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Re: Indian Chief For Sale

a nice bike but the price I have a customer to spend 20 let me know 9174161257 supercyc1@... ... From: AMCAdoug@... [VirtualIndian]
tsunnis
Nov 8
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138618

Re: Indian Chief For Sale

Forgot to mention.  The Indian is located in eastern Pennsylvania.  The owner would prefer to have the buyer pick up the motorcycle, and not ship it.   In a
    amcadoug
    Nov 6
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    138617

    Indian Chief For Sale

    One of my friends has decided to sell his Indian Chief.  The bike is finished in yellow and has a 1948 engine in a 1951 chassis, and has been meticulously
      amcadoug
      Nov 6
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      138616

      FW: Comment on automated vehicle policy to protect motorcyclists

      In case you are not a member or did not hear about this, thought I'd send along. You don't have to be a member to use this process to send in your opinion.
      Rob
      Nov 2
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      138615

      FW: A Unique Opportunity In Las Vegas: Own the Excelsior-Henderson B

      Anybody want to go into the motorcycle business?? Probably should start a pool on what the sell price will be. Las Vegas, January 23-27, 2018
      Rob
      Oct 30
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      138614

      Re: battery ground

       The ground on my 47 goes to the tranny lid. My 48 is the same. I think that the manual clearly says to ground it there. Besides, it would be hard to find a
      Mike Burns
      Oct 17
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      138613

      Re: battery ground

      On a four, take the generator to ground at the crank case breather.
      Larry Burke
      Oct 17
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      138612

      Re: battery ground

      yes mine dose and any other earths as ive got other things like a 6v- to 12v converter etc sc On 17/10/2017 12:07, Kevparker@... ... 1947 chief? Does it go
      scoota@...
      Oct 17
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      138611

      Re: battery ground

      That's where I ground my battery. I also ground the generator body to the battery and the front forks to the frame. Saves a lot of trouble, later. On Tue, Oct
      Michael Breeding
      Oct 17
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      138610

      battery ground

      Where is the battery ground (location) on a 1947 chief? Does it go from the battery to a bolt on the tranny lid? Thanks KP
      Kevparker@...
      Oct 17
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      138609

      Re: Torque evener

      hi it would pay to put locktight on the nut so it doesn't come loose again cheers sc On 17/10/2017 04:32, Randy Johnson ... primary cover and checked, the big
      scoota@...
      Oct 17
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      138608

      1928 Indian Light Switch

      Hello Hello! I am needing this light switch for a 1928 project, any condition. Switch is a toggle style made of bakealite, very poor design, used only a short
      Larry Burke
      Oct 17
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      138607

      Re: Torque evener

      Fixed.. when I pulled the primary cover and checked, the big nut was about 1/4 to 1/2 turn from bottoming . Everthing was in the proper place and looked good
      Randy Johnson
      Oct 17
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      138606

      Re: no messages

      Hi Derek I missed your post on the Enfield but most of this group is related or into the Indian V-twins so you won't get a reply as folks just don't know the
      Terry Duffy
      Oct 13
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      138605

      Re: no messages

      Yes it has been quiet. Some still in shock over my Woodsman" post maybe. This mail sent via Gmail. I've had no problems using Gmail with forums. I use Digest
      derek scott
      Oct 13
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