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    1937 EL Saddle Bags

    I'm looking for a set of saddle bags for me 1937 EL. Someone told me these were one year only bags. Is this correct? Any thoughts or help would be appreciated. Thanks
    NL967A
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    I should clarify my previous statement when I...

    I should clarify my previous statement when I said "not much difference between the two". A comment like this on this site could get your AMCA membership revoked! There is a ton of differences...
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    I have a 1915 twin but I have no plans to sell...

    I have a 1915 twin but I have no plans to sell this one but I do have a 1920 J (not a lot of difference between the two) that I might consider selling. I ride the '20 often. What state are you...
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    28 X 3 Tire recommendation

    Hello Friends
    It's about time to replace tires on my 1915 Twin. Is there a tire out there that gets better than 300 some miles? What are your experiences? Thanks
    NL967A
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    Hello My Friends I appreciate your comments on...

    Hello My Friends
    I appreciate your comments on "tools of the trade". This whole thread started with me asking for information on a nut! I didn't realize the extent of comments I would receive....
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    Hello Friends I'm back from a great AMCA ride...

    Hello Friends
    I'm back from a great AMCA ride hosted by the Roosevelt Chapter. Day one I put 160 miles on my 1915 HD twin. The next day my butt was so sore I went to a more comfortable ride. Feeling...
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    Hi John Yes this is the nut. If someone has one...

    Hi John
    Yes this is the nut. If someone has one they would be willing to sell let me know otherwise I'll get one made.
    NL967A
    PS I'm on the AMCA Roosevelt Road Run. Very well organized and a great...
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    Schebler Air Valve Casting Part Needed

    On a ride this week my air valve adjusting shaft came apart. The only part I lost was the air valve spring retainer nut. I have a Model H 3/4". Any leads would be appreciated. Thanks.
    NL967A
  9. It's sold.

    It's sold.
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    Hello Mr. Cotten My adjuster on the top is like...

    Hello Mr. Cotten
    My adjuster on the top is like your second photo. I've done the fine turning as you suggested and now my 1920 HD J is running unbelievably great! Thanks for your help. I could use a...
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    Hello Mr. Cotten Thank you very much. I need to...

    Hello Mr. Cotten
    Thank you very much. I need to turn in my idle screw for sure from what you said. I like where my mixture screw is set so I'll play with the carb a little and hopefully get her to...
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    Sorry Cotten

    Sorry Cotten
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    Hello Mr. Cotton I have an H model. To be...

    Hello Mr. Cotton
    I have an H model. To be specific it's and H 111 (I think)!

    "Ask and it shall be given to you"
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    How do I adjust the idle on a schebler carb?

    I'm sure it's a simple adjustment but I'm idling a little to fast. Butterfly valve is closed as far as it will go. How do I slow her up?
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    Does anyone recognize this 1920 J

    Last year I came to own this 1920 HDJ barn find. The history behind this HD has been lost by the family I bought it from. Here is what I know. The bike was bought by an individual in MN in the early...
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    For what it's worth...I have a 1945 EL with very...

    For what it's worth...I have a 1945 EL with very low 2000's.
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    Windshield question.

    I'm turning 60 next week and I'm thinking I'm ready for a windshield for my '45 EL. I'm looking for a roll up. Anyone have any information for me on where to get one. Any windshield comments are...
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    The bags are original 1963 with the step on the...

    The bags are original 1963 with the step on the back side and the rubber (or something like rubber) seal on the lip of the saddle bag. Are the pictures of the latches from 48hdbob1 correct for 1963?
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    They are original 1963 with the step on the back...

    They are original 1963 with the step on the back side and rubber seal around the top lip of the saddle bag which I believe is unique to only 1963. Are the pictures from 48hdbob1 correct for 1963?
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    Thanks for the pictures and comments from you...

    Thanks for the pictures and comments from you all. '63 bags have a rubber seal that is stapled around the lip of the bag. Anyone know where to get these.
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    1963 FLH Saddle Bag latches

    10515Take a look at the attached pictures of my saddle bags. I believe the bags are original though they have been painted at least 2x. But the latches have been changed. Look at the front and back...
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    Sounds like somone wired in a Japanese blinker...

    Sounds like somone wired in a Japanese blinker beeper!!
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    For the blinker that does not flash you have a...

    For the blinker that does not flash you have a broken wire leading to either the front or rear or both for that matter on the side that does not flash. Check wiring under rear fender which seems to...
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    Hello Mr. McCarthy
    Thanks for your suggestions regarding my question. Thanks for commenting on my handle. Besides motorcycles being in the family since 1915 ( still have our 1915 HD) so has...
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    Try Bill's Custome Cycle's in PA. His email is...

    Try Bill's Custome Cycle's in PA. His email is billm@billscustomecycles.com. Give him the part number and He'll get back to you.
    Wayne
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