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    runt13 Guest

    Patriot Machine

    Jim ''RUNT'' Miller here.

    I have a small but complete machine shop in south central New Jersey. My shop will be called Patriot Machine.........soon to be a LLC. This is a motorcycle / small engine specific machine shop. Since this will be a part time deal....We will be starting off small and slow, so that we can maintain a fair price and reasonable turn around time.

    At this time, we will be offering the following services!

    1. cylinder honing and boring

    So if you need this service we are here to help!

    All work will be done on our serv-equip 2300D powerstroke hone, and our serv-equip 1201 boring machine. all cylinders will be bored and honed using the proper torque plates and kept within .0002 bore and taper!

    we can hone and bore cylinders for motorcycles, ATV's, PWC's, snowmobiles, lawn equipment, well you get the picture, ''small engines''

    Currently we can be reached here, or e-mail me at [email protected]

    Phone coming soon

    Jim ''RUNT'' Miller

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    runt13 Guest
    I can be reached by my cell for the time being......732-492-4715 cell / shop

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    If you were closer, I would look you up. But I am on the other side of the Country from you........
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    runt13 Guest
    UPS makes the world smaller!

    remember there are many shops out there qualified to do this work, and one is probally close to you.

    i have been honing cylinders since 1985. its a nice little service i can offer, at a reasonable fee. to anyone who needs it.

    i also have been collecting take off cylinders from all evo, twin-cam, and sportsters so that i can have a exchange program in the future.

    i just like making the old iron as close to 100% as possible. SPECIAL PRICES FOR RESTORATIONS!

    RUNT

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    That's nice, Runt. I appreciate guys like you. Best of luck in your business! I have a friend who was looking for a 'trade-jugs' deal for his Evo awhile back. I will keep you in mind for the future!
    52 HydraGlide
    59 Pan/Knuck Chopper
    77 Stroker Shovel FLH
    94 Evo Secret Components

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    runt13 Guest
    the 1927 period correct board tracker we built [don motley and myself] is for sale. we want to get started on the 1929 factory racer we are building.
    anyone interested?

    just blow up the picture in my profile for a look or e-mail me for more pictures

    soon to be in american iron

    RUNT

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    Quote Originally Posted by runt13 View Post
    the 1927 period correct board tracker we built [don motley and myself] is for sale. we want to get started on the 1929 factory racer we are building.
    anyone interested?

    just blow up the picture in my profile for a look or e-mail me for more pictures

    soon to be in american iron

    RUNT
    There is no picture in your profile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runt13 View Post
    the 1927 period correct board tracker we built [don motley and myself] is for sale. we want to get started on the 1929 factory racer we are building.
    anyone interested?

    just blow up the picture in my profile for a look or e-mail me for more pictures

    soon to be in american iron

    RUNT
    The picture in your profile won't enlarge.
    Chris Haynes
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    Costco Member
    I can't Re Member
    http://vintageamericanmotorcycles.com/
    Be sure to register so you can view large photos

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    runt13 Guest
    LOL! i am not very good with the computer stuff, will have to get my son to post them, off to the garage to work on a shovelhead. what else would you do on mothers day?

    RUNT

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    Quote Originally Posted by runt13 View Post
    off to the garage to work on a shovelhead. what else would you do on mothers day?

    RUNT
    I WOULD BE OUT RIDING THAT OLD SHOVELHEAD!!!
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