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    Anybody recognize this style compensator? It's the only one of this style I've ever seen. I'm familiar with the earlier H-D version with the 2" hex fastener with the grease fitting in the middle of it. And of course, the 55-sometime in the 70's one with the exposed big spring and the spline. Maybe a hint as to its manufacturer.....Attachment 25060

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omarttentmaker View Post
    Anybody recognize this style compensator? It's the only one of this style I've ever seen. I'm familiar with the earlier H-D version with the 2" hex fastener with the grease fitting in the middle of it. And of course, the 55-sometime in the 70's one with the exposed big spring and the spline. Maybe a hint as to its manufacturer.....Attachment 25060
    It is this one,
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    Cool.....Thanks for the insight....What was the time frame for that item? Is there a date somewhere on your literature?

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    Note that the "NEW" Indian Warrior was introduced for 1950.. My scan is from a copy of American Motorcyclist of that era. Without digging through them I don't know what month, But I have all of them published from issue 1 to the mid '60s where I lose interest..
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    Yeah, the Indian ad got by me. Thanks for the info.

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