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For the preservation and enjoyment of 1928 to 1931 Indian Scout Motocycles
"You can't wear out an Indian Scout"
 
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  • 21 Jun 2017 11:42 PM | Wayne Halabura

    Good day fellow 101 members. I have a Splitdorf NS-2 Magneto and I need a pair of cover clips to hold the Bakelite cap on. I am missing both.

    I believe the Splitdorf part number is 52163 and is described as the "distributor block cover clamp"

    Thanks for any help or leads as to whom may have these parts. Please call 306-221-7835 or email w.halabura@sasktel.net

    Wayne Halabura




  • 21 Jun 2017 2:23 AM | Billy McCarley

    I would like to purchase a magneto for a 1928 101 Scout, any condition. Please contact me at bmccarley@subterraneanco.com or text/call me at 256-453-7811.



    Billy

  • 19 Jun 2017 2:29 PM | Bart McMurry

    1928 Through tank compression release rod assembly.  

    Any recommendations on any or all of the parts to this assembly would be appreciated.  The most important part is the one sided rod end clevis that attaches to the lever on the case, but i'll take the whole thing if someone has one to spare.

    Best,

    Bart Mc



  • 16 Jun 2017 11:37 PM | Wayne Halabura

    I am looking to purchase an original or correct reproduction complete side stand assembly for a 1929 101 Scout. Please email w.halabura@sasktel.net.

    I called Michael Breeding and he no longer has them. If anyone knows who is reproducing them I would appreciate any info. Thanks and have a great day.



  • 13 Jun 2017 7:25 AM | Tim Raindle (Administrator)
    Am looking for a 101 headstock casting for a customers original frame, the headstock has been heavily welded and shattered thru the bearing housing. Desperately need a good useable casting to get him back on the road. 

    Also looking for a sport scout/741 front end for another project, absolutely anything considered, rusted/bent /broken, I can fix it. 

    Email timraindle@yahoo.com or call shop 860-482-9215

  • 06 Jun 2017 1:06 AM | Wayne Halabura
    I am gathering parts to mount a Corbin speedometer on to a 1929 101 Scout and have conflicting information. The Corbin system book lists the sprocket or road gear right side mounting system on the right side of the frame that runs off of the sprocket and the 2nd mounting system is off the left side with a sprocket ring mounted to the spokes. I am trying to find what is correct as they seem to list both. 
  • 28 May 2017 5:58 PM | Danny Marks

    After a DLX 64 Carburettor and Side Stand for my '31 Scout. Contact Danny iindian@dodo.com.au  

  • 24 May 2017 6:50 AM | Danny Marks

    DLX64 Carb wanted.  Contact me at 

    iindian@dodo.com.au

  • 02 May 2017 11:47 PM | Vahan Dinihanian Jr

    Just finished after a 1 year mechanical restoration. Everything rebuilt. This is a 29 in a police frame with a 30 rear fender.  All original parts except normal wear parts. 49,500.00 will accept part trade for a basket case or sell outright. 

    Vahan 

    Cell 503 849 4091 

    Dinihanian Mfg inc Portland, Oregon 

    vahan237@gmail.com 

  • 27 Apr 2017 5:07 PM | Mick Lucioni

    Hi,

    Does anyone have a spare Corbin gear bracket 35L137X ?

    This is the cast steel bracket that clamps the Corbin drive gearbox to the frame tube and is for rear chain sprocket drive.

    Otherwise has anyone got one that I can copy?

    I live in the UK so I'm eternally hopeful that someone can help.

    Cheers Mick

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