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erle
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glass fuel filter
      #518735 - 06/26/11 03:31 PM

Some of you have expressed an interest in the glass fuel filter that we use on our bike.



I am planing on assembling a dozen or so

I have this one on ebay to see what kind of interest there may or may not be.



http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayIS...:EF:MOTORS:1123



I hope to post pic's when I get about a dozen different types, including the Jim Beam one like I have, this one, and others with various themes.

The Jim Beam glass's are the hardest to find a filter for, cause there so small. But I keep looking.



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518740 - 06/26/11 04:00 PM

Yes!Yes! Yes! I am interested.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #518743 - 06/26/11 04:28 PM

Yep I want a guiness one!!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: chuckyj]
      #518755 - 06/26/11 06:43 PM

I want one too.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518764 - 06/26/11 08:43 PM

omg. thats so cool!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: jarnold]
      #518766 - 06/26/11 08:47 PM

Since I don't know exactly how they work, what are the options? Any type of tiny liquor bottle?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: BCarnage]
      #518770 - 06/26/11 09:25 PM

What are all the different styles available? I'd be interested in something for Bollox.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518773 - 06/26/11 11:41 PM

Whatever you come up with Brother Erle... I'm IN!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #518806 - 06/27/11 09:23 AM

A Heineken one would be sweet

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: BCarnage]
      #518847 - 06/27/11 01:39 PM

Well, it's all pain staking trial and error.

Since I'm NOT out to "corner the market", read on.

First, since their all old, used, vintage pieces, you just have to buy fuel filters off ebay, or what ever source you have. Then you buy misc. shot glasses that you like the looks of. Then you mix & match shot glasses with filter tops until you find glasses that fit the filter tops correctly.

You will most likely have to modify the wire bracket that holds the shot glass (bowl) tight to the filter top.

(sometimes, like the two I've already done, it's a perfect match, no mod's required)

(sometimes, you will need to fab a "bushing" to match the glass to the filter top, or sand the diameter of the glass "lip" smaller, and/or ream the diameter of the filter top larger)

I've found it's about one in twenty-five that just fit as is. Also, it's about one in ten that fit at all!

So, it's kinda like summer bikini's (at least with the one's I wear). You buy tops, you buy bottoms, and you HOPE that one combo stuns the crowd.

Keep in mind, the smaller filters, combined with the smaller shot glasses, usually "fit" motorcycles better then the larger (normal) sized ones, that work best on cars/trucks. And YES, the smaller ones are the harder to find ones.

If ALL this sounds like too much bullshizit to mess with, you buy one from some idiot that spends the time to make them work!



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #518849 - 06/27/11 01:44 PM

Stephen, your FIRST on the list.

I assume you would like the "Jim Beam" one?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: chuckyj]
      #518850 - 06/27/11 01:47 PM

I'm looking for a Guiness one now.

Clear, opaque, or doesn't matter?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518853 - 06/27/11 01:53 PM

The "Jim Beam" one is great but would be interested in other types if they are not too difficult for you to do. I guess any brand of spirit that has a darker colour such as bourbon. As you say it can become difficult to find the right match so I will leave it to you. I have actually gone with a Bundaberg rum theme on my bike but you probally dont even get that over there.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518854 - 06/27/11 02:01 PM

StevieB, chuckyJ, Tinman, ya'll are the first three on the list.

Let me know, and include some kind of idea of preference;
jarnold
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FriarJohn
Keith - maybe a leaf design (Maple, or "other")
teeg

I only have 6 smaller ones, and five larger ones, so this WILL NOT be an "overnight" thing!

Probably jumped the gun by saying ANYTHING before I had a dozen ready to go.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #518855 - 06/27/11 02:02 PM

I'll se if it's on ebay.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #518858 - 06/27/11 02:10 PM

If you have a glass (shot glass) you like, sent it. I'll make it work.

Me, I lean toward "liqueur" or "manuf.brand name" glasses.

This would apply to everyone. I'll have "Erle" offerings, but should be able to eventually fit anything you have to a filter! possibly even with-in a years time!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518860 - 06/27/11 02:41 PM

Quote:

I'll se if it's on ebay.




I just did a bit of a search and it seems they are doing them in plastic now. So it is an older glass one we need. Maybe I would have more luck in getting one and then I will send it on to you.


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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #518862 - 06/27/11 02:48 PM

Or maybe the way to go ahead with this is if you do one with a generic clear bottle and then I could source a label from one of the new plastic ones and stick it on your finished product. That would work for me and you would be able to find a suitable bottle easier I would think.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #518870 - 06/27/11 04:22 PM

I have a Pendleton shot glass. Wouldn't mind a Crown Royal version.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #518882 - 06/27/11 05:32 PM

Hey Erle, what are they worth, and I'd only want a clear one, standard shot glass so I can etch it myself

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518890 - 06/27/11 06:10 PM

Ya what's going to be our cost.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: chuckyj]
      #518930 - 06/27/11 11:13 PM

I don't care what it is... as long as it's R. Erle, I'm happy!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #518933 - 06/27/11 11:54 PM

Quote:

I don't care what it is... as long as it's R. Erle, I'm happy!




+1 to that.


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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #518998 - 06/28/11 01:32 PM

Quote:

I don't care what it is... as long as it's R. Erle, I'm happy!




You MAY want to re-evaluate your thoughts.


I figure;

1) vintage filter, $30 (with S&H)

2) shot glass, $10

3) one-off custom made "Work of Art" by the INFAMOUS R. Erle , PRICELESS!!!

$325 + S&H.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #518999 - 06/28/11 01:42 PM

Sounds perfect. I will get my business associates in Nigeria to deposit it directly into your bank account.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #519003 - 06/28/11 01:45 PM





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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #519004 - 06/28/11 01:47 PM

Quote:

Quote:

I'll se if it's on ebay.




I just did a bit of a search and it seems they are doing them in plastic now. So it is an older glass one we need. Maybe I would have more luck in getting one and then I will send it on to you.




That would be best.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #519007 - 06/28/11 02:05 PM

Quote:

Or maybe the way to go ahead with this is if you do one with a generic clear bottle and then I could source a label from one of the new plastic ones and stick it on your finished product. That would work for me and you would be able to find a suitable bottle easier I would think.




Food for thought.

All the vintage filters DO come with clear glass bowls, that one could certainly put any decal, sticker, or etch their own design on. Or even epoxy a hat/lapel pin on. (like the ones I put on my patent badge, see pic)

Now ya'll are thinkin'!




Two MAIN things to keep in mind, weather you want one from me, or you make your own.

1) It's going to HAVE to fit somewhere vertically between the fuel petcock and the carb.

2) You'll have to find SPACE for it! Which is why the smaller the better. The larger one like I have on ebay probably would be a problem for a mid size motorcycle. Remember, the "Jim Beam" one I have is a small one. (like the size of the cheap. plastic Royal Enfield style that are popular on ebay and from Steadfast.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: midnight7503]
      #519008 - 06/28/11 02:06 PM

see above post.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: chuckyj]
      #519012 - 06/28/11 02:24 PM

Quote:

Ya what's going to be our cost.




I really wouldn't want to invest my time searching, bidding, buying, finding compatible pieces, and making small modifications for anything less than $85 to members.

That's why I have one on ebay, to see what the interest/value will be.

I hope no one feels slighted, but I would do one for FJ, Zdenko, and Richard at cost. John for all he does to keep this site the way it is, and Richard & Zdenko cause they both DONATED free parts to me.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519013 - 06/28/11 02:39 PM

Where can I find cool vintage (reproduction?) shot glasses? Something with the character of the Jim Beam one, but I don't want Jim Beam. I suppose ebay is the place, eh?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519015 - 06/28/11 02:50 PM

Quote:

Quote:

Ya what's going to be our cost.




I really wouldn't want to invest my time searching, bidding, buying, finding compatible pieces, and making small modifications for anything less than $85 to members.






I think that is a fair price. I will get back to you after I research what I want.


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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519016 - 06/28/11 02:52 PM

That's the only place I know that has THOUSANDS at all times.

I get those Jim Beam's, two in a box, for about $10, but most are one for $10-20, after S&H.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519019 - 06/28/11 03:29 PM

Oh!, the wife just reminded me, Spencer's Gift stores in the malls have lot's of novelty shot glasses with references to pot, alcohol, sex, etc.

Guess I know where I'm goin' this weekend.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519023 - 06/28/11 04:33 PM

I'm riding over to Billings on Friday. Guess I'm hitting the mall on Saturday...

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519036 - 06/28/11 06:34 PM

Quote:

Oh!, the wife just reminded me, Spencer's Gift stores in the malls have lot's of novelty shot glasses with references to pot, alcohol, sex, etc.

Guess I know where I'm goin' this weekend.




Any with skulls already etched into them? I cant say I've ever seen something like that here, but I stay away from shopping centers or malls as you call them, and $85 isn't a bad price, what did the fuel filter originally come off?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: midnight7503]
      #519045 - 06/28/11 08:11 PM

I'm not finding much on ebay that I like. My search-fu is failing me so far:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Shell-Oil-promo-vint...=item2311f10c7e

http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Federal-Pell...=item35b2851d31

It's not Crown, but it's Canadian Whiskey
http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Walkers-Cana...bb#ht_500wt_891

I'll keep looking. I suppose I could be cool to get the Triumph logo etched into a plain shot glass. Or I could find one from my alma mater, CSU.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519050 - 06/28/11 09:27 PM

My search is not fruitful neither.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519100 - 06/29/11 09:08 AM

here's one that is pun intentional.



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519101 - 06/29/11 09:12 AM

Here's some Royal Crowns...

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: moe]
      #519103 - 06/29/11 09:25 AM

Here's a wide assortment. (click on image)



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: moe]
      #519109 - 06/29/11 10:59 AM

Quote:

Here's some Royal Crowns...




I don't see a lot of shot glasses there...

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519120 - 06/29/11 12:04 PM

There are an S-ton of shot glasses on Amazon.com, including licensed ones. If the Yoda shotglass was clear it would be a done deal.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519125 - 06/29/11 12:59 PM

Quote:

I'm not finding much on ebay that I like.




I feel your pain.

Now you get a short insight into my problems.

Then when you find a good one, IT WON'T WORK!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519126 - 06/29/11 01:04 PM

triumph makes shot glasses...our dearler here has them on the shelf....here the link web page it's not the right pic but the part # is right ..

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: biker]
      #519128 - 06/29/11 01:20 PM

I could never get that to work, or fit in the bike.

Got to think regular size OR SMALLER.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519129 - 06/29/11 01:27 PM

please read my post..don't go by that pic in the link it's not what I saw at the dearler

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: biker]
      #519133 - 06/29/11 01:56 PM

Hmmm... I wonder if this will work...

http://www.121personalgifts.com/bull-dog-shot-glass

Or maybe this:

http://www.notcot.com/archives/2010/10/crystal-head-vodka-shot-glasse.php

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519140 - 06/29/11 02:50 PM

I like the last 1 FJ, it maybe a bit big though, have you seen how much Vodka Russians drink, their shot glasses wont be small

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519141 - 06/29/11 02:51 PM

OH YEAH!!!


http://www.amazon.com/Sons-Anarchy-Reape...5&sr=1-2871

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519149 - 06/29/11 03:06 PM

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OH YEAH!!!


http://www.amazon.com/Sons-Anarchy-Reape...5&sr=1-2871




That is cool.

Is that the right size to fit okay?


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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #519348 - 06/30/11 01:45 PM

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Hmmm... I wonder if this will work...

http://www.121personalgifts.com/bull-dog-shot-glass





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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: stevieB]
      #519349 - 06/30/11 01:47 PM

Quote:

Quote:

OH YEAH!!!


http://www.amazon.com/Sons-Anarchy-Reape...5&sr=1-2871




That is cool.

Is that the right size to fit okay?




I can find a filter to work with it, but I don't think you'll get it to work on our mid-sized bikes.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519351 - 06/30/11 01:53 PM

Quote:

Quote:

Hmmm... I wonder if this will work...

http://www.121personalgifts.com/bull-dog-shot-glass





Send it to me, Benny, I'll MAKE it work.




On second thought, if it holds 2oz., it would probably only fit a larger filter, seeing how thick the glass looks at the bottom.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519454 - 06/30/11 11:08 PM

erle I think these are way cool, but aren't these really fuel bowls and not filters?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: MACMC]
      #519456 - 06/30/11 11:14 PM

Sediment bulbs is what they use to be called, and they are very effective filters, especially if any water is present in the fuel. Something gasohol is famous for. Had one on my '46 Plymouth business coupe. As Stock.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: MACMC]
      #519549 - 07/01/11 02:26 PM

Fuel bowls WITH filter.

Brass.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519550 - 07/01/11 02:29 PM

And SOOOOO... easy and fast to remove/clean.

Grandpa got ****** right!



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519551 - 07/01/11 02:29 PM

Poo-poo's still a bad word!??

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #519616 - 07/01/11 09:01 PM

Apparently.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Ryk]
      #519698 - 07/02/11 02:31 PM

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Sediment bulbs is what they use to be called, and they are very effective filters, especially if any water is present in the fuel. Something gasohol is famous for. Had one on my '46 Plymouth business coupe. As Stock.




Your carbs already have water/sediment bowls built in, they're call carb bowls.

But, erle has clarified that these also have a filter, thanks erle.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: MACMC]
      #519699 - 07/02/11 02:48 PM

Well, the glass bulb trap afore the fuel pump on that 216 flathead seemed to catch all the ka-ka fairly well, if you add a filter, so much the better.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: MACMC]
      #519722 - 07/02/11 05:57 PM

Quote:

Quote:

Sediment bulbs is what they use to be called, and they are very effective filters, especially if any water is present in the fuel. Something gasohol is famous for. Had one on my '46 Plymouth business coupe. As Stock.




Your carbs already have water/sediment bowls built in, they're call carb bowls.

But, erle has clarified that these also have a filter, thanks erle.




Issue is, you can't see into the factory fuel bowls. Can't empty/clean them as easy either.

I'm tellin' ya man, GRANDPA KNEW HIS SH1T!



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #534870 - 10/08/11 06:11 PM

Ok, here's the ones ready now:

Normal sized ones;

Kid Rock, American Bad ass



Truckers favorite


Texas Hold'em


Canadian Maple Leaf (I think)


More "Maple Leafs"


"All Gave Some, Some Gave All"


Coke like "I Enjoy Vagina"


Custom "Swirl"


The following are SMALL ones, better suited to smaller bikes with less room;

"Triumph" (see page 3 of this thread for close-up of emblem)


"Triumph" on British Flag (chipped paint, I will "touch-up")


"Harley Davidson"


And last, but certainly not least,the "Jim Beam Two Hundred Year Anniversary"


All have been wire brushed, have new gaskets, and have been leak tested.
The "Shot Glass" ones are printed, the "small" ones are metal badges, and the "Jim Beam" one is embossed glass with painted letters.
They WILL come with the brass fuel line fittings shown, but you MAY need to experiment with others (90/45 degree angles) for your fitment needs.
All will be the afore mentioned $85 for now, for members here, but will be on ebay for considerably much more in a few weeks.
ALL COME WITH A LIFETIME GUARANTEE (IF you can find me later)
Hell, their already over a half century old!!!

And remember, if you send me ANY shot glass YOU have, I'll make SOMETHING work.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #534877 - 10/08/11 06:27 PM

the link ..LOL came up w/ 84631 matches found (other parts)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #534989 - 10/09/11 05:30 PM

dibs on the Jim Beam if its not already gone

Also PM sent

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: midnight7503]
      #535037 - 10/09/11 11:03 PM

The JB for me too, if you have more than one!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #535117 - 10/10/11 01:04 PM

I would love the to have the Jim Beam one (that embossed vintage style) if it was Jack Daniels or Crown Royal or Pendleton or...

...but I never could find one I liked in that style. I do have a Pendelton shot glass, even got it on a poker run last year, but it looks awfully modern.

(secretly I love the Coke spoof, but red won't go good on a green bike)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #535141 - 10/10/11 02:32 PM

Sorry Keith, but our Aussi brothers wake up earlier than we do!

I've got you on a "waiting list" (first on the list), and I will pm you as soon as I get a filter for the Jim Beam glass. They are the rarest filters to come by, so it may take a while. (the Jim Beam glass is avalible 24/7, not so the filter)

If you'd like something different, let me know.

Ryk got the orange oval "Triumph" one, but I do have more of those.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #535142 - 10/10/11 02:35 PM

How hard could it be to paint the bike?

I do it all the time with rattle cans.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #535149 - 10/10/11 03:15 PM

No probs on the JB filter, Erle. Are you coming up with other stuff or is this pretty much your inventory?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #535154 - 10/10/11 03:27 PM

The Jim Beam, and the smaller ones with the metal badges/emblems will be regulars, along with adding others as I find them.
The larger ones (regular shot glasses) will be regulars also, but different ones will be offered as "one-offs" as I acquire them.
There are SOOO... MANY shot glasses out there, that's why I would prefer people send me ones THEY have & like, and let me "fit" it to a filter. Same price though, as most shot glasses are only $5-10, and whether I supply it, or you supply it, doesn't make much difference in the process. But by YOU supplying the glass, you get YOUR favorite.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #535176 - 10/10/11 05:25 PM

Quote:

How hard could it be to paint the bike?

I do it all the time with rattle cans.




It's a very long story, better told elsewhere (and it has been).

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #535317 - 10/11/11 04:10 PM

Hey Keith.

I'll be at Biketoberfest this weekend. I hope to find quite a few different metal emblems for other manuf., BSA, Royal Enfield, H/D, etc. (including different "Triumph" ones)
I hope to post new options for the small ones, however, I've sold all but two (of the small ones) from this bunch, and it takes weeks/months to aquire replacements. Please be patient. (remember, WE DON'T HAVE WINTER HERE, SO TIME IS VERY LIMITED!)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #535323 - 10/11/11 05:18 PM

Erle, I shall be waiting with bated breath! Thanks for thinkin' of me, my man!!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: midnight7503]
      #535426 - 10/12/11 05:53 PM

Thanks Paul.

Will be on a plane by this weekend!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #535453 - 10/12/11 10:44 PM

Thanks Erle

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Ryk]
      #535936 - 10/17/11 04:30 PM

Ryk,

The twisted brass shift bar is PERFECT!!!

It's hard to explain, but I think that because I've used a lot of brass for accent on my bike, the brass rod looks all that more genuine!

For such a little addition, it REALLY sets off the look. I had no idea it would be that much of an improvement.

Pleased doesn't say it all.

I would STRONGLY recommend that everyone consider the addition for their bikes. It is probably close to one of the greatest upgrades I've added, AND I'VE ADDED A LOT OF THINGS!

Your filter is boxed, addressed, and will be dropped off at the P.O. tomorrow.

Again, THANKS for such a small item that makes such a BIG difference.

Ya'll need to have a look at Ryks' rod! (you'll be as impressed as I am!)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: Keith]
      #536607 - 10/23/11 01:38 PM

Here's the newest ones:

Veitnam infintrymen, this one in gold, and one in silver.



Shovelhead



"Trucker mud flap girl silouete. This one in gold, and one in silver.



Old hippy Peace sign.



Maltese Cross.



"Triumph"



BSA.



and here's a better shot of the H/D one posted earlier.



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #537645 - 11/01/11 04:57 PM

Received my Jim Beam filter yesterday, very happy with it, thanks very much Erle

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: midnight7503]
      #538058 - 11/06/11 02:56 PM

The "Maple leaf" glasses have seemed to stir up a hornets nest with the old hippies!

So here's some new additions to the list of available filters.

Keep in mind that I take pic's. of the glasses while the badges are just "sitting" on the filters. When someone decides they want one, that's when I permanently fasten everything together. So if any of you see a design (glass bowl) that you like, I can put it on ANY filter you like, not just the one in the pic's.

Thought you may like to know that.

The availability and types of designs are getting too large to keep posting in threads, so as soon as I can set up an ebay store, that will be the location to see everything available.

Member prices will stay the same, EXCEPT FOR THAT DAMN "JIM BEAM" one!







Indian:



Another BSA:



H/D Bar & Shield:



POW/MIA:



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #538064 - 11/06/11 03:33 PM

How big of an emblem or decal can you use? I've got some pins from Sturgis and elsewhere that might work good. Can you somehow heat them up and bend them around the glass?

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #538069 - 11/06/11 04:12 PM

John, there's the BIG problem!

Decals, no problem. If it fits, use it.

Now, for metal...

I have to bend (radius) ALL of them! Some take it well. Others, well lets just say I've lost a few that didn't take to "tweaking" very well.

The smaller, the better. The ones with paint and a "Fat" covering of clear, are a b1tch to bend. They crack and the paint flakes off.

IF you can get it to bend, but notice some "Cracking" of the paint, no real problem, just clear coat over it, and the paint will stay.

Others just go without an issue.

Just put yourself in that youthful, don't give a sh1t frame of mind, AND GO FOR IT! (Hell, they ain't MY pins!)

Here at Getto Shed, I get a pipe/socket about the same dia. of the glass I'm using, sandwich the pin between the socket and a rag, slip a muffler-to-header pipe spacer over the rag, and tighten it down with a radiator clamp over the spacer, and crank it down to make everything conform to the pipe/socket. And when you undo the clamp, remove the spacer and rag, and it's either "Voila", or "SH1T!"

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #538070 - 11/06/11 04:17 PM

By the way, that H/D Bar & Shield, Is PERFECT!

In the pic., it "looks" like the paint is chipped, but it's not, it's the light playing games. It has a chrome boarder all the way around it.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #538074 - 11/06/11 04:52 PM

Still want a size.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #538130 - 11/07/11 01:36 PM

Quote:

Still want a size.




? (a size of what?)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #538131 - 11/07/11 01:58 PM

Rough dimensions of an emblem or decal that can be used. I have a DILLIGAF pin from Sturgis 2002 but I think it's too wide to fit on one side.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #538196 - 11/08/11 10:38 AM

Mr. Erle ....just dang,,,,,earthquakes and now November tornados....so I'm reading classifieds and see your separator.....I guess I'll need one....you say $85 ? Do you custome make these , send you a "pin" for the bowl or what? Are you still custome making these ? I gots to know.......it would just be too cool not to have !

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #538225 - 11/08/11 03:28 PM

My small filters can have something up to 1 3/4" without having interference from the bowl holding bracket, 2 3/4" on the large ones.

BUT...

I've "bent" emblems 1 5/8" with no problems. (the H/D bar & shield, the "Triumph" logo)

I've "tried" to bend one that was only 1 1/4" wide (a Confederate Flag), and the paint cracked all to he11, and chipped off.

I bent a "Shovehead" emblem (only 1" wide) that went fine, yet another one broke in half!

More luck then science!

Go figure!

Ps. The "Shot Glasses" don't present these problems.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: hill8586]
      #538226 - 11/08/11 03:36 PM

Quote:

Mr. Erle ...it would just be too cool not to have !




I couldn't agree more, I guess?

Anyway, IF you have a emblem you want used, pm me a LARGE photo, with measurements, and I'll decide if you should send it to me, and see IF I can use it, or break it.

Better chances of fitting the shot glasses to a filter, at least there's NO CHANCE of breaking the shot glass!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: hill8586]
      #539769 - 11/25/11 11:24 AM

Quote:

Mr. Erle ....just dang,,,,,earthquakes and now November tornados....so I'm reading classifieds and see your separator.....I guess I'll need one....you say $85 ? Do you custome make these , send you a "pin" for the bowl or what? Are you still custome making these ? I gots to know.......it would just be too cool not to have !






Here you go Dan!



The pins you sent bent just fine, with my new and improved bending specialty tool!

If you like the filters that they are on in this pic (the two outside ones), their ready to go.

If you want them mounted on the type filter in the middle (with the BSA emblem), you will need to wait a bit. The guy's @ Underground Choppers bought all of those I had in stock. I expect to get more with in a month.

Let me know.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: hill8586]
      #541103 - 12/10/11 06:34 AM

Just an unabashed bump, to remind the mindless.

Order your's NOW to receive in time for X-mas.

Not all are still available, so PM if interested.

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      #541139 - 12/10/11 02:46 PM

EXTRA, EXTRA, READ ALL ABOUT IT!!!





I wanted to let everyone know that a VERY rare occurrence has occurred.
The planets have aligned once again, unbeknownst to scientists, and I have obtained the allusive A/C filter needed for the HIGHLY COVETED Jim Beam filter!



This is the fourth one I've found in three years.

This one is NOT "makeshift" in ANY way! It is a genuine 1940-50 A/C fuel filter, made in America, and will NEVER see a end to it's expected life span! Just clean and re-use. Filtering element is brass, and will NEVER wear out.

As with all the others, it has been cleaned, wire brushed, threads chased, new gasket, and leak tested.

Using MINE as testimony, I've NEVER touched it since I installed it three years ago.

As far as I know, there are only three others in the world. Paul's (midnight7503) in Australia, Jim's (SDKimo) in California, and MINE, in Florida.

I stand behind it with a lifetime guarantee! (assuming I'm still around)

I think I've stated this before, but I have to ask $115 (plus actual shipping cost & insurance), for the Jim Beams only, due to their rarity.

Anyway, I wish everyone here the BEST for the holidays, and IF your interested, please let me know.

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      #541189 - 12/11/11 12:54 AM

Grab it... it's cool, it's unusual and it's rare! I wish I could (as you know, Erle)!

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      #541212 - 12/11/11 09:56 AM

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Grab it... it's cool, it's unusual and it's rare! I wish I could (as you know, Erle)!




Is it money or logistics, because I could probably find a way to get it to you if the latter...

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Dinero... I'm saving for a sea to sea trip next summer.

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      #541308 - 12/12/11 02:49 PM

EARLE !!!! got the fuel filters....they be purty !

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Thanks Erle



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: SDKimo]
      #541948 - 12/19/11 05:09 PM

Dan, Jim, GLAD you like them!

Here's a peek at my newest addition!

It's SQUARE GLASS !!!

The metal, black tag in the pic's actually fastens to the top of the filter, it says:

"GAS-O-CLEAN", B.F.Zimmerman MFG.Co., Haven, Conn., pat.JAN.25-1921.

I tried it with the original Triumph Pat. tag and with my brass copy of the Triumph Pat. tag. I don't really like either one. I think their too big. Maybe I'll try just the orange & blue Triumph oval that's on my brass one, without the brass triangle.

What to do, what to do!???









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      #541949 - 12/19/11 05:12 PM

How much you want for that square one Erle? Might be kind nifty under the hood of the old '49

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      #541951 - 12/19/11 05:17 PM

IF YOU HAVE TO ASK, YOU CAN'T AFFORD IT !!!

It's not for sale yet. I'd REALLY like to have it on mine.

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      #541952 - 12/19/11 05:21 PM

If not, I'll probably try the H/D Bar & Shield in the pic here, and start bidding @ $185.





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      #541958 - 12/19/11 06:15 PM

Erle, Is this filter still for sale? If so I would like to but it for my '64 VW Double Cab.
Scott

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EXTRA, EXTRA, READ ALL ABOUT IT!!!





I wanted to let everyone know that a VERY rare occurrence has occurred.
The planets have aligned once again, unbeknownst to scientists, and I have obtained the allusive A/C filter needed for the HIGHLY COVETED Jim Beam filter!



This is the fourth one I've found in three years.

This one is NOT "makeshift" in ANY way! It is a genuine 1940-50 A/C fuel filter, made in America, and will NEVER see a end to it's expected life span! Just clean and re-use. Filtering element is brass, and will NEVER wear out.

As with all the others, it has been cleaned, wire brushed, threads chased, new gasket, and leak tested.

Using MINE as testimony, I've NEVER touched it since I installed it three years ago.

As far as I know, there are only three others in the world. Paul's (midnight7503) in Australia, Jim's (SDKimo) in California, and MINE, in Florida.

I stand behind it with a lifetime guarantee! (assuming I'm still around)

I think I've stated this before, but I have to ask $115 (plus actual shipping cost & insurance), for the Jim Beams only, due to their rarity.

Anyway, I wish everyone here the BEST for the holidays, and IF your interested, please let me know.

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      #541959 - 12/19/11 06:23 PM

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IF YOU HAVE TO ASK, YOU CAN'T AFFORD IT !!!






well hell, I already know I can't afford it, but that has never kept me from spending money before!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: captstp]
      #542126 - 12/20/11 04:02 PM

No, Moe got's a hold on it.

But for auto's, I have many others available, take a journey through this post. Check pages 7,8,9,& 10.

ALL the others are ONLY $85 plus shipping.

It could be up to another year before I find another "sacred" one.

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      #542128 - 12/20/11 04:07 PM

Dave, rest assured that IF I decide to part with it, I WILL notify you first.

(But I really really really think I want to keep it)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #545849 - 01/23/12 05:46 PM

bump

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      #545858 - 01/23/12 06:51 PM

still got that triumph on british flag? (and what's it take to install this - any additional lines or anything? or just swap it out?)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #545865 - 01/23/12 07:57 PM

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I have that pin on the right, along with an official Sturgis 2002 pin and a DILLIGAF Sturgis 2002 pin. If I have a 2002 version of the RAT pin on the left, I think I'd go with that. It looks like it bends better than the others.

I just checked. Looks like there wasn't a RAT pin in 2002 (I have the patch and sticker). Dang it. I have pins for RAT '03, '04 and '05. And I have a 2004 Ace Cafe pin, but I'm not sure the paint would survive the bending.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #545940 - 01/24/12 02:48 PM

Hasso, PM sent.

John, With a little effort (and a steady hand) the paint can be touched up with modeling paints.

I did that with the Wheel & Wing one that went to a member here.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #545949 - 01/24/12 04:19 PM

Also, some of the emblems LOOK like they didn't take to bending well, but actually, they were not of the best quality when purchased. The "bending" process had NO affect on them other than removing some paint. (SOME paint was missing, due to members sending me THEIR emblems that were used and a little beat up to begin with.)

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #547780 - 02/08/12 10:39 AM

These pins are really cool. I bet the wings could be bent fairly easy and there would be little potential damage to the eyeball.

http://www.lowbrowcustoms.com/index.php?l=product_list&c=9

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #547784 - 02/08/12 10:47 AM

I'm assuming this one is a better size at 1.5" wide? I think this is the one I'd like to use. The others are more than 3" wide.

http://www.lowbrowcustoms.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=772



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      #547814 - 02/08/12 02:54 PM

The "wings" look pretty fat from the pic of the backside, but they would probably bend with no problem in my new "press". The eyeball itself I would try to scribe and grind to the profile needed, like I do with the vintage tank badges.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #547849 - 02/08/12 04:35 PM

My stupid bike (the one I want this for) doesn't even run but I may go ahead and order the pin and send it to you.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #547957 - 02/09/12 03:35 PM

$20 BUCKS!

Your stressin' me out now.

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      #547963 - 02/09/12 04:55 PM

I have complete confidence in your abilities.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #550007 - 02/25/12 09:25 AM

Here is a new type I've got.

These are $115.













As always, I can put ANY emblem you may see on ANY of the glass bowls on these as well.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #550806 - 03/01/12 04:35 PM

Quote:

As the older filters sell off, newer ones come.

I USUALLY can't get the same shot glasses again, so when their gone, well, you know.
But here's the replacements for the larger filters with shot glasses. I DO still have SOME of the older lot, and I continue to try and find exact replacements, when possible.

"Here today, gone tomorrow."
(Well, more accurately, "Here today, gone by next season.")















Front:



Rear;



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      #551888 - 03/09/12 03:45 PM

Well I picked up these off ebay and well, let's just say I'm less than satisfied. Neither of them looked painted in the original ad.



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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #552271 - 03/14/12 02:11 PM

Yeah, I've bought plenty that show up in less than expected condition.

Thank heavens I'm not trying to sell "new" stuff.

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      #552991 - 03/19/12 07:55 PM

Erle,
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      #552992 - 03/19/12 07:58 PM

Cool, what kind of VW?

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      #553007 - 03/19/12 09:29 PM

I put it on my '64 Double Cab.



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      #553009 - 03/19/12 09:34 PM

Awesome!

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: FriarJohn]
      #554284 - 03/29/12 05:59 PM

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Well I picked up these off ebay and well, let's just say I'm less than satisfied. Neither of them looked painted in the original ad.






I don't know what your plans are for the Bull Dog pin, but IF your not planing to use it, or if it was inexpensive and easily available, send it to me, IF interested, and I'll see if it will bend to fit a filter.
Since it's so small, it may bend without cracking.
IF it does crack, but the pieces stay in place so it can be covered with clear coat, you may still be interested.
Give it some thought.
IF I "F" it ALL UP, you can do like the guys on the "other" sites, and block me from future posts.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: captstp]
      #554285 - 03/29/12 06:02 PM

Your photo really makes my filter look good!
Glad your happy.
Thanks,
Erle.

P.S. That '64 looks GREAT!

I'm going NUTS over this today.
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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #554286 - 03/29/12 06:03 PM

Not sure if I have your mailing address. PM it to me.

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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #556863 - 04/19/12 03:06 PM

I've only been listing my bigger (car filters) on ebay, cause I've been busy enough with the smaller ones on these three forums.
But since I need to stockpile some funds for our eight day ride around N.C., & GA., I am adding some of the newer designs here for ya'lls review, but must post any not taken soon on ebay, starting early next week.

Noting some of you may be Firefighters/Paramedics, I thought some may be interested in these newer ones.
Remember--These filters are, on average, 75 years new!
(but work flawlessly, and will NEVER ware out.)
Enjoy;









And three larger ones;






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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #570102 - 08/06/12 03:09 PM

Over the last three years or so, I've only come across six of the filters needed to make these Jim Beam filters.

There's one in Australia, one in Colorado, Two in California, and two in Florida. (though I think the one in Merritt Island is sitting on a shelf ).

I've sold OTHER filters to members of this site, the TCU site, the NBR site, and on ebay, but I've ONLY sold these Jim Beam filters to members of this site!

In a twist of fate, I've come across three of these recently, and therefore I now have three ready to ship!

If you want one, PM me. I'll wait a week or so before posting any that are not taken on the other sites.

If your interested in any of the others in this thread, PM me, about half are still avalible, and some new ones are soon to follow.

Below are a few pic's of these filters on my BA., Jims (SDKimo) bike, and Scotts (CAPTSTP) VW.













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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #575541 - 10/02/12 02:46 PM

In response to a members recent inquiry, I need to clarify.


For the last year now, as stated on pages 9 & 10 of this thread, The Jim Beam filter is $115 + Shipping to members only, and ARE NOT advertised on ebay.

All others are still $85, but many have been sold, and only the few left will be available for the $85.

Due to the amount of trouble, time, and expense for the vintage filters, shot glasses, gasket material, and time to modify, I won't be able to continue to offer any for $85.

Starting the first of the year, (or any not already completed), they will ALL be $115.

Sorry. (kinda has that same tone as the form notices from the utilities companys, don't it? )

ANYWAY, Don't be hatin', I've ALREADY told ya'll how to make them yourself's


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Re: glass fuel filter [Re: erle]
      #583338 - 01/06/13 07:05 AM

Well, 2012 was pretty good for the folks (me) at Ghetto Shed Products!

Sold 26 filters worldwide, with 8 going to members of THIS site, total gross over 2K, with a selection, INCLUDING the HIGHLY COVETED Jim Beam filter, now listed on ebay under "Glass Fuel Filter".

BUT!, I would like to remind everyone that Ghetto Shed makes many products (trinkets) other than just filters. Bar ends, custom badges, Patent plates, vertical tag mounts to name a few.

NOW, I'd like to share a new line of products for connoisseurs of FINE products from Peterson, Balkan Sobranie, Aged Burley Flake, etc.







All except the grenade pipes, and the air chuck between them, are made from tire pressure gauges.

Like ALL Ghetto Shed Products, These are guaranteed for LIFE! The small, beat-up chrome over brass one, second from the right side, is MY personal piece, circa 1976, and is testament to the longevity of these products!

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