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Just don't know about this air cooled...


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Old 07-09-2014, 09:48:26 AM
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Default Re: Just don't know about this air cooled...

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Harley had an external rocker arm and they had a magneto.
FWIW, H-D singles didn't get the mechanical intake until 1914, and the magneto was an extra cost option, not standard equipment.
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Thanks for the correction Bill, that's what happens when I don't double check my facts I send out BS I got a friend who may know I'll talk to him tomorrow.
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Reviving this older post. Have the same unidentified engine that I recently found. I'm hoping someone can identify. Already determined that it isn't a HD. Hopefully this will help maak also.
Any help appreciated.
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I would recommend you reach out to Dale Walksler at the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, NC.
www.Wheelsthroughtime.com
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