My first question is regarding the rigid and what parts you currently have. If you don't have an mso for the rigid, you may have trouble titling anything you build. HD started putting full VINs on frames in 1970. If you have a factory neck with a 1970 and later VIN and a title, but the frame was converted to rigid, then no problem. Whatever motor you get, you better at least get a bill of sale.I have a rigid I am doing. Found an Evo, but have a gut feeling. Not sure why. What are the things you look for? Would rather go with a Shovel. But not real picky at the moment.
And this "flaw" (which was really a production issue in choosing a cheaper INA bearing) can be fixed with a $25 Torrington B-138 bearing in about 30 minutes time.Evo have a design flaw with the cam bearings. One end is supported by a needle bearing and the other side is supported by a bushing and the gear drive. Once you get some wear in the bushing, it puts the needle bearing out of alignment and takes the needle bearing out.
Fuck you. It is a desing flaw. Just becasue it can be fixed doesn't mean it isn't a flaw.And this "flaw" (which was really a production issue in choosing a cheaper INA bearing) can be fixed with a $25 Torrington B-138 bearing in about 30 minutes time.
Hardly a reason to avoid evos.
Did I just fall for a troll?
If reading a different opinion than your own on the internet makes you that mad. . . .