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    Thanks for the great pictures. I know that is a...

    Thanks for the great pictures. I know that is a lot work, and time invested to post that many pictures; but it is much appreciated by fellow members that couldn't make it.
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    Thanks. Wauseon always brings out many of the...

    Thanks. Wauseon always brings out many of the best bikes.
  3. I think it's very generous, and thoughtful of you...

    I think it's very generous, and thoughtful of you to make members aware of what you are helping to make available. There are many people that can benefit from those parts, and you have made that...
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    Did any members take pictures at Wauseon?

    Did any members take pictures at Wauseon?
  5. You'll need a hammer to move the bars. I have...

    You'll need a hammer to move the bars. I have used 1" split colars on the bars so the hammer won't put dents in the tubing.
  6. I believe you are right, Louie. I've looked at...

    I believe you are right, Louie. I've looked at many early Excelsiors and they did not use lagging. The drive belt contacted the wood sheave. Maybe the builder of that Excelsior in the picture found...
  7. I had a 1933 V, and next to the Indian Chiefs I...

    I had a 1933 V, and next to the Indian Chiefs I have owned, it was the second best Harley I have owned. My '51FL has been the best H-D I have ever owned. In the old days, they called H-D's V series...
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    I should mention that VLs of 1935 were two-tone,...

    I should mention that VLs of 1935 were two-tone, so there may be a big surprise under that purple paint.
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    Beautiful VL, Jesse. For the sake of keeping it...

    Beautiful VL, Jesse. For the sake of keeping it fun, I'd leave it alone and save your money for a top end job in the future:) In regards to paint; if a past owner didn't paint the insides of the...
  10. Thread: New here

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    Our esteemed past AMCA President, Doc Patt was a...

    Our esteemed past AMCA President, Doc Patt was a DVM, and a hands-on builder of some iconic antique motorcycles. I'm convinced that a person can accomplish anything if they have the will, and...
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    Your wheel looks great, Harry. Nice work. Fender...

    Your wheel looks great, Harry. Nice work. Fender stays have always been something of a mystery to me in that you can take them off a bike where they looked okay, then when re-installed, they don't...
  12. Thread: Seized in pogo

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    I agree, Bob; but I have to say that Kroil does...

    I agree, Bob; but I have to say that Kroil does smell better.
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    I admire Wauseon for their strict opening time. I...

    I admire Wauseon for their strict opening time. I think everyone should have the same shot at what the vendors bring for sale. I also think it is better for vendors who can get a feel for the market...
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    A slide hammer is a good idea, along with lots of...

    A slide hammer is a good idea, along with lots of lubricant. As soon as you can get the seat post to move up and down a bit, you're on your way. However, real aggressive beating could just ruin it....
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    A picture would help a lot since there were many...

    A picture would help a lot since there were many different styles of Henderson fenders. But, I'm going to assume it's a K, Deluxe, or Big Excelsior fender from 1920 up into 1927. Regardless of...
  16. Thread: Welcome

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    Great to see a post from you Dale. It's been...

    Great to see a post from you Dale. It's been awhile.
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    I agree. It's late 1910, or 1911 which were the...

    I agree. It's late 1910, or 1911 which were the first leaf spring models, but didn't have the fender tip that was common to later Indians. The handle is a hand clutch which would be on the left side....
  18. Thread: Trumansburg

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    Great suggestion, Elmo. When I go to an AMCA...

    Great suggestion, Elmo. When I go to an AMCA National meet, I make an effort to take pictures, and post them here. I love it when AMCA members in California, Connecticut, Ohio, etc. take pictures of...
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    Everyone loves pictures, Kurt. I have a 1948FL,...

    Everyone loves pictures, Kurt. I have a 1948FL, which I think everyone here is getting tired of seeing:)

    https://i534.photobucket.com/albums/ee341/cdo340/tran19g_zps7gufqvyc.jpg
  20. Thread: Welcome

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    Welcome, Kurt. Are you riding, or working on a...

    Welcome, Kurt. Are you riding, or working on a vintage bike?
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    Welcome to the AMCA, Richard. There are 2 ways to...

    Welcome to the AMCA, Richard. There are 2 ways to get into the vintage bike scene; buy a complete, running bike (easy but expensive), or find a bike project and begin the process of research, and...
  22. Stop mumbling; I can't hear you.

    Stop mumbling; I can't hear you.
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    I'm sorry; I can't hear you.

    I'm sorry; I can't hear you.
  24. I replied to this thread earlier, and I was not...

    I replied to this thread earlier, and I was not as sympathetic to the victim as I should have been. We go to specialists because we don't have the equipment, tooling, or expertise to do complex,...
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    I have a friend that got 'stung' by a stingray in...

    I have a friend that got 'stung' by a stingray in St. Pete years ago. He said the only relief was to keep his foot in a bucket of ice water; but then his foot would get too cold and he would have to...
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