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xlhstroker
15th February 2011, 03:35
New to the forum.

1973 XLH S&S 4 5/8 stroker flywheels,
S&S 50 over pistons,
Sifton minus minus cams,
SU carb extender bowl,
early Ironhead Magneto,
early no number frame with weld on rigid .

I love Ironhead the hammer of Harley ..

Half a harley yeah the faster half.

Ironhead Sportsters Forever

Great to be somewhere the XL is not a swear word

Rico 05R
15th February 2011, 03:38
Welcome to the XLForum from Oklahoma.

xlhstroker
15th February 2011, 03:48
what xl ironhead do you ride ?
You should be here.
81 today in Southern Arizona.
I'll try an post pictures of my project and other Ironheads ive owned in the past.
Thanks for making a cat feel at home when in a new place.

AsSeenOnTV
15th February 2011, 04:22
Hi xlhstroker, welcome to the forum from the only other 'A' state. Glad to have you here with us :)

fitter_rob
15th February 2011, 04:26
Welcome from Kansas!

sportsterpaul
15th February 2011, 04:28
A warm welcome from Michigan.

Stairman
15th February 2011, 11:10
Welcome from central Missouri.

xlhstroker
15th February 2011, 15:22
Thanks everyone for writing the weather here is fantastic you al should be here riding.

skixx55
15th February 2011, 15:55
Welcome to the forum from rainy (at the minute) England!

Folkie
15th February 2011, 19:03
Welcome to the Forum from the UK!

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Nzhasher
15th February 2011, 19:09
Welcome from Cambridge UK!
Iv often thought about getting an Ironhead just to join in the conversation here!
But - its vanilla EFI for me, and no puddles on the shed floor.

M

xlhstroker
21st February 2011, 14:06
None of my bikes leak unless a seal goes then i replace it ext.
I love carbs I run a SU .
Don't tell anyone but those fuel injection rubber mounted engine bikes are dependable and comfortable. A cat who worked in a shop with in Phoenix rode a shovel for years and now he has one of those dressers that are all the rage right now . He rides to work and works to ride. So i dont have a problem with it.
I have been riding hardcore rigid bobbers and choppers all my life but thats me .
I have worked on mostly Flats Knucks Pans Gen Shovs , Cone Shovs and Ironheads.
Some of the shops i worked in made me work on late 84 to 2002 .
But those days are gone.
Motorcycles are for everyone for the restoration to new stock or a cat like me who chops and strokes em.
My Dad 84 years young says there's two kinds of riders .
line crowding hogs who are riding like there on a moped or speeding jack asses i fall into the later.
chain drive rigid frame build with my hands.
Also my theory its not whats you ride its if you ride i ride with guys with chopped triumphs, chopped honda 750,s stock goldwings doesnt matter if you are willing to ride in the rain ,
cold, heat .
People who own motorcycles are a dime a dozen .
Those who love them are one in a million.
Thanks for the reply.

thatbikerguy
21st February 2011, 23:36
Welcome to the Forum! Ride Safe!! Ride Often!!! Baltimore, Md.

xlhstroker
22nd February 2011, 00:42
Thanks for the welcome..
What sled do you ride year model?

JohnK
23rd February 2011, 04:49
Welcome from Windsor Ontario!
:)

xlhstroker
23rd February 2011, 04:56
Welcome from Windsor Ontario!
:)

I have a close brother in Manitoba Kevin though he rides a evo chopper .
Hes forgiven he rode a chopped Shovelhead stroker for years.
Man its cold there....
Have a great day its spring soon get that scooter ready and ride ride ride.....

JohnK
23rd February 2011, 05:19
I have some family living in Alberta... you're right, it gets bone chilling out there in the prairies!

This is my first ride, and I shopped around for 5 months before I could buy it. I had my eye on several sweet Iron Heads, and the odd Shovel or two. I'm not sorry I bought an '05, but some of those older bikes sure had a lot of character!