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  1. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    Probably pretty good for the timeline. I know all...

    Probably pretty good for the timeline. I know all the gearbox clutches here were stamped 5/74, it must have been a busy time in the factory! Surprises that they'd bother spraying industrial machines...
  2. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    Duck's guts! Just noticed, no feed stops - and...

    Duck's guts!

    Just noticed, no feed stops - and looking at images, no 12 appears like it came with them ever, learn sumpin new every day. Any evidence of a date on any electrics?
  3. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    Somebody appears to be a workaholic or an...

    Somebody appears to be a workaholic or an insomniac!

    That "telescoping conduit", at least on the bigger one with knobs and buttons rather than a joystick, was just grey plastic coated metal...
  4. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    I don't remember that frame colour, I think it...

    I don't remember that frame colour, I think it was silver and maybe a little earlier than 74, and the see through was wider and further back, but that's probably dodgy memory, recall the akronts...
  5. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    Pressure should be in TT's Sag 12 thread...

    Pressure should be in TT's Sag 12 thread adventure, vaguely remember it was somewhere around 50psi when I put a gauge on it. I think he explained in some detail the logic of the system - or maybe it...
  6. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    Yep, one down in the base. Haven't got a 12...

    Yep, one down in the base. Haven't got a 12 manual conveniently at hand, I'm sure if someone doesn't pipe up, you can download it.

    Graziano specs oil by weight for their own peculiar reasons....
  7. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    I'd probably be more concerned with the gearbox...

    I'd probably be more concerned with the gearbox rather than up top, the filter in the pump pedestal would be my first port of call, before running for any length. The colour of the oil should tell...
  8. Thread: Shaggy's Sag 12

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    If that's the final resting spot, looks like it...

    If that's the final resting spot, looks like it might present some fun leveling exercises. Looks like you were BSing, plenty of space for a 40"! :D

    The extent of brick path shown doesn't look too...
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