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Thread: Wanted For 1925 Excelsior Super X

  1. #11
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    We can make the rear fender for your Super X and we currently have the correct blank fenders in stock . I have an original machine to copy the rear fender from
    www.vintagesteel.com.au
    Last edited by veterannorton; 09-17-2018 at 08:05 PM.

  2. #12
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    Vintage steel have the rear fender blanks in stock and can make the rears on demand .
    Also fronts with or with out valances
    Andrew

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    Cool

    Do these look like your fenders, i bought them in Germany.
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    Whats the battery box youre using there Louie? Ive been looking for an original on for a 1925/early26 but cant find one.

    Your bikes really coming together, looks great!

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    Funny you ask...it's a $5 ammo can that was close in height and width and I shortened it a few inches, has hinged top, seems to work OK for now....
    Louie
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    Quote Originally Posted by LouieMCman View Post
    Funny you ask...it's a $5 ammo can that was close in height and width and I shortened it a few inches, has hinged top, seems to work OK for now....
    Looks the part and will get you on the road!

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