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  • dariomotorco
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    Originally posted by maxglass View Post
    Greetings
    I had been considering a pair of their fenders for a 1914 project. Was their a long wait? Their quoting 16 weeks for non stock fenders, from recipt of 50% deposit. The fenders do look really good, and Im not sure what my other options are. Just wondering how they are to work with.
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    Max
    They are excellent. They told me it would take 16 weeks to complete my fenders. Exactly 16 weeks later, my fenders were ready to ship. They reply quickly to emails, and craftsmanship is excellent. There is not much more you could ask of a small business.

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  • maxglass
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    Greetings
    I had been considering a pair of their fenders for a 1914 project. Was their a long wait? Their quoting 16 weeks for non stock fenders, from recipt of 50% deposit. The fenders do look really good, and Im not sure what my other options are. Just wondering how they are to work with.
    Thanks
    Max

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  • KNUCK
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    Those fenders look killer good!!

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  • Eric
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    Thanks for sharing. It's an impressive project. BRAVO !

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  • dariomotorco
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    Oxalic acid bath. Chemistry is magic..

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  • dariomotorco
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    Fenders arrived from Australia. Beautiful work - I am very impressed.

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  • chuckthebeatertruck
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    Thank you for sharing this!

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  • jcrawford
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    Though I have not been there in a few years, there may still be a Pierce single in Frank Mason's private collection in his building in Chehalis, WA.

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  • Tom Lovejoy
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    Fantastic ! I am amazed you were able to find an engine for it - amazing, well done ! Looking forward to your progress

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  • RichO
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    Herz magnetos were also used on early Popes (1911 single) and Yales (1910 1/2 twin) as I'm looking at them.

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  • exeric
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    You are doing a fantastic job with a tough revival of a historic motorcycle gem. Personally, I think the Pierce single is a better proportioned motorcycle than their 4; and for everyone's benefit, you'll have a rare, beautiful bike saved from obscurity, or worse ! . It is so refreshing to see someone do the work to save a treasure (for future generations) of "true" antique motorcycling. Enjoy the journey with your Pierce, and good luck.

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  • dariomotorco
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  • dariomotorco
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    Some progress photos of the frame repair…


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  • jim wagnon
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    Nice going finding the engine. I look forward to following your progress!

    Jim

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  • KNUCK
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    Great to see this project moving forward, now it's looking more like a motorcycle!

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