Meats. Meats and fluids. Meats, fluids, hoses, and maybe some o-rings, gaskets and clutch plates. With the expection of these service parts and wearable items, Larry Pierce assures me every other component on this recently acquired '52 Harley-Davidson OHV Deluxe is bone-stock.
Larry mentioned something about the frame being a "74," but I'm not sure what that means. Certainly not the model year, right? Maybe it's the model number. It could be the neck angle, but I doubt it. Fuck. I wish I understood the arcane language of old motorcycles. Better yet, I wish Larry would provide more detailed spec sheets. Submitted below is the exact info Larry gave me. Thanks for really selling this old bucket of bolts, brother!
Owner name: Me
Bike name: Panhead
Home town: Birmingham
Motor specs: '52 FL
Frame specs: Stock 74
Fork specs: H-D adjustable
Wheel specs, front and rear: Stock
Home-built custom bits: None
Best single story about this motorcycle: My old lady can ride with me now and I don't have to listen to her bitch
Thanks: Ashley and me
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