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    The number 7 on the rear motor mount came in 1941...

    The number 7 on the rear motor mount came in 1941 when the 74" OHV was introduced. This was so a 74" engine could quickly be differentiated from a 61". This continued thru production of the 61"...
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    Random stamped numbers are inspector marks.

    Random stamped numbers are inspector marks.
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    There is a letter in front of that number 6 that...

    There is a letter in front of that number 6 that will determine if this is a 1946 or 1947 cover. It is not a 1941.
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    Welding on Big Twin frames started October 1944....

    Welding on Big Twin frames started October 1944. However the necks and axle plates continued to be brazed through 1947.
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    Lots of foot peg parts here. ...

    Lots of foot peg parts here. ...
  6. I don't recall calling you any "Names".

    I don't recall calling you any "Names".
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    Harley-Davidson Service Bulletins

    I have a lot of Early H-D Service Bulletins. Looking for numbers that I am missing. Numbers in parentheses are the number of duplicates I have for trading.
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    46 March 20, 1917
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    That is the built in overload detector.

    That is the built in overload detector.
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    PS. It doesn't distribute anything. It is a timer...

    PS. It doesn't distribute anything. It is a timer sometimes called a circuit breaker. :-)
  10. Name calling?

    Name calling?
  11. Oh dear! Here we go again.

    Oh dear! Here we go again.
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    There are examples above of H-D calling it Bee...

    There are examples above of H-D calling it Bee Hive. Yet you chose to ignore it.
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    You just keep beating this dead horse don't you....

    You just keep beating this dead horse don't you. H-D NEVER called the 1939-1946 tail light a Bee Hive. They did call it's predecessor the Bee Hive. If it has a Bee Hive lens it is a Bee Hive tail...
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    https://i412.photobucket.com/albums/pp209/hd36knuc...

    https://i412.photobucket.com/albums/pp209/hd36knuck/beehive.jpg
    https://i412.photobucket.com/albums/pp209/hd36knuck/Beehive1.jpg
  15. In my days of owning shops MMI grads were able to...

    In my days of owning shops MMI grads were able to change oil unattended. Anything else required constant supervision.
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    As shown is the above photo they are very shiny,...

    As shown is the above photo they are very shiny, Cadmium is not shiny.
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    Made of unobtainium.

    Made of unobtainium.
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    https://i412.photobucket.com/albums/pp209/hd36knuc...

    https://i412.photobucket.com/albums/pp209/hd36knuck/14118a_zpsamgdzerc.jpg

    Jim Long had made the dies to put the big nipple on later caps. I don't know who got his stuff.
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    Race frame is visiting in the USA right now. He...

    Race frame is visiting in the USA right now. He was at the Dixon AMCA meet. A 1948 neck retails for 800 bucks. Note the race Frame parts are cast and not forged.
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    The club has that list. If I recall correctly...

    The club has that list. If I recall correctly over 350 known American brands prior to 1930.
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    Years ago, okay decades ago, a friend had his...

    Years ago, okay decades ago, a friend had his 74" Knuck cylinders sleeved by LA Sleeve. While on a long ride he noticed the engine suddenly lost power and was running extremely rough. Between two of...
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    Stan is doing three ammeters for me now....

    Stan is doing three ammeters for me now. https://i412.photobucket.com/albums/pp209/hd36knuck/Vintage%20Rust_zpsgnwiq8pt.jpg
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    Ole Evinrude is credited with designing the first...

    Ole Evinrude is credited with designing the first carburetor for H-D. Its float bowl was about the size and shape of a small can of tomato paste. It became known as The Tomato Can.
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    Usually when I go I am relatively cash poor and...

    Usually when I go I am relatively cash poor and see lots of great stuff. This trip I was flush with cash but found little I actually needed. I did buy a few things. NOS WWII timer cap, Mid '30's RL...
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    Frames weren't welded until October 1944. Your...

    Frames weren't welded until October 1944. Your frame had been chopped and since has been poorly restored.
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