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    Chris HD also never called your beloved 1936 OHV...

    Chris HD also never called your beloved 1936 OHV Deluxe a Knucklehead either. Jerry
  2. New exhaust seats in a 1925 JD front cylinder

    Has anybody ever done this with any luck? I have a good 1925 JDCB cylinder that is nice except it needs more of a seat. I have heard of cutting and installing a seat but I have also heard of them...
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    Shin If you have adequate voltage when you...

    Shin

    If you have adequate voltage when you start the bike I cannot believe that you have a bad battery. The engine should not stop when the red light comes on. The red light is just a sign that...
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    I think it is the other way around.

    I think it is the other way around.
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    Shin Your frame is an early one (pre 41) by the...

    Shin Your frame is an early one (pre 41) by the neck casting but I suspect it is 1939 or 1940 and not 1938. It has had some repair at the top motor mount and has had the dash neck casting welded back...
  6. They were not there a year ago either because I...

    They were not there a year ago either because I was looking for them for a friend. Jerry
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    My favorite Tedd story is: I would buy necks for...

    My favorite Tedd story is: I would buy necks for panhead head frames and they always seemed to have the same problem so I marked the neck up inside and lo and behold they sent me the same neck back....
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    Wow Mark you hit a home run. You not only figured...

    Wow Mark you hit a home run. You not only figured out what you have but you got a part # and also how much at least one guy is welling to give for it! Sorry but I do not know how far up this fits but...
  9. Thread: 46 Knuck

    by Jerry Wieland
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    Flathead You cannot plug the primary chain...

    Flathead

    You cannot plug the primary chain oiler because it is also the crankcase vent. You have to shut the oil off at the pump with the needle and then I reroute the crank case pipe to the rear...
  10. The height adjusting nut is inside the frame...

    The height adjusting nut is inside the frame above that nut that is missing.

    Jerry
  11. The nut that would have held the seat post in is...

    The nut that would have held the seat post in is missing (2nd photo). It is not uncommon for the seat post to stuck quite firmly in the seat tube especially on bikes that have been out in the...
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    Trade it for a late knuckle frame and put the...

    Trade it for a late knuckle frame and put the glide on that. Jerry
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    Looks good.

    Looks good.
  14. Definitely not HD. Looks Goulding to my untrained...

    Definitely not HD. Looks Goulding to my untrained eye. Jerry
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    To be really technical later 1937 transmission...

    To be really technical later 1937 transmission case is a one-year only item. Jerry
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    If your serial number is 5000 you most definitely...

    If your serial number is 5000 you most definitely need the case with the cast in 5th boss. Jerry
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    From my experience only the very early 1937's...

    From my experience only the very early 1937's used the transmission without the fifth boss. I see Ralph says mid production and that may be true but in looking at a lot of OEM type 1937's I have only...
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    I do not know about ULH but Chuck at Kickstart...

    I do not know about ULH but Chuck at Kickstart sells me lone pistons all the time for OHV's. I might also have some. I will check. His number 616 245-8991

    Jerry
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    Nice pictures. Thanks Jerry

    Nice pictures. Thanks Jerry
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    Chris In 40 years of looking I have never...

    Chris

    In 40 years of looking I have never seen any even remotely original 41 with a brass intake. I can point you to 10 original paint 47 with brass intakes. Even your buddy Todd when pressed to...
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    Tom I never run any additive in my knucklehead...

    Tom I never run any additive in my knucklehead either. Usually try to use premium when possible but it runs great on anything. Cast iron guides and stainless valves.


    Jerry
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    Brett I have run my Knuckleheads all over the...

    Brett I have run my Knuckleheads all over the country. I always try to use fuel with out alcohol but they run just fine on any pump fuel. I have Cotten's float in them and just try not to let...
  23. The are more than a few reasons for backfire when...

    The are more than a few reasons for backfire when starting a bike utilizing a Linkert carburetor as Cotton has mentioned a few. From my experience most of them occur when someone starting a bike has...
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    I do not think any of the 41's came with a brass...

    I do not think any of the 41's came with a brass intake. The only original bikes I have seen with a brass intake are 1947's.

    Jerry
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    Nikasil is not going to fix anything on that...

    Nikasil is not going to fix anything on that cylinder! Might be able to resleeve but you wold have to stop those cracks first. Jerry
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