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Author Topic: 56 Trailblazer  (Read 380 times)

Harleyxx

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56 Trailblazer
« on: October 30, 2012, 03:32:29 PM »
Just joined the Forum and wanted to get my feet wet with my first post.
My dad gave me a 56 Trailblazer that he used to ride back in the 70's. It's been sitting in the garage ever since. It's in decent shape but the motor is partially torn down. The heads are removed and I found a crack in one of the cylinder sleeves (? ).
I am looking for rings, gaskets, carb and other misc parts needed to get it back on the road.

carlo

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Re: 56 Trailblazer
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2012, 08:01:33 PM »
The best-known source for parts would be Hitchcock's in England.
http://www.hitchcocksmotorcycles.com

They have online parts books for most models.
You'd want to check the book that covers 1956 700cc Meteor. That will have all the engine parts you need. If you need fenders, the English made Meteor parts aren't the same as those used on the US market Indian Trailblazer.

In the US, Baxter Cycle has parts, but you'd need to call them because their online store doesn't list the Enfield parts.
Beno Rodi in Atlanta has a lot of parts as well, and he'd also need a phone call.
Both Baxter's and Beno Rodi can be found online using google.