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    Robbie, I talk to Jim all the time, but I didn't...

    Robbie,
    I talk to Jim all the time, but I didn't want to bother him with the question. I asked Pete Sink. He offered correct photos. I thought there was something off about my fender in...
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    1949 Vertical Scout Fenders

    I have recently spoken with someone who suggested that in my Scout 249 rebuild that I need a rear fender with an indentation to compensate for the chain guard. I thought I had the right one which...
  3. Thanks, Len. What is the typical cost on bulbs?...

    Thanks, Len. What is the typical cost on bulbs?

    -JR
  4. WANTED: Original 1948-1953 or 1941-1942 General Electric Sealed Beam Lamp #4030

    I need an original sealed beam which was OEM for Indian Chiefs in the ranges above. I have the bezel and shell. Also need the mounting bracket.
    Willing to hear offers for pay or parts trade.

    -JR
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    I wanted to post a follow-up in case some readers...

    I wanted to post a follow-up in case some readers were wondering as well and had never heard of this numbering issue. Recently I have communicated with someone who has been doing mechanical...
  6. This is a fine looking example of the better...

    This is a fine looking example of the better condition verticals. Why is it torn down? What issues did you have?
    Do you have all the original parts? Any repro in there?
    -John
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    Indian Rear Frame Identification

    Does anyone know what model this number goes with? Verticals for 1949 are not supposed to have numeric codes on them.
  8. Unidentified Rear Frame Sub-section Indian 249? Warrior? Warrior TT?

    Can someone help identify this rear sub-section? I know it is one of the vertical models from 1949-1952, though a couple of experts have said the rear section of the 249 had no numbers stamped into...
  9. Thread: Hello

    by JTR249
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    Hello

    My name is John and I am attempting to have rebuilt a 1949 Indian Scout model 249. Many people have already contributed generously with knowledge, parts, restoration and reconditioning; Jim...
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