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    Linkerts.com

    What the heck happened there? Went to the site last night and it's some conglomeration of two sites and selling off molds for replica carbs?

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    Re: Linkerts.com

    If you're looking for Into-The-Wilderness, that website is "LinkertCarbs" dot com.
    It looks like the "Linkert" dot com website is associated with Mas Classics.
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    Re: Linkerts.com

    Dang. I need to have my head examined........

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    Re: Linkerts.com

    Is this a good source for the M74b carbs or would you recommend I find one at a swap meet and rebuild? I am heading to Denton in May. Currently I am set up with a 76 Keinan carb on my 62.
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    Re: Linkerts.com

    Complete M74B's come up on FleaBay often and are fairly inexpensive. Swap meets as well are a great source. I found a nice body for 30 bucks and Tom found a complete carb for 100. They're easy to rebuild yourself and Palmer's has a nice section on it. And of course, we're always here to give you a hand!

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    Re: Linkerts.com

    I think Bags does a good job of restoring Linkert carbs.
    To be clear, I'm talking about LINKERTCARBS.com, not Linkerts.com, which is Mas Classics. If you do some looking around, you'll see that at Mas Classics, they are making raw castings of Linkert and Schebler carbs as well as oil pump bodies. The pump bodies are raw, no machine work, which is the hard part. So-- nothing negative against Mas intended, but LINKERTCARBS.com is a good place.

    Now having said all that, I still think you're better off to find one at a swap meet. Just last month I picked up a 100% complete and original M74B for............. oh, $95. The shafts are still tight, I think all it will need is cleaned up.
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    Re: Linkerts.com

    Thanks Mr. Big and Bigincher. I will see what I find in Denton and keep my eyes posen on fleabay. If I followed all the posts correctly, I want the 74B without the sans serif. Maybe Dale and or Matt Walksler can point out what to look for when I ride with them to Denton. Just need to pick his brain for a few minutes. Well me a a few other riders.
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    Re: Linkerts.com

    Quote Originally Posted by MGHarley1 View Post
    Thanks Mr. Big and Bigincher. I will see what I find in Denton and keep my eyes posen on fleabay. If I followed all the posts correctly, I want the 74B without the sans serif. Maybe Dale and or Matt Walksler can point out what to look for when I ride with them to Denton. Just need to pick his brain for a few minutes. Well me a a few other riders.

    wouldn't "without sans serif" be a contradiction in terms

    san serif typeface is one that does not have the small projecting features called "serifs" at the end of strokes
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    Re: Linkerts.com

    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat1 View Post
    wouldn't "without sans serif" be a contradiction in terms

    san serif typeface is one that does not have the small projecting features called "serifs" at the end of strokes
    Oh No...! The grammer cops...!!
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    Re: Linkerts.com

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigincher View Post
    I think Bags does a good job of restoring Linkert carbs.
    To be clear, I'm talking about LINKERTCARBS.com, not Linkerts.com, which is Mas Classics. If you do some looking around, you'll see that at Mas Classics, they are making raw castings of Linkert and Schebler carbs as well as oil pump bodies. The pump bodies are raw, no machine work, which is the hard part. So-- nothing negative against Mas intended, but LINKERTCARBS.com is a good place.



    Now having said all that, I still think you're better off to find one at a swap meet. Just last month I picked up a 100% complete and original M74B for............. oh, $95. The shafts are still tight, I think all it will need is cleaned up.

    Really? I'm not impressed.
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