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    Colony and Flatland have the bushings you need

    Colony and Flatland have the bushings you need
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    scooter57, The easiest and least expensive thing...

    scooter57,
    The easiest and least expensive thing I would try first is replacing the 16t main shaft starter gear with the 14t (#33430-59) used on all 4speeds '59 and up.
    This will make a significant...
  3. Thread: better clutch?

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    What year servicer? If '33-'40 and your clutch is...

    What year servicer? If '33-'40 and your clutch is slipping and your springs and plates are in good condition, replace your fibers with some metallic/Kevlar ones from Way Back Wheels.
    If '41 and...
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    With the bike level, use a flashlight and if you...

    With the bike level, use a flashlight and if you can just see oil at the bottom of the filler spout, you have enough oil in it.
    Any more and it will tend to push it out through the various seals.
  5. Thread: 1945 wld

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    You need an OEM or OEM style shifter lever that...

    You need an OEM or OEM style shifter lever that uses a clevis pin
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    Rowdy, With the main shaft pushed in and all the...

    Rowdy,
    With the main shaft pushed in and all the spacers in place, second gear should be as close as possible to the retaining bracket without touching it.
    This will allow more positive shifter...
  7. Thread: 1948 WR petcock

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    Dave, A '48 track model would have used a...

    Dave,
    A '48 track model would have used a R3601-46 gas tank valve assembly.
    Don't have any pictures, but I hope this will help you find what you need.
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    Fifth mount was added mid year '37

    Fifth mount was added mid year '37
  9. Thread: What is it??

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    Steve, In the second picture, the device with...

    Steve,
    In the second picture, the device with "out" on it is part of a clutch push rod assy. for a late model Harley I believe.
    Also, I think the sprocket may be an aftermarket one for late model...
  10. Thread: VL Trans rebuild

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    Looks like it cleaned up pretty good, I'd run it

    Looks like it cleaned up pretty good, I'd run it
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    The only difference are the heads

    The only difference are the heads
  12. Not sure what it's out of, but I would say the...

    Not sure what it's out of, but I would say the hole through the middle is for the clutch pull/push rod, not for pedals.
  13. Thread: 1930 V trans

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    It's used to align the kicker gears. If you feel...

    It's used to align the kicker gears. If you feel resistance when applying pressure to the kicker arm, you push the plunger with you foot to align the gears. Most people don't do this and you end up...
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    Haven't heard of this specific problem with the...

    Haven't heard of this specific problem with the India made countershaft gears, but know of many other issues.
    I'm sure that's a possibility. I hate to say it, but it sounds like it needs to come...
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    I don't use them, but I've seen this with India...

    I don't use them, but I've seen this with India made starter clutches. The ramps on the backside of the teeth are not correct, which makes it very hard to ratchet. Don't know if you're using OEM...
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    Clutch gear turning backwards on the up stroke of...

    Clutch gear turning backwards on the up stroke of the kicker arm is normal with it on the bench. Hold the clutch gear with your hand and pull the kicker up with your other hand and you should feel...
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    Yes, Pete still has a shop in Greenville, but...

    Yes, Pete still has a shop in Greenville, but we're leaving Wednesday for Bonneville to see what he can get out of his '46 Knuck this year.
  18. Thread: Lonnie Isam Jr

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    Got to know him on the '12 Cannonball, what a...

    Got to know him on the '12 Cannonball, what a great guy, he will be missed.
  19. Thread: WL 45 frame

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    You might be right levelhead, I didn't really...

    You might be right levelhead, I didn't really look that close at the photos.
  20. Thread: WL 45 frame

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    Again, his frame is a replacement frame for a pre...

    Again, his frame is a replacement frame for a pre '41 45 that was made by the factory later in the forties using the three bolt lower casting.
  21. Thread: WL 45 frame

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    It's part of the casting

    It's part of the casting
  22. Thread: WL 45 frame

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    That frame is a replacement two bolt tranny frame...

    That frame is a replacement two bolt tranny frame made later with a three bolt tranny lower casting.
    The factory must have been out of the earlier castings at that time.
    I don't why they didn't cut...
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    Yes, your photos are correct.

    Yes, your photos are correct.
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    1942 Harley Package Truck

    A friend of mine has a cool pretty original 1942M chassis Harley package truck with a period pup tent conversion that mounts on top for sale. All side car mounting hardware is included. $4500 and is...
  25. Thread: WL oil tabk

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    I'm not positive, but I think the only tanks with...

    I'm not positive, but I think the only tanks with the embossed "OIL" were the WLA tanks.
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