged, and placed in a hand stenciled box.
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From the materials to the artwork to the finished product, many talented people helped me produce these, and I am proud to offer them for sale instead of a “shop shirt”.
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The colors are very limited, the majority of these degree wheels are black. Even if you are not planning on degreeing your cams, timing your engine, or installing a magneto right now, it is a good idea to have a degree wheel for when you do need it.
It also looks good hanging on the garage wall.
This purely American made tool may help you go faster, and will last a lifetime if cared for.


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Triumph ARD magneto!

Friday, May 03, 2013

Everyone knows magnetos are bad ass. No battery needed to rip down the road. The ARD magneto was popular with the flat track crowd due to the fact that you could throw your bike on the ground and not worry about hurting your mag. These are belt driven, single fire, and very cool…


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Triumph Unit Morris Magneto

Thursday, Mar 29, 2012

This really nice magneto turned up for a customer’s engine. The adaptor that the magneto mounts in the tach drive thread is surprisingly strong. There is a Youtube video of this mag being installed and timed incorrectly. Please do not time your mag this way. Anyway the guys at Morris are great to deal with and make excellent magnetos.

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