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    Another "what is it"?

    Found another bag of odd parts, NOS but what are they? Chrome spacers are 2" long and 5/16" id. Black spacers are a little over 1 1/2"





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    Re: Another "what is it"?

    The balls and likely some of the spacers as well are parts of the decorative fins for bumpers.
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    Re: Another "what is it"?

    Thanks Robbie.

    I don't need these. Anyone have a use for them? I'd like for them to go to someone that will put them on a bike, not in a stash.
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    Re: Another "what is it"?

    Look like a type of windshield mounting bracket spacers to me.

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    Re: Another "what is it"?

    Robbie is right the balls hold down the blades on the cabbage cutter or cheese grater rear bumpers whatever name you like to call them.
    The chrome and black spacers look to me like the ones used on 3-rail luggage racks. Chrome ones go between the rails black ones go under the rails.
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    Re: Another "what is it"?

    The spacers in the first set of pictures he posted with the Sportster clutch cable adjusters are likely the ones that go with the chrome balls, and Dave is likely correct on the luggage rack spacers. That is why dimensions are needed with these pictures.
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