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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Luland View Post
    Only one problem, that's a 1923. See three pin strips on fender? See ignition switch. not 22. Beautiful bike though. Bob L
    Perfect knowledge, you are spot on it is a 1923!! Apology my typing error.
    Parts I am looking for is for my 1922J, and are identical to the 1923, the main switch and fuse box is not 100% clear to me, was it used on 1922 Y/N? part number 4505-22 refers to 1922 late and all 1923 the -24 was used on 1924, but the fuse box is definitely larger, correct?
    See picture is this the -22 or -24?DSC_4792.jpgDSC_4793.jpg

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    1920-most of 22 used 4510-20. Fuse box only (See pictures). You didn't need a switch as the generator had a centrifugal switch built into it. Most people just put a diode under the cover. Very late 22 and all of 23 used the manual switch with the fuse box part 4505-22 (Your pictures). 24 and 25 used 4505-24. I can't to begin to tell you the difference between 23 and 24. Bob L
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    Thanks for the pictures Robert, the 4510-20 on the picture are they offered still? It looks like NOS.

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    There not offered but the one in the picture is nos. I might do a run of these next year. Lots of little parts makes it a pain in the ass. Bob L

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    The bases tell you.
    If you look at the attachment you will see that 1323 has a round base for the fuse box and 1324 has a projection out the side that took a Bakelite, 2 piece block that supported the wires.
    From the HD parts book;
    1323 KK342 Mounting plate assembly Later 1922, all 1923.
    1324 MK342 Mounting plate assembly All 1924 and 1925
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    Peter Thomson, a.k.a. Tommo
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    Palmerston North, New Zealand.

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    Thanks Peter for the parts catalog picture, what was it in 1922?
    Nice to see that you are from NZ. My son lives in Dunedin

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