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Post by dcmc » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:26 am

1949-54 oem police, fork tin, cut with tin snips both sides,otherwise excelent no missing metal $ 80.
right side XA Linkert bowl perfect inside and out $ 140.
nos Bates 'comfort' seat $ 500.
1955-57 oem tailight with original 55 marked guide lens $ 125.
1958 tailight lens and door $ 25.
late model springer headlight, perfect $ 75
repop star hub wheels, 16" rims with timken bearings $ 225 each with new tires
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Post by dcmc » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:27 am

oops,
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Post by Doc37W » Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:09 pm

Those fork tins ARE missing metal. No way to attach them to the trees. Just wall art. Doc

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Post by dcmc » Thu Feb 01, 2018 12:58 am

Hi Doc ,
the fork tins are attached with 4 screws that thread into the sides of the tree and top clamp. Nothing missing ! just not visible in the photos.
These steel police style tins are nice except someone must have had a fastener allignment issue and used some tin snips for a little relief. they do look like they were plated at one time, But I have not cleaned them, nor done the simple weld repairs.

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Post by dcmc » Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:11 am

Hi Doc ,
the fork tins are attached with 4 screws that thread into the sides of the tree and top clamp. Nothing missing ! just not visible in the photos.
These steel police style tins are nice except someone must have had a fastener allignment issue and used some tin snips for a little relief. they do look like they were plated at one time, But I have not cleaned them, nor done the simple weld repairs. Only one 1/8 ding on the top flat, that may not be visible either.
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Post by Doc37W » Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:41 am

Great! Yeah, couldn't see the holes in either picture. Couldn't figure out why someone would cut off the tabs. Doc

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