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    Default Need Help with ID of Early Harley Shop Tools

    I recently picked up a load of early (teens, twenties, thirties) Harley shop tools. Some of them I can ID but others are a mystery. There are also some generic hand / shop tools mixed in.
    Any help you can offer in identifying them would be greatly appreciated.








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    Mark,
    I can give you part numbers for many of them.
    Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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    That's a really nice collection ya got there. Smitty

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    Dear Mark, many of these you can identify from the 1932 Dealer Accessory manual, with part numbers. I can see a chain breaker, piston pin extractor, tappet guide puller, pinion gear remover, later style spark plug wrenches for the military plugs, valve cover wrench etc. Nice find, but why not remove the ones you know so we can concentrate on the odd-balls?

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