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- Bikes: '02 Fatboy, '47 Knuckle, '52Pan
I have two '47 Knuckles' one is complete and has an after market set of Hollywood handlebars,the lock plate has the locking pin in the front position the other I'm in the process of building I'm putting on a set of stock bars which has the locking pin in the rear position, is this normal
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I'm not sure but while you are talking lock plates and pins.........how is the pin removed? I have a inline plate with the pin installed and an offset plate with no pin. Id like to put the pin in the offset plate. Is the center pin pressed into the larger piece below the plate or screwed in? Any thoughts.