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  1. Re: XA in Germany

    Hi ziro,
    Some cool parts for XA appeared on eBay

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Harley-Davi...Cs7:rk:19:pf:0

  2. Re: XA in Germany

    And a few others from the same seller:-)

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Harley-Davi...b6S:rk:14:pf:0

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    Re: XA in Germany

    I saw that. Anybody know if an XA seat T-bar will fit a VL?
    Rich

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    Re: XA in Germany

    I saw that. Anybody know if an XA seat T-bar will fit a VL?
    No, it is shorter..

    that is unless you want to sit on the tank!
    Friends help friends move,
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    Re: XA in Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubone View Post
    No, it is shorter..

    that is unless you want to sit on the tank!
    Aw shucks, thanks!
    Rich

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    Re: XA in Germany

    Yes, Thank you! I have seen it. The seller is Milan from Canada. The XA specialist. He has lots of parts in stock and all what he has shown on ebay I bought months ago. There are only two things which are interesting. I will look how the auction will run.

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    Re: XA in Germany

    Hi Ziro

    Check this XA out. Plenty of other interesting Harleys and Indians for sale........Worth a look.....

    https://www.mecum.com/lots/LV0119-36...dson-xa-model/

    Regards

    Murray

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    Re: XA in Germany

    Hello Murray, thanks for the link.

    Good luck to the guy who will buy it. :-) My favorite is the upside down turned caution plate frame, no clamps on the air intake tubes, the cut transmission shaft on the right side for the neutral lever which is now not possible to fix and I see many other stuff too, which is not correct. When I see these details I know how the technique is fixed... :-(

    Ground up restoration. :-) I see nice paint. The paint is ok.... ;-)

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    Re: XA in Germany

    I found these nice parts. NOS heat shields and one of my nicest part now. The caution plate and frame in original paint.






  10. #130

    Re: XA in Germany

    Some nice progress on the rear drive. New bearings and seals arrived. Build a tool to dismantle the old seals and the work can go on.




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