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    Panhead/Knucklehead 16" tire pressure

    The riders manual for the 1948 Panhead shows the tire pressure for a solo rider and one passenger at 12lbs front and 16lbs rear for the 5.00 x 16 tire. This seems pretty low.

    So the question I...
  2. 6V Dual Spark Coil part numbers - for emergency backup

    Does anyone have a part number for a commercially available 6V dual spark round coil part number that I could pick up at Napa or some other parts house for a 47 Knuckle.

    I was probing around on...
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    Leather Conditioning

    I have a couple of 100 year old motorcycle seats that are stiff as boards. What product is best to soften these back up?
  4. They don't show them on the website. I looked...

    They don't show them on the website. I looked before posting this question.
  5. 1915 Harley Three Speed shifter ball joint

    I am looking for a couple of the ball joints for a 1915 Harley Three speed shifter mechanism.

    DG635 Ball Joint Cup
    DG636 Ball Joint Seat
    DG637 Ball Stud Long

    Doe anyone know a source for new...
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    Thanks Pete. I did a quick test and determined...

    Thanks Pete.

    I did a quick test and determined if the screw is seated with the head flush to the oil pump cover the oil plunger does not move as the rotary valve is rotated which should mean none,...
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    1915 Harley Oil Pump Adjustment Screw

    I am working on a 1915 Harley magneto model. I was hoping you might be able to tell me the correct length of the oil pump adjustment screw from the tip that contacts the plunger to threads at the...
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    Harley Experts - What is it?

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    I was recently asked by a gentleman if I could identify the Harley his father was on? I could use help on this from the Harley experts.
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    I have clutch disks that can be relined. Is there...

    I have clutch disks that can be relined. Is there a recommended vendor that has experience with the early Harley's?
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    1915 3-speed Freewheel Clutch disks

    I am working on a 1915 Twin with the three speed transmission and Freewheel clutch. Does anyone have the thickness for the two fiber disks in the clutch? What is in my bike measure 0.342" thick. When...
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    Martin, Look at the 1916 Harley Davidson...

    Martin,

    Look at the 1916 Harley Davidson Dealers Magazine in the virtual library. Starting on page two they detail teardown of the three speed transmission.

    Mark and others,

    I have confirmed...
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    Hi Mark, I found a copy of it in the AMCA...

    Hi Mark,
    I found a copy of it in the AMCA document library. It will be helpful in tear down.
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    Mark and Steve thanks for the replies. Also Mark...

    Mark and Steve thanks for the replies. Also Mark good to talk with you on the phone. Brief update: I pulled the clutch for the first time. Was not too bad to disassemble it. It does not appear that...
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    1915 3-speed clutch question

    I was changing the chains on my 1915 Harley three speed. I rotated the back wheel by hand and noticed the clutch drum has side to side wobble in it as it rotates. I have a couple of questions that...
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    1915 HD chain advice

    This is the first chain driven machine I have owned. All others are shaft drive BMW's. This bike is a '15 Harley 3 speed twin and is going to be ridden. I could use some general advice on chains. I...
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    Are there any reproduction or original owners and...

    Are there any reproduction or original owners and maintenance manuals available? Something that covers the various adjustments and maybe rebuild.

    Doug - start working on your earlier Indian, if...
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    Very helpful. Looks like I have a 11F since...

    Very helpful.

    Looks like I have a 11F since there is no generator

    • Model 11F - 61ci F-head V-twin, Three speed transmission, chain drive, magneto ignition, 8.68 HP
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    1915 Harley Davidson twin info needed

    I am the new owner of a 1915 Harley Davidson twin. This is a significant jump back in technology as my other old bike is from 1929. I have a couple of questions:

    1. The motor number ends with a K...
  19. Johns-Manville 60 MPH Speedometer - What would this go with?

    I am a new member and just purchased a 1915 Harley Davidson twin. The bike has a 60MPH Johns-Manville speedometer on it. From what I have found the Corbin speedometers seem to go to 80 MPH. Is this...
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