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    Default Cut Our Relay covers

    I have 5 different variations of Cut Out Relay Covers. My factory photos tell me the the cover with only REMY (the bottom of the group of four pictures) on it was used on a 1924 single. A photo of 29B1000 shows the first view of a cover with the Block lettered Delco-Remy on on as shown the single picture. Due to the position of the relays on twins the top of the covers aren't visible on any of the RL, WL, VL, EL, FL, UL photos. So if any one has an original machine hopefully with the original relay if you could take a look at it and see which if the covers it has and let me know.
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    Service manuals are probably not right.
    The knuck book shows the REMY cover for '46 & earlier & for the '47 on wiring diagrams
    There is a different cutout on the end of the '32-'37 style relay covers than on later covers.
    Your pic on page 526 of Palmer's book shows the second version above on a knuck with '36 timer...is that a modern pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duffeycycles View Post
    Service manuals are probably not right.
    The knuck book shows the REMY cover for '46 & earlier & for the '47 on wiring diagrams
    There is a different cutout on the end of the '32-'37 style relay covers than on later covers.
    Your pic on page 526 of Palmer's book shows the second version above on a knuck with '36 timer...is that a modern pic?
    That was a modern picture when it was taken in 1935. :-)
    I have seen 3 different cut outs covers the the two post relays that were used to 1938.
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