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  • #91
    Inlet Housing Nut and Crank Case Bolt Wrench 11903-X for 1929 and earlier big twins. CIMG1944.JPGCIMG1945.JPGCIMG1946.JPG

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    • #92
      Crankpin and shaft nut wrenches assorted sizes.
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      Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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      • #93
        Piston Pin Pusher Tool 11910-X ( missing the handle, guide pin, and pusher collar. CIMG1954.JPGCIMG1955.JPGCIMG1969.JPG

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        • #94
          Carburetor cleaning and bushing installing/removal tools DCP_2265.JPG
          Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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          • #95
            45 rear axle wrench. DCP_4557.JPG
            Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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            • #96
              I bought this took kit years ago... but I'm not sure what year Harley it's from. Is it a WLA kit? OR did they just use a olive drab roll for all bikes? Also another picture of two "flat" wrenches... ??
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              Last edited by Jim; 01-14-2021, 07:30 PM.
              Jim

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              • #97
                Originally posted by Jim View Post
                I bought this took kit years ago... but I'm not sure what year Harley it's from. Is it a WLA kit? OR did they just use a olive drab roll for all bikes? Also another picture of two "flat" wrenches... ??
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                That does not look like an H-D pouch. It could be MilSurp and repurposed by a previous owner. the tools are a bit mixed as well with a couple missing from kits I am aware of. Still cool though!

                Misc toolkit tools.
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                Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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                • #98
                  How long is the adjustable on the right, Jim?

                  My collection are all eight to nine inches, but yours looks shorter, which is delightful if it is.

                  (Note how the one in Rubone's last pic is whacked.)

                  The octagonal spanners suggest hose or bung fittings to me,..

                  ....Cotten
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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by T. Cotten View Post
                    How long is the adjustable on the right, Jim?

                    My collection are all eight to nine inches, but yours looks shorter, which is delightful if it is.

                    (Note how the one in Rubone's last pic is whacked.)

                    The octagonal spanners suggest hose or bung fittings to me,..

                    ....Cotten
                    Hi Cotten, I just measured it and that adjustable wrench is 7". I wonder if Indian Motorcycles used that type of pouch? I have no clue! I just thought it was H-D because of the wrenches.
                    Last edited by Jim; 01-16-2021, 10:27 AM.
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                    • Originally posted by Jim View Post

                      Hi Cotten, I just measured it and that adjustable wrench is 7". I wonder if Indian Motorcycles used that type of pouch? I have no clue! I just thought it was H-D because of the wrenches.
                      Awesum, Jim!

                      The pouch appears military. The similarity of the small chainbreaker and pliers with Rubone's las pic is poignant, no doubt.

                      Indian kits were hodge-podges too:

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                      Fire-fighting still comes to mind.

                      ....Cotten

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                      • Thanks Cotten, none of my tools say Indian... so that would leave them out. I can't make out what the words are on my tool wrap. I searched the numbers, but that didn't show any results worth mentioning. But, it's a cool set I have nevertheless. I'll have to look closer at my pliers to see what "words" are on them.
                        Jim

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                        • About your screwdriver, Jim,..

                          It looks like maybe its a knob at the base of the blade, instead of a crimped collar. Does it unscrew to release the blade?

                          Are there two ends to the blade?

                          ....Cotten
                          Last edited by T. Cotten; 01-16-2021, 07:06 PM.
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                          • Originally posted by Jim View Post
                            Thanks Cotten, none of my tools say Indian... so that would leave them out. I can't make out what the words are on my tool wrap. I searched the numbers, but that didn't show any results worth mentioning. But, it's a cool set I have nevertheless. I'll have to look closer at my pliers to see what "words" are on them.
                            Over the years I have acquired many pouches, most of which are Military for other uses repurposed to H-D. Most H-D pouches are a simple flapped bag (all oil treated OD canvas), the exceptions being some of the late WLA types, none of which have the "wings" like your pouch.
                            Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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                            • Cast Indian tools were made by Vlchek, along with lots of other period tools for a variety of makes. The hammer/tire spoon is for clinchers. Stamped tools by H-D and Indian both appear to have been made in house.
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                              Last edited by Rubone; 01-16-2021, 08:48 PM.
                              Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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                              • Speaking of tire spoons, Folks,..

                                These are still in cosmo;

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                                WLA issue?

                                Thanks in advance,

                                ....Cotten
                                PS: Courtesy of Eric Mathieu
                                AMCA #776
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