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    Thanks VPH. Yes, that's what I interpret for the...

    Thanks VPH. Yes, that's what I interpret for the Judging guidelines rules that I downloaded a few years ago.....
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    Headlight Adjuster Cap

    I've been trying to find the correct snap-in headlight adjuster cap for my 1970 CH. While the parts books show this P/N as 67830-59, it's shape changed in the later years. I'm informed that this...
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    Ryan, I believe you're referring to the FLH...

    Ryan,
    I believe you're referring to the FLH switches which had the steel hydraulic lines?
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    Jim, What you're stating makes sense. I would...

    Jim,
    What you're stating makes sense. I would think that If the Cadmium-plated switches were phased-in in 1964, it would have have been happening after the 2100 + V.I.N. range if my memory of my...
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    OOPS! I just reread your previous post and you...

    OOPS! I just reread your previous post and you did state that the 3-hole bracket was for the buddy seat. So the P/N and description for the Y-bracket still remains a mystery (to me).
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    Thanks Robbie, I (again) checked the buddy...

    Thanks Robbie,
    I (again) checked the buddy seat exploded diagram in my knucklehead parts book, as well as my '49 through '57 panhead parts book and and didn't find the the Y-shaped buddy seat...
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    Gentlemen, I guess at this juncture, the...

    Gentlemen,
    I guess at this juncture, the overall consensus seems to be that either cadmium plated or black-painted switches would qualify as correct. My V.I.N. No. is in the 49XX range, so I...
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    Rich - Yes, the bracket has a bend that's...

    Rich - Yes, the bracket has a bend that's approximately 90 degrees from the center line of the switch.
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    28984 Sorry - I attached the wrong photo in...

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    Sorry - I attached the wrong photo in the above posting!!
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    Parts Identification

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    I'm working on my parts inventory which now spans 50 years of trading and acquisition. I have almost all of them (large and small) in a database, sorted primarily by Harley part number,...
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    Thanks Jim, It looks like the jury is still...

    Thanks Jim,
    It looks like the jury is still out on the finish. I seem to recall that the switch on my original 1964 (when I bought it in 1968) was black, but that's from memory. Since then I've...
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    Well, in absence of an good OEM switch, I figured...

    Well, in absence of an good OEM switch, I figured out the problem with my aftermarket unit. I disassembled it and found that the dished brass contact plate was installed backward which allowed its...
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    Knuck: My cell number (no secret) is (516)...

    Knuck:

    My cell number (no secret) is (516) 532-6322.

    If you find one, please let me know if its Cadmium, Parkerized, or Black. I believe that they were Cad in 1964. I would choose not to...
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    XLCH Stoplight Switch

    I purchased a NEW cad-plated brake light switch for my '64. Approximately 20 cycles later, it became a direct short circuit to ground. I disassembled it and found the problem - Chinese...
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    Sportster Buddy Seat Parts

    I plan to install a buddy seat on my 1970 'period-modified' XLCH and need the following part: 52051-66 Rubber Cushion. I can make one from a piece of natural rubber, but not knowing the dimensions...
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    A great attitude and reasonable approach. It's...

    A great attitude and reasonable approach. It's your bike and your vision. Sounds like you're enjoying the process! THATS the true purpose!
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    I've found that the best product for removing...

    I've found that the best product for removing powder coating is 'Rock Miracle'. Once the coating is removed, you can buy the Parkerizing chemical and Parkerize it yourself quire easily.
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    I think 've successfully emptied my mail box and...

    I think 've successfully emptied my mail box and responded back to you. Please let me now if you haven't received my response.
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    That's very generous! I have a box of...

    That's very generous!
    I have a box of 'unknowns' - mostly small parts. When I'm through the process I'll take some pictures and trickle them to you for comment, it that works for you.
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    Chris, I've started keeping an eye out on...

    Chris,
    I've started keeping an eye out on eBay, but you're correct- the important ones have become quire scarce and my old,original books are really worn out. As a capitalist, I believe in supply...
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    I just figured out how to empty it!

    I just figured out how to empty it!
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    Chris, Yes,you're right- and I agree. But...

    Chris,
    Yes,you're right- and I agree. But difficult to find a parts book for the exact year for all 8 bikes that I have!
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    Yes, that makes sense. I'm aware of the splined...

    Yes, that makes sense. I'm aware of the splined shafts on K-Models. From the artist's rendering in the parts book it looks like the panhead shaft is splined. Now I have the new problem of finding...
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    I used Nisonger a couple of months ago for my '64...

    I used Nisonger a couple of months ago for my '64 CH chronometric tachometer and was quite impressed. Very professional people.
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    Thank you (again) Robbie. I didn't think...

    Thank you (again) Robbie.

    I didn't think that was the case. However, the parts book appears to be a bit misleading as it shows the 33660-52 shifter lever as correct for 1952 and 1953 only and...
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