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Even two years before Indian was still more advanced than a Harley somethings never change its the same today

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OHV Conversions

Quite a range everybody is aware of the Apache top-end conversion done by Lindsey Urquart over ten years ago (pictured above) and it wasn’t a straight fit as the strengthening bar has to be cut-out and welded a bit higher up similar to the Vindian a great conversion though. The other variant spotted on Facebook recently has a pair of early BMW top-ends fitted a bit of a”lash-up” but quite a bit of work in the conversion, so the reason this is a talking point is that 99% of these conversions are on Chief’s not on Scouts, unbelievably though I believe member Sam Vella is attempting such a modification on his 1939 Sports Scout quite a amazing feat but he recently converted it to Bently-Draper rear suspension as on a Brough Superior I’m hoping he can pull this off as it will be a very rare conversion.

Hi-Viz Vests

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Your new committee is starting to put into place “Ride Etiquette ” rules based on feedback in the recent rider survey which you should soon have a copy of in the latest Smouldering Embers next week. So what’s with the vest above, well some people already wear hi-viz vests and are easily confused with the lead rider or tail end Charlie positions, a compromise was needed so a multi-colour hi-viz vest was thought to suit (good idea Mark)our situation, the first time you will see these in action will be at the Crazy Horse rally in a couple of weeks, which reminds me enteries close next Friday so better do that I believe all the rooms are booked at the motel so sharing maybe a option or sometimes there is a cancellation please check, and don’t forget to fill out and pay your entry which is on the website

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Zorros have a developed a reversible solution to address the legislative requirement for a brake lamp on older Motorcycles used on the road.

In particular Indians Harley-Davdisons Hendersons Ace and  many other US manufactured motorcycles used a small Chicago supply round tail lamp between the 20s and 30’s.

Th solution provides for the existing single pole bulb holder to be removed from the tail lamp assembly and replaced with a new body and insulator with a 6 or 12v LED board with 16 dual intensity LEDs for running and stop lamp function with an additional 2 LED to provide light to the registration plate thru the clear window.

Due to the small size of the tail lamp these lights prove difficlut to convert to a dual pole bulb holder notwithstanding that they need to be irreconcilably modified to provide a brake light to enable legal use on the road.

The conversion cn be carried out in around 40 mins with no permanent modifications required, no drill or cutting is needed and the whole assembly can be put back to original condition in a similar time.

As well as providing the brake light function the LED has additional benefits in terms of reduce power draw brighter light and improved durability.

more details

http://www.zorros.net.au/led%20stop%20tailalmp%20conversion%20for%20chicago%20supply%20tail%20lights

Selling price is expected to be $249.95 and is only available from Zorro’s tel Mark on 0433 106669 or email sales@zorros.net.au

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