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I stumbled upon NOS 1968 – 1970 exhaust headers for the “Super Quiet” or “Interconnected” exhaust system at a swap meet recently. My two parts manuals cover those years but don’t have that exhaust in them (??). I am looking for the part number for the support bracket.... if anybody knows it. Got the muffler numbers. Maybe someone knows different but it appears that the mufflers aren’t re-popped anymore either.
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bracket for the header or muffler?

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Is this the exhaust with a muffler on each side?

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Nope. Harley calls them Super Quiet. They came on (open to debate) 1968 - 1970. I've seen them called stacked mufflers, interconnected exhaust, cigar mufflers. They came standard on the XLH (again open to debate..... don't want to go there). I'll put them on my 1970 XLH if I can find all the bits. Item B in the attached photo.


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I stumbled upon NOS 1968 – 1970 exhaust headers for the “Super Quiet” or “Interconnected” exhaust system at a swap meet recently. My two parts manuals cover those years but don’t have that exhaust in them (??). I am looking for the part number for the support bracket.... if anybody knows it. Got the muffler numbers. Maybe someone knows different but it appears that the mufflers aren’t re-popped anymore either.
The support bracket part number is 65324-68

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Nope. Harley calls them Super Quiet. They came on (open to debate) 1968 - 1970. They came standard on the XLH (again open to debate..... don't want to go there). I'll put them on my 1970 XLH if I can find all the bits. Item B in the attached photo.
I'm not sure where the debate is, they were available from 1968 through 1970. They were the standard on BOTH the XLH and XLCH models in 1969 and 1970. I have also seen them on 100% original examples from 1968, but I don't think they were the standard.

Here is the exhaust shown on two 100% original 1969 XLCH's as evidence:

[url=https://flic.kr/p/2hfYAbF]

[url=https://flic.kr/p/2hfYAmk]
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I'll put them on my 1970 XLH if I can find all the bits.
I scanned the 4 pages below from the 1971 Parts Catalog p/n 99451-71. Perhaps they'll assist in your search for any other bits you might be missing. (or not )







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they may be more commonly known as ''Bronson'' pipes.from the tv bike.
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