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  1. Hahaha, yes! But the devil is in the details! Cheers, Lex
  2. For good measure a factory shot of the engine of the Flea, I assume James was the same?? Lex
  3. Here's Arnauds replica, he used a normal style fixing clip thingy. Cheers, Lex
  4. Well, not to piss on your party Steve, there are 2-3 main variations, and I think the two above are postwar, all of mine, and the ones Arnaud made some replica's off, have the ridge where the HT cable goes in. Another difference is the knurled special nut that was used on the older ones, see picture. (this is a US thread, not normal) I think you can also see the details on the factory shots, will have a look. Lex
  5. Ok, nice! But I must say, the Flea ferrules are totally different to anything else used on other bikes, I remember, as I had some made for my second Flea at the time. Cheers, Lex
  6. Yes, you are right, it's different, I just had a look! Sorry, Lex
  7. Ok, you beat me to it! But looks the same as for Flea's. Lex
  8. Yes, there's special ferrules, will see if I have a picture later. Cheers, Lex Ps, thought you were talking about a Flea, but guess James?
  9. There are about 6 types of tanks, I have one that looks G3WO on the bottom, but is not as long, here's an identifying chart for some of them. Cheers, Lex
  10. Or repro's here: https://45parts.eu/index.php?action=article&aid=14305&group_id=10000097&lang=EN Cheers, Lex
  11. You can try these guys, the owner has passed away, but his family is still selling stuff I think; http://www.wardepartment.co.uk/parts-spares/ If anyone is in need of an original late 741 horn face, I have one, the non script one, like Ron's above here, 80 pounds, plus postage at cost from Holland. Cheers, Lex
  12. Here 2 pictures from the Model 640 manuals, seems the shorter pump was used here, but definetly spring clips, cannot find anything on the other type of spring clips. Also a scan of Bruce Palmers Harley book, about the pumps. Lex
  13. Yes, there's 2 lenghts, and 3 types of clips, complicated! Below the 16" pump, the tall one. Will see if I can find out about the clips. Cheers, Lex
  14. Military ones were different, they used the same type as for lorry headlamps. But then you probably need a different rim too. the civvy type is repro'd I think? Cheers, Lex
  15. A chap in Denmark had some made, excellent quality, I'll see if he has any left. See picture. Cheers, Lex
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