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1 Front Wheel Brake Operating Shaft

2 Front Wheel Brake Cover Bearing

3 Rocker Plate (left side)

4 Front Wheel Brake Shackle

5 Fork Spring Rods

6 Clutch Footpedal Bearing (later models do not have this fitting)

7 Saddle Bar

8 Saddle Post

9 Rear Wheel Brake Operating Shaft

10 Rocker Plate (right side)

11 Rear Wheel Brake Footpedal

12 Rear Wheel Brake Crossover Shaft

13 Rear Wheel Hub

14 Front Wheel Hub

15 Armature Bearing (commutator end)

16 Front Wheel Brake Handlever

17 Spark Control Grip

18 Air Cleaner

19 Engine Oil Tank

20 Steering Head Bearings

21 Throttle Control Grip

22 Transmission

-(- Indicates grease fitting. Wipe fittings clean before connecting grease gun.

Type of Lubricant to be Used

COLUMN A—Chassis grease (Harley-David-son "Chassis" grease).

COLUMN B—High melting point grease (Har-ley-Davidson grade "A" grease).

COLUMN C—Engine Oil.

O.H.V. ENGINE: Use Harley-Davidson "Medium Heavy" oil above +10° F.; Harley-Davidson "Light" oil when predominating temperature is +10° F. or colder.

SIDE VALVE ENGINE: Use Harley-Davidson "Regular Heavy" oil above +32° F.; Harley Davidson "Medium Heavy" oil when predominating temperature is +32° F. to +10° F.; Harley-Davidson "Light" oil when predominating temperature is -f-10° F. or colder.

If winter weather becomes so extremely cold that "Light" oil congeals in tank, add just enough kerosene to keep oil fluid.

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