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  • Hi to all!

    Just joined the club and looking forward to meeting and chatting about antique motorcycles. I recently bought a 1942 Harley Davidson WLC flathead. Slowly learning how to ride a tank shift with a foot clutch. Needs a little work here and there but is definitely road worthy. Also own a 2006 Ultra Classic as my daily ride. Happy New Year and be safe out there!!

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    Welcome from CT! Let's see some pictures
    Last edited by joe fxs fxr; 01-05-2022, 05:00 PM.
    AMCA #41287
    1982 FXR - being restored to original
    1979 FXS 1200 (1340) nearly done
    1998 Dyna Convertible - 100% Original
    96" Evo Softail self built chopper
    2012 103" Road King "per diem"
    plus 13 other bikes over the years...

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    • #3
      Welcome Mitchsnap! You'll get some new "muscle memory" and be riding that WLC like a pro in no time
      Pisten Bulley is Harry Roberts in Vermont.

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      • #4
        Welcome Mitch you have come to the right place.

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        • #5
          Hello Mitch, welcome aboard. I still have my '43 WLC, practice makes perfect using those controls.

          *M.A.D.*

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          • #6
            Welcome Mitch. Does your WLC still have left hand throttle, right side advance and brake, and the auxiliary clutch hand lever?
            Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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            • #7
              Welcome aboard! I have a 1942 WLA. It does take just a little practice but you will learn very fast on hand shifting, foot clutch and spark advance all while working the throttle.
              Craig (Delaware)
              Perkiomen Chapter
              AMCA Member #1011

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              • #8
                Welcome from sunny AZ. give it a few weeks and you'll have that foot clutch down. It's definitely a different experience.

                Jim

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                • #9
                  welcome aboard

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