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    Early J Hill climber Fork

    I bought this fork in Ca. a few years ago and sold it at Davenport. Cool ForkIMG_2588.jpgIMG_2591.jpgIMG_2585.jpg

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    Re: Early J Hill climber Fork


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    Re: Early J Hill climber Fork

    Saw two like this in a barn in Colorado once. Both original paint.
    Matt Walksler


    '38 Knucklehead -- '39 WLDD
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  4. Re: Early J Hill climber Fork

    A friend of mine ended up with one of these 25 years ago out of a stash of parts near Manitowoc, WI. The guy was an old employee of HD and the front end looked like it had never been used. I think Nick Muthe ended up with it.

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