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    Thanks, the pictures say it all. Peter

    Thanks, the pictures say it all. Peter
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    Wow, I hadn't thought of it that way. That's...

    Wow, I hadn't thought of it that way. That's quite a comfort sacrifice just to be able to carry a passenger.
    Thanks, Peter
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    Rajah buddy seat

    Can anyone shed any light on these seats? Is this a JD era accessory? Is it a child's seat? It seems to mount in front of the rider's seat and be hinged to flip up.

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    On the underside...
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    Never confirmed it, but the EU-4 is from the...

    Never confirmed it, but the EU-4 is from the period. The Henderson parts manual lists Splitdorf for 1914, along with a note that says Bosch and Berling might also be used.

    This is from...
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    Thanks, this is very helpful. Peter

    Thanks, this is very helpful. Peter
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    JD tank variations 1925 - 1929

    Does anyone know (maybe MMasa?) which JD tanks had ribbed inner walls and which had plain? See these two pictures ...
    Peter

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    The author is Victor W Page. You can view it...

    The author is Victor W Page. You can view it online here:
    https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015002946898;view=1up;seq=9

    Peter
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    Here are some exerpts from ch. 11 of Motorcycles...

    Here are some exerpts from ch. 11 of Motorcycles & Sidecars (1920) that mention the washers in question:

    When New Gears Have Been Fitted
    7. If all new gears have been filed, or only another...
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    danF, I received your PM but couldn't reply -...

    danF, I received your PM but couldn't reply - your inbox is full. Peter
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    I contacted Devin as above and he put me on to...

    I contacted Devin as above and he put me on to the seller. The seller didn't seem to have a list of what he's got, but I'm looking for a few 1925 only items which he didn't have.

    I forget his...
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    I'm interested. I have sent you a private...

    I'm interested. I have sent you a private message.
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    In 1925, Harley changed to a smaller wheel. We'd...

    In 1925, Harley changed to a smaller wheel. We'd call it 20" as it takes a 3.85 x 20 clincher tire. In old terms it was called a 27 x 3.5 tire. The rack on the back of my 26 Harley LT sidecar...
  13. Thanks for this info, Peter. It's going to be a...

    Thanks for this info, Peter. It's going to be a while before the bike is ready to go, so at this point I'm just doing the minimum to be able to fire it up. I've just got a toggle switch between the...
  14. JD wiring - generator cutout switch question

    I'm wiring up my 25 JD for a first start. I see that the 26 and later wiring diagrams include an "automatic cutout" between the battery and the generator but I don't see that on the 1925 wiring...
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    Looks like things are back up now. It would be...

    Looks like things are back up now. It would be nice to hear some sort of statement one way or another re: the lifespan of these groups.

    Peter
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    I just send an email to harleyjd@yahoogroups.com...

    I just send an email to harleyjd@yahoogroups.com and it went through fine. You should have received it also. I think it's just the sites that are down.

    Peter
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    It's possible, but I think it's more likely the...

    It's possible, but I think it's more likely the system is down temporarily. None of my Yahoo groups are showing up, including one I just started up a week ago and has been quite active until this...
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    BTW ... although the book is dated 1924, the JDCB...

    BTW ... although the book is dated 1924, the JDCB is a 1925 model, as is the drawing on the cover.
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    Mine is JDCB6195 ... close, but no cigar. Peter

    Mine is JDCB6195 ... close, but no cigar. Peter
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    I have a sent you a private message about this.
    Peter
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    1914 Excelsior pedal arm needed

    I need a left pedal arm for a 14 Excelsior ... does anyone have one they'd spare? ... Or if anyone has any experience on repairing a broken one I'd like to hear about it.

    Peter
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    Mike, do you have a seat frame you'd sell alone? ...

    Mike, do you have a seat frame you'd sell alone? bottom, back, or both.

    Peter
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    Here is the view from the seat of my '13...

    Here is the view from the seat of my '13 Henderson. I have one of the triangular ones on my bars.

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    Steve, do you have a bearing number for the left...

    Steve, do you have a bearing number for the left side of the mainshaft? Did you have to modify something?

    Peter
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    Steve, thanks for a great thread and all the tips...

    Steve, thanks for a great thread and all the tips you've been able to pass on.

    I'm making slow progress on my 25 JD and wondering what you did about aligning the cases? I saw a post way back...
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