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Dominator Motorcycle Wheels


dominator motorcycle wheels
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dominator motorcycle wheels - Dominator Right
Dominator Right Rear Brake Rotor - 9s 11102-25
Dominator Right Rear Brake Rotor - 9s 11102-25
Made from 420 stainless steel
High polish finish
Heat-treated to 40 Rockwell
Blanchard ground
Made in the USA
84-99 XL, Big Twin Right Rear (exc. 84-99 FLT)

This Item Fits the Following Applications:
1999 Harley Davidson XLH883HUG Sportster 883 Hugger
1999 Harley Davidson XLH883
1999 Harley Davidson XLH1200
1999 Harley Davidson XL1200S Sportster 1200 Sport
1999 Harley Davidson XL1200C Sportster 1200 Custom
1999 Harley Davidson FXSTS Springer Softail
1999 Harley Davidson FXSTC Softail Custom
1999 Harley Davidson FXSTB Night Train
1999 Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard
1999 Harley Davidson FXR3
1999 Harley Davidson FXR2
1999 Harley Davidson FXDX Dyna Super Glide Sport
1999 Harley Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide
1999 Harley Davidson FXDS-Conv Dyna Convertible
1999 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider
1999 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide
1999 Harley Davidson FLSTS Heritage Springer
1999 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy
1999 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
1999 Harley Davidson FLHTCUI Electra Glide Ultra Classic
1999 Harley Davidson FLHTCU Electra Glide Ultra Classic
1999 Harley Davidson FLHTCI Electra Glide Classic
1999 Harley Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic
1999 Harley Davidson FLHT Electra Glide Standard
1999 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
1999 Harley Davidson FLHR Road King
1998 Harley Davidson XLH883HUG Sportster 883 Hugger
1998 Harley Davidson XLH883
1998 Harley Davidson XLH1200
1998 Harley Davidson XL1200S Sportster 1200 Sport
1998 Harley Davidson XL1200C Sportster 1200 Custom
1998 Harley Davidson FXSTS Springer Softail
1998 Harley Davidson FXSTC Softail Custom
1998 Harley Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide
1998 Harley Davidson FXDS-Conv Dyna Convertible
1998 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider
1998 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide
1998 Harley Davids

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Norton Commando 850 1973 Norton was a British motorcycle marque from Birmingham, founded in 1898 as a manufacturer of cycle chains. By 1902 they had begun manufacturing motorcycles with bought-in engines. In 1908 a Norton built engine was added to the range. This began a long series of production of single cylinder motorcycles. They were one of the great names of the British motorcycle industry, producing machines which for decades dominated racing with highly tuned single cylinder engines under the Race Shop supremo Joe Craig. Postwar a 500 cc twin cylinder model called the Dominator or Model 7 was added to the range for 1949, and this evolved into the 1970s through 500 cc, to 600 cc, to 650 cc, to 750 cc and to 850 cc models with the Dominator, 650, Atlas and Commando, all highly regarded road motorcycles of their time. History [edit]Beginnings The original company was formed by James Norton (Known as Pa) in Birmingham in 1898. In 1902 Norton began building motorcycles with French and Swiss engines. In 1907 a Norton ridden by Rem Fowler won the twin-cylinder class in the first Isle of Man TT race, beginning a sporting tradition that went on until the 1960s &ndas; The Isle of Man Senior TT, the most prestigious of events, was won by Nortons ten times between the wars and then every year from 1947 to 1954. The first Norton engines were made in 1908, beginning a line of side-valve single cylinder engines which continued with few changes until the late 1950s. In 1913 the business declined, R.T. Shelley & Co., the main creditors, intervened and saved it. Norton Motors Ltd was formed shortly afterwards under joint directorship of James Norton and Bob Shelley. J.L. Norton died in 1925 aged only 56, but he saw his motorcycles win the Senior and sidecar TTs in 1924.[1] Designed by Walter Moore, the CamShaft One (CS1) engine appeared in 1927, based closely on the ES2 (pushrod) engine and using many of its parts. On his departure to NSU in 1930, an entirely new ohc engine was designed by Arthur Carroll, which was the basis for all later ohc and dohc Norton singles. (Moore's move to NSU prompted staff to claim that NSU stood for "Norton Spares Used") That decade spawned the Norton racing legend. Of the nine Isle of Man Senior TTs (500 cc) between 1931 and 1939 Norton won seven.[2] Up to 1934, Norton bought the excellent Sturmey Archer gearboxes and clutches. When Sturmey decided to discontinue production, Norton bought the design rights, and had them made by Burman, a manufacturer of proprietary gearboxes. Nortons also appealed to ordinary motorcyclists who enjoyed the reliability and performance offered by single-cylinder engines with separate gearboxes. The marque withdrew their teams from racing in 1938, but between 1937 and 1945 nearly one quarter (Over 100,000) of all British military motorcycles were Nortons, basically the WD 16H (solo) and WD Big Four outfit (with driven sidecar wheel).[3] [edit]Post war After the War, Norton reverted to civilian motorcycle production, gradually increasing the range. A major addition in 1949 was the Dominator, also known as the Model 7, a pushrod 500 cc twin cylinder machine designed by Bert Hopwood. Its chassis was derived from the ES2 single, with telescopic front and plunger rear suspension, and an updated version of the gearbox known as the 'horizontal' box. Post war, Norton struggled to reclaim its pre-WWII racing dominance, since the single cylinder machine was facing fierce competition from the multi-cylinder Italians, and AJS at home. In the 1949 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season, the first year of the world championship, Norton only made fifth place, and AJS won. That was before the Norton Featherbed frame appeared, developed for Norton by the McCandless brothers of Belfast in January, 1950, used in the legendary Manx Norton, and raced by riders including Geoff Duke, John Surtees and Derek Minter. Overnight the featherbed frame was the benchmark by which all other frames were judged. Nortons were winners again.[4] In 1951 the Norton Dominator became available in export markets as the Model 88 with the Featherbed frame. Later, as production of this frame increased, it became a regular production model, and was made in variants for other models, including the ohv single cylinder machines. The racing successes were transferred to the street through Cafe racers, some of whom would use the feather bed frame with an engine from another manufacturer to make a hybrid machine with the best of both worlds. The most famous of these were Tritons - Triumph twin engines in a Norton feather-bed frame. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NORTON ATLAS. PIIA 750CC. DESERT SLED HYBRID. UK 1968.
NORTON ATLAS. PIIA 750CC. DESERT SLED HYBRID. UK 1968.
The 1968 P11A was the second version of the 750cc Norton Atlas-powered scrambler with a Matchless G85CS Reynolds 531 frame made for US cross-country racing. To suit it for street cruising as well, the P11A has a roomier seat than the original 1967 P11 and pillion footrests, while the upswept silencers have detachable baffles. The 1968 machine also carries the Norton Villiers 'green blob' logo on top of the fuel tank. Development The Mark 1 Atlas was launched as the 750SS in the early 1960's. Designer Bert Hopwood’s 497cc Dominator engine was bored out to 745cc to appeal to American market and initially was only produced for export. The styling was also aimed at the US market with high-rise handlebars, small 2.5-gallon petrol tank and valanced chrome mudguards and chain guard. The look was completed with a heavy-duty WM3-18 rear wheel and a Lucas Competition magneto was supplied as standard.[1] The engine had lower compression than the Dominator (at 7.6:1) and was fitted with a single 376 Amal monobloc carb giving 55bhp at 6500rpm. However the design also produced excessive vibration at high revs, so the compression ratio was reduced. The Atlas shared many cycle parts with the last of the Domminator twins and had Norton’s four-speed gearbox and heavy-duty clutch. Electrics were 6-Volt and it had Roadholder forks, adjustable Girling rear shocks and a slimline Featherbed frame.[1] In 1964 the Atlas was upgraded to 12-Volt electrics, gained an extra carburettor and wider yokes. A UK version was launched with flat bars and twin instruments. The Atlas continued to be built until 1968 but by then the Norton Commando had taken over.[1] [edit] Specials and Hybrids Specialist tuners such as Dunstall produced Atlas based racers and the Metisse, and the factory-built Atlas-powered AMC-Norton hybrids even included an Atlas based off-road scrambler.[2] Over seven thousand Atlas hybrids were produced at Plumstead between late 1963 and late 1968 using Atlas engines and the featherbed frame. Most of these machines had complicated designations of numbers and letters instead of names

dominator motorcycle wheels
dominator motorcycle wheels
Dominator 3/4in. Punisher Pulley with Adapter - 66T 662300-15
Made from 6061 aircraft aluminum
High polish finish
Hob cut
Made in the USA

This Item Fits the Following Applications:
2009 Harley Davidson FXSTC Softail Custom
2009 Harley Davidson FXSTB Night Train
2009 Harley Davidson FLSTSB Cross Bones
2009 Harley Davidson FLSTN Softail Deluxe
2009 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy
2009 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
2008 Harley Davidson FXSTC Softail Custom
2008 Harley Davidson FXSTB Night Train
2008 Harley Davidson FLSTSB Cross Bones
2008 Harley Davidson FLSTN Softail Deluxe
2008 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy
2008 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
2007 Harley Davidson FXSTD Softail Duce
2007 Harley Davidson FXSTC Softail Custom
2007 Harley Davidson FXSTB Night Train
2007 Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard
2007 Harley Davidson FLSTSC Softail Springer Classic
2007 Harley Davidson FLSTN Softail Deluxe
2007 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy
2007 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic

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