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Very clean work, appreciate the thread, nicely done.
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Great job Jerry, look forward to seeing your work and learning more about early ironheads
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I respect and admire the work that goes into a proper restoration, but if they are done correctly they all look alike.

I'm less of a conformist.
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i like the use of oeticker clamps on the oils lines rather than standard screw hose clamps.i might do something similar.i have them at work for air and torch hose.
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I haven’t had a lot of time to post updates, but my 1964 XLH project is moving along well. Rear brake parts are installed, all of the wires,switches, and cables are installed in the handlebars, and the fenders are on.

I’m hoping to ride it before summer!

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that's a real good look at the handlebars speedsters? i've never owned a set and i'm not real good at picking them out between them and the XL.buckhorns are easy laconias are easy because that's what i have.
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that's a real good look at the handlebars speedsters? i've never owned a set and i'm not real good at picking them out between them and the XL.buckhorns are easy laconias are easy because that's what i have.
Yes, they are speedster bars. XL bars are much narrower at the clamp.
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