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thanks for the reply , I jusy need them for one head ,you see I got this bike ,or should isay most of it ,and for some reason the valves where missing on the one head, and with my buget if I could find a couple decsent ones it would be great
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Sorry but thats just the sort of thing that causes un needed failure and then the bad rap about unreliable HDs and such when in fact the whole problem is created by an owner trying get by without spending a buck and wont accept the facts. I delt with this mindset back in the early 80s from guys who were more concerned about their beer and smokes over their bikes. Fixing it right the first time is cheaper in the long run... BUY SOME NEW VALVE AND GUIDES .
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I needed valves for my pan and found Manleys on Amazon for... I think $13 bucks each. If you can't swing that....?