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    Posted 8 years ago

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    I recently got these parts from a estate cleanout. I have been unable to identify them, anyone have a clue? Thanks

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    1. aghcollect aghcollect, 8 years ago
    2. AzTom AzTom, 8 years ago
      Aghcollect, thanks for that link.
      I copied the post from that link as everyone on there has only posted that one item over a year ago.

      "murffdog, 1 year ago
      This is part of a 1920s Indian Motorcycle sidecar shock absorber. I have 4 complete ones and trying to find there value."

      I question that this is a shock absorb-er for a side car.

      The side car mounts to the bike with a solid connection. and this only has one mounting pad.
      They look like some type of damper or stop for something but I don't remember ever seeing anything like it on an Indian.

      I can't get the photos to open when I click on them, once I do I will send my brother a photo and see what he says. He has a 1948 Chief and an older Scout.
    3. aghcollect aghcollect, 8 years ago
      One of my peeves about this site - the post is still showing as "unsolved" although it was identified - luckily the comments that identified them were still there because when a CW user leaves the site, so do their comments (and "solves")
    4. aghcollect aghcollect, 8 years ago
      BillD - just to be clear with you - comment #3 (peeve) refers to the posting at the link shown in comment #1, not yours. :)
    5. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 8 years ago
      This is an early shock absorber made for early auto leaf springs . This is missing the clamp that attaches this piece to a leaf spring . One unit per spring , and indeed made or marketed by Indian Motocycle Co.

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