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Thread: 1910 5 hp no clutch indian i just finished

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    Default 1910 5 hp no clutch indian i just finished

    100_1476.jpg 1910 indian
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    Last edited by cscott; 02-12-2018 at 01:04 PM.

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    Beautiful, stunning!

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    what a great job you have achieved with this old girl , you know we want more photos please , cheers Rob

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    Wow, and Fantastic! Nice job!
    Pisten Bulley is Harry Roberts in Vermont.

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    Beautiful, and great work. I'd love to see the before and/or build photos.

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    Very nice workmanship

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    Did they not have clutches in 10 ? I thought they did. Does it die when you come to a stop ? Then what ? have to peddle start and off you go ? Beautiful machine

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    I was going to ask the same questions as Tom did. I thought by 1910, that clutches were common on most all bikes, particularly a twin. Regardless, it's a beautiful motorcycle, and beautiful restoration from the true golden age of Indian.
    Eric Smith
    AMCA #886

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    yes they had other models with a clutch even a two speed, this was the less expensive model, and yes when you stop you peddle to get going again , the right grip unloads the cylinders to ease the peddling

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