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  1. Can anyone identify this clutch lever rod?

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    Two of the rods in the attached images are the early type clutch rods, does anyone recognize the one with the larger slotted end? Thanks
  2. The pedal is not really hard to depress, but I...

    The pedal is not really hard to depress, but I have been wondering if the clutch springs might be the cause of the problem. Guess it makes sense to go there next. Thanks
  3. [QUOTE=Shaky Jake;182478]I had that problem with...

    [QUOTE=Shaky Jake;182478]I had that problem with my ‘41. In my case it turned out that the pin that keeps the stationary friction plate stationary was sheered off. You’ve probably already checked...
  4. Clutch foot lever not function properly

    The clutch on my 1938 Chief will not stay disengaged. I cleaned up and scuffed up the friction washer, media blasted the surface of the friction plated and tighten the spring nut as far as it would...
  5. Looking for 1939, 1937, and 1928 Colorado Plates

    Looking for 1939, 1937, and 1928 Colorado MC license plates. I have a 1939 Colorado dealer plate to trade.251652516625167
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    Thanks for the image. How scarce are good...

    Thanks for the image. How scarce are good originals?
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    1936-38 Distributor Cover

    Can somebody post an image(s) of a 1936-38 Big Twin Distributor cover HD Part #1567-36 type 1. According Palmer, type 2 was used from 1939 to 1963. Guess the earlier one has a larger "nipple" where...
  8. I don't know what the best way is, my two options...

    I don't know what the best way is, my two options here are FedX and UPS both quotes were within $20.
  9. Very Late 1945 Early 1946 Big Twin Frame for Sale

    I have a very nice BT frame that I have had for 30+ years for sale. I thought I would see if anyone on the Forum was interested before posting it on Ebay. It is exactly what Palmer describes on pages...
  10. Thanks for the information. I have a friend who...

    Thanks for the information. I have a friend who has several Excelsior projects maybe he would trade for an Indian lever.
  11. Does anyone know what this front brake hand lever is for?

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    Trying to figure out what the left brake lever is. The center lever is the 1928-40 HD lever and the chromed one on the right is an Indian reproduction. Thanks
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    Front Brake Lever Clamp for 1939 BT

    Looking for an original front brake lever clamp #4153-28 (new 45030-28). My 1939 parts book shows the GL-5 clamp but Palmer says 1939-40 used the stamped steel clamps. Can someone tell me if the...
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    Thanks everyone for the responses. I may not have...

    Thanks everyone for the responses. I may not have been clear about the flat spot description. The NOS lens has a concave (curved) spot at the inside apex of the lens that the end of your finger fits...
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    1936-38 Tail Light Lens

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    Just removed a NOS 5054-20 lens from an original unopened box. I purchased a supposedly WW II surplus lens 20 years ago from a vendor in Davenport with the plan of finding a "correct"...
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    231132311423115 The first image shows from...

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    The first image shows from left to right; a 1938-57 bracket, a 1958-73 bracket, and a 1936-7 bracket. The second image shows the width (approx. 1/2") of the plates at the top of...
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    Thanks for the responses. I know how to identify...

    Thanks for the responses. I know how to identify a 1936-7 bracket, my question is in regards to the 1938-57 bracket. How is it different from a 1958-73 bracket? Sorry Chris the early bracket is...
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    1938-57 BT Jiffy Stand bracket

    Can someone post images of a 1938-57 jiffy stand bracket. I have read Palmer's description numerous times and still don't understand what the differences are from the earlier (1936-37 EL) bracket. My...
  18. Thanks for the reply Len. Still wonder why the...

    Thanks for the reply Len. Still wonder why the 1939 parts book didn't list the #4505-39A screw. What about the panel side cover screws in 1939? Fillister head #035?
  19. Correct instrument panel cover & panel cover plate screws for 1937 & 1939 EL

    The 1937 parts book shows part #035 (10-32 NF x 3/8 Fillister head screw) for both the panel cover to base and panel cover plate screws. The parts images confirm a Fillister head screw, although the...
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    Yep that is the same brake line and bracket. Can...

    Yep that is the same brake line and bracket. Can you measure the top of the bracket from the right angle to the outside of the brake line so I can repair mine correctly. Thanks,

    Shane
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    Thanks for your help. I look forward to hearing...

    Thanks for your help. I look forward to hearing what you find.

    Shane, AMCA #2225
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    Robert, Thanks for responding. The bracket you...

    Robert, Thanks for responding. The bracket you linked to on e-bay is part #42314-71A which my parts books says is correct for late 1972 FL, FLH and up. The brake line I'm interested in is #42305-71A...
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    Well, I hoped this was going to be a straight...

    Well, I hoped this was going to be a straight forward deal, but after a 128 views I guess not. I'm going to go ahead and repair the bracket and re-solder it back on to the brake line as I believe it...
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    William, You are correct. I should...

    William,
    You are correct. I should have been more specific that it is the front brake tube for the rear brake. I assumed the photographs would show it was the rear brake line. Just...
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