|From:||backyard bob||e-mail:||somewhere-A-new jersey|
|Subject:||RE: DELCO HORNS||Date:||Mon Aug 28 20:06:31 2017|
Good point but Harley (like all manufacturers) sometimes |
carried parts from one year into another to use up
inventory before changes took place...and made
substitutions when outsourced parts weren't available.
How can a judge account for that? Right now I just
finished being driven crazy by a 1998 Subaru Outback
Legacy that had a check engine light problem. Some of the
Legacy evap parts wouldn't fit until I discovered they'd
used 'Forester' parts instead! Note: how many judges look
at the back of horns?
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RESTORING A GROUP OF 20 DELCO-REMY 6-V HORNS AND LOOKING
ALL OF THE COLLECTION (47 ), ONLY ONE IS TYPE M. IT IS A
4 LEAF BUT A FEW OF THE REMAINING ARE BROKEN 4 LEAF
SO WHAT IS THE POINT:
THE TYPE M WAS INTRODUCED IN 1957.
HOW MANY OF THE DR-16 WERE LEFT OVER AND USED IN 1957.
THAT SAID, IF THE JUDGES LOOK AT THIS FOR POINTS, WHERE
DO THEY DRAW THE LINE.
IF THE TYPE M IS NOT A JUDGING FACTOR THEN THERE IS NO
OUR CLUB JUDGES HAVE CERTAINLY SEEN MORE 57-59 MODELS
THAN I HAVE.