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  • indianrob
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    Originally posted by Jerry Wieland View Post
    Rob

    The flywheel assembly is Harley XL Sportster. I do not recognize the cylinder. Jerry
    Yes - that makes sense! I was collecting parts a while back to stroke an Indian Scout. Now I need to measure the rods and wheels to see which stroker option they’re for. I’m guessing XL bits aren’t rare and I’m not ruining someone’s restoration project? Thanks Jerry, Rob

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  • indianrob
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    Originally posted by PaulCDF View Post
    Hmmm, if no one else answers maybe shoot some photos to: www.southwestvintagecycle.com?
    Thanks Paul, I think Jerry just solved the crank question. I’m pretty sure the cylinder is RE from an old Woodsman project but I’ll see if SWVC has any thoughts. I appreciate the referral. Rob

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  • Jerry Wieland
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    Originally posted by indianrob View Post
    And the crank:
    Rob

    The flywheel assembly is Harley XL Sportster. I do not recognize the cylinder. Jerry

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  • PaulCDF
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    Hmmm, if no one else answers maybe shoot some photos to: www.southwestvintagecycle.com?

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  • indianrob
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    And the crank:

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  • indianrob
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    Help identifying parts

    I have 2 parts that I could use help identifying. I own Indians so I’m assuming I bought these to use on early 50’s Indian Enfield projects. I think the cylinder is for a Woodsman (Bullet)? And I’m guessing the crank assembly is for a Chief/Trailblazer (Constellation)? Can anyone confirm? The cylinder has a broken fin but the parts seem to be present. I’d like to re-home these. Thanks, Rob
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