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    I don’t know what you’re talking about Chris. ...

    I don’t know what you’re talking about Chris. Will you provide more information?
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    This link may help? ...

    This link may help?

    http://www.indianriders.co.uk/Leaf-Spring%20Forks.htm
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    Welcome Fred! Here's a link to a discussion...

    Welcome Fred! Here's a link to a discussion about posting photos:

    http://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bboard/showthread.php?29920-Practice-image-posting
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    C2K, that makes sense, but I was of the...

    C2K, that makes sense, but I was of the impression that the heel of the clutch is hinged so that when you take an aggressive lean angle in a LH turn that both the footboard and the clutch heel will...
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    I dunno Cotten....for the kicker pedal example,...

    I dunno Cotten....for the kicker pedal example, I’ve seen one on Ebay where it looks like all one would need to do is to roast it over an open fire (along with your marshmellows) and you’d achieve a...
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    Everything looks pretty new in there, and I...

    Everything looks pretty new in there, and I suppose new springs that have a high spring rate could be contributing to the tendency for the clutch to creep back as it does. BTW, unless it looks like...
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    There is a copy of the 1941 Indian Riders Guide...

    There is a copy of the 1941 Indian Riders Guide in the Virtual Library on the main AMCA site that you can download, I haven’t looked but I think there’s a wiring diagram in there.
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    Nice video Gary! ... and nice Chief, too :cool:

    Nice video Gary! ... and nice Chief, too :cool:
  9. That’s great info, thanks Steve. (...explains...

    That’s great info, thanks Steve. (...explains why when we tried to repair a 100 year old sugaring arch, cast iron for making maple syrup, it didn’t work!)
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    Agree. Liners can slip and you don't want a...

    Agree. Liners can slip and you don't want a liner taking out your baffles, so you want to see if the liner is now down below the base of the cylinder.
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    Dana, I found this underneath one of my tank...

    Dana, I found this underneath one of my tank mounts. Don't know if it was originally installed there, but since I have the space available I'm going to cut some 1/16 or 1/8 rubber to fit the...
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    I needed to spread the forks to 5 3/4" before...

    I needed to spread the forks to 5 3/4" before they would settle in at the needed 5" width, and I wound up restraining the forks higher up so that I was only spreading the lower part, but it all came...
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    Good advice right there!

    Good advice right there!
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    Thatís a great project and a nice find! :-)

    Thatís a great project and a nice find! :-)
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    Thanks Steve!

    Thanks Steve!
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    Related question here, the kicker shaft, or pin,...

    Related question here, the kicker shaft, or pin, is a press fit into the frame, so what is the recommended clearance of the pin diameter to the bore of the hole in the frame?
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    Welcome TJR. One of the guys I ride with rides a...

    Welcome TJR. One of the guys I ride with rides a mid-60ís R-70 (or is it R-75?), anyone who will ride with me has good taste :o
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    Mikeís thoughts are good, thanks ...and Kevinís...

    Mikeís thoughts are good, thanks ...and Kevinís got another angle Iíve got to pay attention to...so thanks...I donít want the fork to look like Cottenís one picture that seems to be making room for a...
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    With LH throttle, RH shift and a foot clutch you’re less likely to have people bug you about wanting to ride your Indian! :-)
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    I am wondering about the following: when I made a...

    I am wondering about the following: when I made a first attempt to fit the front wheel with the rockers installed I found the spread of the forks is too narrow. The hollow axle requires about 5" of...
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    We all dodged the bullet, he switched from flying...

    We all dodged the bullet, he switched from flying people on SW to motorcycle parts on UPS...whew!
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    Ahhh... the Porta-Power! Funny thing, I...

    Ahhh... the Porta-Power! Funny thing, I purchased that when my now 40 year old son was 18 and bent the cross member in a 4-wheel drive we had when he hung it up on a stump...he also rolled three...
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    I'm continuing to mock things up to make sure...

    I'm continuing to mock things up to make sure everything goes together, and each new piece added creates a new challenge! I finally finessed, wrangled, and persuaded the front fender to fit and...
  24. Lipdog, it may be a matter of personal taste (or...

    Lipdog, it may be a matter of personal taste (or not) but my grips turn with a small bit of resistance...not much but enough so that I can take my hand off the throttle and it readily stays there,...
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    This is the only club I belong to, joined for the...

    This is the only club I belong to, joined for the love of old motorcycles so I echo Mike’s sentiments.
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