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Default Morris Wheel Identification

I'm new to The Forums, so please excuse me if these questions have already been asked.

I have two Morris mag wheels that were left to me from the estate of a club member. They have labels inside the rims: one says #1832 and the other says #1834. Can anyone help me (1) identify what years' Sportsters they fit and (2) what the Harley parts numbers were for them, since I understand they were either a factory or dealer accessory?

The second thing is, I have an XLCR dash lights module that has one of the lights out. Is there someone out there who can renew this item so I can use it?

Thanks, and good luck out there.

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Try these guys for info on repairing the XLCR dash lights module ...

http://www.xlcrclub.com/
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Pics of the wheels would help. Unlikely anyone has old Morris numbers lying around.
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I have a brand new NOS set of Morris mags for my '77 that I've never used. According to the HD boxes, the 19" front wheel part number is 43522-77 and the 18" rear is 41037-77. There weren't any stickers on the mags themselves when I checked a few minutes ago.

Only Morris wheels I can remember seeing is the single disc version for the '77 and the dual disc type for 1978. If you can take some pics we can better help you out.

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I found a few morris mags at a salvage yard in southern minnesota. are they worth the time pulling out of the pile???? I recall a couple fronts and maybe 1 rear mag
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