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11-28-2004, 07:48 PM
When I look at a pic of a Crocker V motor I wonder if it was push rod or overhead cam.
Anyone know for sure?
Pushrods dude! Check out www.crockermotorcycleco.com. They have a fairly informative site and some cool old pictures to check out. They are a very cool bike, that's for sure.
01-10-2005, 01:31 PM
Another great shot of Jeff Decker's (Utah Sculpter) Crocker Custom on Loni's site. In my books it really doesn't get much cooler than this. I'd love to one day just ride it for a few miles. Crocker M/C Co. Has forks avail. now. I held a set in my hands. They look exact. Also note the Crocker handle bars have a custom bent angle, I wasn't aware of this before but I's geittin eeeeducated now. Al Crocker had a really sharp eye for the design of his twins. I'll call it "visual flow". Lots of little things. Which make them really interesting!
01-11-2005, 03:10 AM
A big thanks to Howard Petri for these Crocker pictures from Dales museum WTT and Barber museum.
Barber has late model small tank. I think....
Both of them need the exhaust header bent in the middle for a slight up sweep. But who the heck am I! They have Crockers! Check it out.
01-11-2005, 03:11 AM
Dales Crocker - earily model small tank - I think.
It would be really cool if dale could take a picture of the cams for me.
I'm real curious of the profile. Dales looks to be more correct.
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