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hason1980Sun Apr-17-11 08:12 PM
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"61 Norton 650 Twin"
Sun Apr-17-11 08:14 PM by hason1980

          

I just got a 61 Norton 650 twin. I want to restore it and need some advice on where to find parts and who to go to to get the engine/trans rebuilt.

Parts needed:
front end forks
wheel rims

I'm new to brit bikes so any advice would be appreciated. I'm located in Chicago.

Thanks

  

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soloriderhdThu Jun-09-11 09:11 PM
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#1. "RE: 61 Norton 650 Twin"
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>I just got a 61 Norton 650 twin. I want to restore it and
>need some advice on where to find parts and who to go to to
>get the engine/trans rebuilt.
>
>Parts needed:
>front end forks
>wheel rims
>
>I'm new to brit bikes so any advice would be appreciated. I'm
>located in Chicago.
>
>Thanks

I've got a 64 Norton 650 twin and am having a really hard time finding anyone who knows anything about the bike. Let me know if you find anything out.

Thanks!

soloriderhd

  

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Dan MMon Jun-13-11 09:25 PM
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#2. "RE: 61 Norton 650 Twin"
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Mon Jun-13-11 09:26 PM by Dan M

          

For parts, Walridge motors does a good job. British Only has quite a bit too. Fair spares is mostly Commando but Phil is very knowledgable and surprises me with what he has on hand sometimes.
http://www.walridge.com/section/view/

http://britishonly.com/

http://www.fairsparesamerica.com/about.asp

Bob Goodpaster at Expert Cycle in Hobart Indiana can do your rebuilding. Good guy.

http://expertmotorcycleworks.com/

Join the Chicago Norton Owners club. Good contacts there.

http://cnoc.org/

Where in Chicago are you?

Dan

  

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