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Old 06-01-2020, 08:59 PM
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Ultima 113

Just a quick note..I've got about 43,000 miles on my 113 with the drag primary and Ultima 6 speed..ZERO problems and it still runs like new..Couldnt be more, please..

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just a quick note..i've got about 43,000 miles on my 113 with the drag primary and ultima 6 speed..zero problems and it still runs like new..couldnt be more, please..:d
nice to know. I wonder if my ultima 120 and 127 would last long. Although i don't put much miles on them.
My s&s 96 and 113 have been with me since 1998-2000. No issues.

I find myself riding bigger engines during colder times and smaller- when it's too hot. Perhaps i'm being overprotective.
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Old 06-03-2020, 11:34 AM
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nice to know. I wonder if my ultima 120 and 127 would last long. Although i don't put much miles on them.
My s&s 96 and 113 have been with me since 1998-2000. No issues.

I find myself riding bigger engines during colder times and smaller- when it's too hot. Perhaps i'm being overprotective.
Im sure they could..Same thing just a bigger piston. I certainly do not baby it..Ive got another bike set up for long-distance..So I don't need to put the miles on the chopper..Ive been looking at the 140 Ultima....
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Old 06-04-2020, 08:02 AM
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Im sure they could..Same thing just a bigger piston. I certainly do not baby it..Ive got another bike set up for long-distance..So I don't need to put the miles on the chopper..Ive been looking at the 140 Ultima....
Oh, mama. That must be a beast
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Hello to all. I have a 2011 Big Bear Chopper Sled 300. I need to replace the Regulator Rectifier. Mine actually fell off. I thought I secured it well but someone stole it. Ive been trying to get a replacement and have looked everywhere. I even called Big Bear Choppers but they no longer are in business. I did track down the owners but they didnt know the part number. Can you point me in the right direction? Thank you in advance and be safe brothers.

I need the part number..
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its just a Harley Davidson softail evo regulator. I had my regulator mounted on the open primary plate. After replacing it a couple times I moved it up to the front. About the only thing proprietary on the Big Bear bikes are the frames and the tins.


My buddy has a 113 Ultima built by SMW. That thing sounds like a funny car...
It's a good running engine.
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Hey Golfish, thank you so much. I haven't rode my bike for 2 summers already because of this. I definitely didn't want to make it a 3rd summer without riding. Brother, I appreciate you. Be safe....
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Old 06-09-2020, 03:08 AM
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Hey Golfish, thank you so much. I haven't rode my bike for 2 summers already because of this. I definitely didn't want to make it a 3rd summer without riding. Brother, I appreciate you. Be safe....
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Old 06-09-2020, 11:19 AM
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Hello to all. I have a 2011 Big Bear Chopper Sled 300. I need to replace the Regulator Rectifier. Mine actually fell off. I thought I secured it well but someone stole it. Ive been trying to get a replacement and have looked everywhere. I even called Big Bear Choppers but they no longer are in business. I did track down the owners but they didnt know the part number. Can you point me in the right direction? Thank you in advance and be safe brothers.

I need the part number..
On eBay 32 amp evo rectifier under 25 bucks.
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