« on: April 03, 2007, 01:57:24 PM »
3 used rear wheels (pre 94) so they have the polished rims and black hubs
Blue Tomar and Whelen Par 36E strobe bulbs
The OEM red PAR 36 spotlight bulbs
A Tomar 3 head strobe power supply
A couple of hide a way headlight strobe bulbs (new)
Headlight lens both with and without holes for the hide a way bulbs
License plate and ID light frames (rear facing)
A couple of used stators (still good)
A brand new High Output stator
New shotgun rack for an 870 Remington (no lock, just the bracket)
A couple of shotgun lock timers
Two front engine guard Whelen rectangular polished aluminum mounts
Fairing pocket covers and bags
OEM speaker mounts (bracket that mounts on handlebar clamp)
Rear Turnsignal lights (Dietz) OEM mount to rear guards
One Siren driver (speaker) and a few steel siren bells
One polished aluminum siren bell (new)
Battery box with solenoid/fuse box/regulator-rectifier attached (OEM)
A couple of stock OEM horns
Two PR-24 mounts (usually mounted on rear radio carrier)
A new Radio carrier
A brand new Cylinder head for a ‘C” model (would work on 1973~1981).
Usable cylinder blocks (either just hone them or bore to first oversize) All standard bore size now. Have one already honed and ready to go.
A couple of sets of OEM late model Valve cover gaskets and cam end plugs (11061-1121) and (92066-1552)
Exhaust gaskets (11009-1906) and packings (11009-1068) for the head pipes and crossover
A few warranty mufflers still in pretty new condition. They break right at the weld between the head pipe and muffler. I normally just TIG weld them back together and they’re fine but warranty won’t allow me to do that. When they’re out of warranty I just weld them as new ones cost about $350 a piece. I had one that broke three pipes on the same side in 10K miles. Poor welding at the factory, break right at the root of the MIG weld. That robot should be shot….
A set of late model engine covers (the ones coated with Imron). Just about brand new, came off a new bike that I installed the previous units chrome covers onto.
Fairing lower mounts (aluminum) and a set that’s chromed
Email me if you want pictures of them.