"What Fits What on Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. 1936 thru 1983"
Fourth Edition of Mike Arman and Kurt Heinrichs's "What Fits What" for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. "How to make your bike go a lot faster with a minimum of fuss, aggravation, screaming, tearing of hair and expense."
Harley-Davidson parts interchange and high performance for all V-Twins 1936 through 1983, now in its sixth edition with tens of thousands of copies sold world-wide! It covers vitally needed information on souping, restoring, customizing and chopping V-Twin Harleys.
How to: Install Pan jugs on a Knuckle, build a Super Sportster, solve mix-and-match transmission mainshaft length problems, build big twin engines of 84, 90, or 101 thundering cubic inches, and much, much more.
If you do anything with Harleys except "just ride them," you NEED this book!
What fits what on Harley-Davidson, 1936 thru 1983: Parts interchangeability and performance modifications
- 5 1/2" by 8 1/2", 80 pages, 44 photos, 7 drawings, softcover
- ISBN-13: 9780933078116
- Publisher: Arman, M. Publishing, Incorporated
- Publication date: 1/28/1983
- Edition description: SIXTH
- Edition number: 6
- Pages: 80