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    Bill, PM me your address; I have misplaced your...

    Bill, PM me your address; I have misplaced your card.
    Dave
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    Bill, is it 27323-57? Dave

    Bill, is it 27323-57?
    Dave
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    Eric, I will add that to my vocabulary. Thank...

    Eric, I will add that to my vocabulary. Thank you.
    Dave
  4. John, I've seen very few repro crossover lines...

    John, I've seen very few repro crossover lines that fit perfectly without some degree of tweaking. You might consider getting one from a company called Strange Bird. They took over the business...
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    Sticky: Peffley Ford was In Dayton, Ohio.

    Peffley Ford was In Dayton, Ohio.
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    Sticky: Yep, those small pics are hard on old eyes. Can...

    Yep, those small pics are hard on old eyes. Can you fix it, Mike?
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    If I'm not mistaken the number to look for on the...

    If I'm not mistaken the number to look for on the bulb is 2320.
    Dave
  8. Thread: Zerks?

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    1937 and earlier used the "button head" Alemite ...

    1937 and earlier used the "button head" Alemite grease fittings and 1938 and later used the "round head" zerk grease fittings. Colony has both in a package of six. There are two versions of the...
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    Actually there is a tool for that. Harley had...

    Actually there is a tool for that. Harley had them in the 1957 accessory catalog; part number 96219-50. $5.50 (nice price in 1957) It's a tube about 8 inches long with holes in the upper end to...
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    Fletcher, that's interesting information. ...

    Fletcher, that's interesting information. Where did you find that? Thanks
    Dave
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    Granville, this is from 1937 sales literature:...

    Granville, this is from 1937 sales literature:
    Three color options. The 1937 Harley-Davidsons are available in a choice of three beautiful color options at no extra charge. One is the ever...
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    Tom, I believe those are the rear mounts for...

    Tom, I believe those are the rear mounts for Indian sidecar.
    Dave
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    Speedway Chapter swap meet

    Does anyone have anything to report on the Speedway Chapter swap meet? Turnout of vendors/buyers? Comments?
    Dave
  14. Fletcher, it appears you are right in your last...

    Fletcher, it appears you are right in your last sentence I have an original 1940 spare parts catalog dated January 1, 1940 that ends with page 143. My guess is that the company sent the...
  15. Thread: Abernathy H-D

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    Happened to Robinson's in Daytona Beach and...

    Happened to Robinson's in Daytona Beach and recently Jim's H=D in Mendon, Ohio. And probably many other older dealerships. I wish these shops success as independents. It seems that if you won't...
  16. Just goes to show you can't believe everything in...

    Just goes to show you can't believe everything in a Harley parts book. Checked a couple of light bases and they are 8-32. 3/8 long would be plenty.
  17. According to the 1941-54 parts book it is part...

    According to the 1941-54 parts book it is part number 2586, 6-32 by 1/2 inch round head machine screw.
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    Page 462 in Bruce's latest book shows that cap to...

    Page 462 in Bruce's latest book shows that cap to be the Later 1941 - 1954 version .
    Dave
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    Surfdude, I spoke with my machinist today and he...

    Surfdude, I spoke with my machinist today and he reminded me that he also had to machine the v-twin neck cups.
    Dave
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    Surfdude, Your first and last sentences sum it...

    Surfdude, Your first and last sentences sum it up. Me and others on the forum have had the same problem. I had to have a machinist machine the v-twin races to the shape of an original race. Or...
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    Matt, don't even try to bend the catch; they are...

    Matt, don't even try to bend the catch; they are made from spring steel and they don't want to bend. Another method to tighten the catch is to remove the lower screw and nut and install 1/4 inch...
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    Robbie, If you have a 1937 accessory catalog...

    Robbie, If you have a 1937 accessory catalog the ones I'm referring to are on page 19. Durable "Surefoot" Pedal Rubbers. The ad goes on to say: These corrugated rubber pads for clutch and...
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    Omar, the pedal pads you should have slip over...

    Omar, the pedal pads you should have slip over the pedal. I believe the pads that are held on with a nut came out on the forties. Old Dude sells a nice set of the push ons.
    Dave
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    Ryan, I looked at the manual you have and I...

    Ryan, I looked at the manual you have and I don't think anything in there will help you as far as the mount. From what I can make out from looking at parts books the washer (6925HB) goes under the...
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    Ryan, I have both mounts with the bolt...

    Ryan, I have both mounts with the bolt installed. The 87192-58 is 2 11/16 overall length. The 87192-73 is 2 25/64 overall length. Do you have the correct mount? The mount for the round swingarm...
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