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Frame parts

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

Comments

  • 21 Aug 2017 6:50 PM | Tom Carney
    Hello from Montana. I m not much good figuring out how to place an add. So I thot I
    Mite respond to your admission as it was do able . Those European guys make an sell neck castings and yours not using one . Why? Anyway my DG 127 engine seems to
    Be an early one by vin number? I have a spare front head for 45 inch 101 for trade.
    Need a leaf fork. Would you just buy a German example or continue looking all over for one? Slim Pickens around for them here. . Do you favor one repro gas tank over others? Iron horse corral ? Thank you . Tom / missoula/ 406 880 6661
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