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    I shared all of the pictures on the...

    I shared all of the pictures on the Harley-Davidson Other Discussion on the forum.
    Craig
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    Steve; The good thing about a belt is it takes...

    Steve; The good thing about a belt is it takes out a lot of vibration out of the bike. You will need to shut off the primary chain oiler. If your later model bike doesn't have the chain oiler...
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    I wish that I had more money on me at the time. I...

    I wish that I had more money on me at the time. I used to drool over the two 4 cylinder Indians in his show room. I probably could of bought one for about $1000.00. But that kind of money was beyond...
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    More Pics #626549265502655126552 Many thanks to...

    More Pics #626549265502655126552 Many thanks to my long time friend Skip Smith who took these pictures while I was bidding.
    Craig
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    More Pics #52654426545265462654726548 Craig

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    More Pics #42654026539265412654226543 Craig

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    More pics # 32653426535265362653726538 Craig

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    More Pics.2652926530265312653226533 Craig

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    1991 Ed Miller Collection Auction

    Hear are some pics of an auction that I attended in Imperial Mo. ( St. Louis Area ) in 1991. Ed was a long time unauthorized Harley Shop in St. Louis, Mo. He bought out many failing Harley Dealers in...
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    Yes the seals move easily through the packaging....

    Yes the seals move easily through the packaging.
    Craig
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    Chris; Here are some pics of Colony vs. Harley...

    Chris; Here are some pics of Colony vs. Harley intakes.265162651726518
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    I bought these at E&M in St. Louis in the mid...

    I bought these at E&M in St. Louis in the mid 1980's. Ed Miller and his brother ran this motorcycle shop in the '60's through 1985. Ed also started Midwest Motorcycle Supply in the 1970's. He and his...
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    Jerry; The spigot to the head is the same as the...

    Jerry; The spigot to the head is the same as the 74 manifold. The spigot to the carb is larger than the 74 manifold. Approx. 1.620 vs. approx. 1.565.
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    Cotten; It is 4" end to end. This is why I...

    Cotten; It is 4" end to end. This is why I thought it was for a stroker.
    Craig

    P.S. Sorry for the crappy pics.
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    Cotten; I dig these oddballs out every now and...

    Cotten; I dig these oddballs out every now and then to possibly expand our knowledge.
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    Jerry; When I bought this one, I figured it was...

    Jerry; When I bought this one, I figured it was for a stroker. Cut to fit.
    Craig
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    Unknown Plumber Intake Manifold

    I just want to know if anyone out there is familiar with this aftermarket Knucklehead - Panhead manifold. I have 2 of them. One of them had instructions placed inside. I have not seen any old ads for...
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    I've always liked the asbestos clad steel...

    I've always liked the asbestos clad steel gaskets. They seam to be more forgiving on not so perfect gasket surfaces. I bought a bunch of these type for Big Twin Flatheads when Ballak & Co. went out...
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    Mystery Spotlight Bar

    Can anyone identify this spotlight bar. Its mounting brackets are too narrow to mount on a Harley springer. Possibly Indian ?? And who made it ??
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    Eric; When you get your cases back from the...

    Eric; When you get your cases back from the welder/machinist, bolt the cases together with the top left case bolt and 1 or 2 of the aligning studs on the rear. Then set the empty cases in your frame...
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    Steve; I have used Gunk Engine Degreaser or Gunk...

    Steve; I have used Gunk Engine Degreaser or Gunk Engine Brite for over 40 years. You just spray it on and let it work for about 15 to 20 minutes and then hose it off. It cleans up the aluminum...
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    [QUOTE=Rubone;184913]Basically anything dated...

    [QUOTE=Rubone;184913]Basically anything dated after July of '48 would be parts used in an early '49. Date codes are helpful but tricky due to when the factory changed over production (usually about...
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    Well I finally got a line to work and it's not...

    Well I finally got a line to work and it's not the non fitting P.O.S. that I have have been trying to tweak for the past couple of weeks. I tried using a line that I had in my bin box of lines and...
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    There are a few servi-car sprocket covers on Ebay...

    There are a few servi-car sprocket covers on Ebay right now. It just depends on what year you are working on. Also, Throttle Masters in Chicago used to have a lot of servi-car parts.
    Craig
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    Welcome aboard Larry! The best thing about old...

    Welcome aboard Larry! The best thing about old side-valves is that they run great on the cheapest gas.
    Craig
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