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    Are you going to Davenport this year?

    Are you going to Davenport this year?
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    J/JD cylinders change in some way almost every...

    J/JD cylinders change in some way almost every single year.
    Are your cases 61" or 74"?
    Big base or small base?
    If it's a 74", what style? Is it early? (1921-mid1922) mid? (mid1922-1924)...
  3. The condenser is inside of (and integral to) the...

    The condenser is inside of (and integral to) the ignition coil.
    Mark
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    For me, the heat was a HUGE issue. I was...

    For me, the heat was a HUGE issue. I was completely tapped out by the end of Friday.
    I have never left that meet before 5:00 on Saturday but this year was the exception. 115 deg with the heat...
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    Sorry, no picture coming. Sold almost immediately...

    Sorry, no picture coming. Sold almost immediately at the Wauseon meet.
    Mark
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    1942/1943 Knucklehead frame for sale

    Anyone in the market for a VERY NICE OEM 1942 or 1943 big twin frame?
    The frame is sand blasted and shows no signs of ever having been repaired in the past.
    All hallmarks indicate that it is a late...
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    Yes, 1929 models used the "big axle" rocker...

    Yes, 1929 models used the "big axle" rocker towers and arms. The thinking was, I'm sure, to increase the load bearing area between the arm and the bushing. Note that 1929 has a one year only right...
  8. Thread: Fork ?

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    Your rear leg is correct for 1922-1923 74" as...

    Your rear leg is correct for 1922-1923 74" as well as 1924 61" and 74"
    Mark
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    It may be the 1922-23 74" / 1924 61"and 74"...

    It may be the 1922-23 74" / 1924 61"and 74" version.
    What's the distance from the underside of the bottom crown plate to the centerline of the rocker stud hole?
    Mark
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    Stan Selerowski at Vintage Rust Speedometers. He...

    Stan Selerowski at Vintage Rust Speedometers. He does ammeters too and does exceptionally good work. Don't think that he has a website but you can find him on Facebook or instagram.
    Mark
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    Yes Chris. 1914 was the first year for footboards...

    Yes Chris. 1914 was the first year for footboards on Harley's
    Mark
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    Ulf I may be able to help with that. Email me....

    Ulf
    I may be able to help with that.
    Email me.
    Mark Masa
  13. Still looking for this cylinder Thx Mark

    Still looking for this cylinder
    Thx
    Mark
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    It is before it's vulcanized through the addition...

    It is before it's vulcanized through the addition of sulfur, heat, etc.
    It's also rather sticky.
    I've often wondered about "gum dipped" tires.
    Were these vucanized (black) tires that were dipped...
  15. http://www.linkcycles.com/ebaypics/500andMCylinder...

    http://www.linkcycles.com/ebaypics/500andMCylinder1.jpg

    http://www.linkcycles.com/ebaypics/500andMCylinder2.jpg

    http://www.linkcycles.com/ebaypics/500andMCylinder3.jpg
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  16. Please Help! NEED a Front Cylinder for a 1917 Harley "fast" 500 Motor

    Earlier this year I picked up a 1917 Harley 500 motor. Matching numbers, very good overall condition, etc.
    One catch, it's missing the FRONT cylinder.

    The 500 motors (first know as M motors...
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    HELP! Need a Crusty 1929/30 Headlight Bezel

    I'm in need of a crusty but usable headlight bezel (ring) for the 1929/30 dual Harley headlights.
    Pictured is the one that I have. I need a mate to it for the other headlight. Can have scrapes and...
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    So here it is. Anyone know how many years this...

    So here it is. Anyone know how many years this -32 part ran for?...
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    Your frame is 1928/29. The stand is a 1925-1929...

    Your frame is 1928/29. The stand is a 1925-1929 FRONT stand.
    Mark
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    It's the first one that I've ever had my hands...

    It's the first one that I've ever had my hands on.
    Mark
  21. Thread: Oley Goodies

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    Mick Actually, I ended up keeping that for my...

    Mick
    Actually, I ended up keeping that for my 1929 JDH.
    Mark
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    Cam You are correct about the letter always...

    Cam
    You are correct about the letter always being F. The frame pictured above is a 1925 and it could have been either a magneto ignition model or a generator model. This one however was a generator...
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    Thanks Chris I'll look it up in the morning....

    Thanks Chris
    I'll look it up in the morning.
    Mark
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    Duffy and Chris Thanks for the info. I wasn't...

    Duffy and Chris
    Thanks for the info. I wasn't sure which style I needed to use on my 36 RLD.
    MARK
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    Steve Yes, they are the longer 45 version as...

    Steve
    Yes, they are the longer 45 version as opposed to the shorter length used on the V series.
    Thanks for the lead on the info. Did you talk to Matt, Dale, or someone else at the museum?
    Mark
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