Wednesday, June 17, 2009

4 $ALE

Vintage Ironhead Sportster Forks (Sold)

Off a 1972 XLCH (last year for the drum brake and the steel lower legs), identical to a '71 and similar to the earlier ones all the way back to '52. These are probably some of the coolest skinny forks you can run on a Harley. They have very thin lower legs. 7/8" stem. (Harley used this style on '71 & '72 Super Glides but, with a 1" stem). Includes the small rubber boots (not shown). For extra $, I can provide the axle and riser mount if you what them too. Email me for more info:

If they don't sell, they' ll go up on Ebay.

All the coolest hep cats dig these forks!

As seen on Sonny's bike! Good excuse to run this cover.

Same bike from HA 69. Yeah, I posted this one before.

(Update), I'm pleased to say that Jerimiah from Love Cycles snatched the forks. He's one guy that will put them to good use. I'm looking froward to seeing them on his Knuckle.


Noot said...

How much for the forks? Hey, and I'm trying to save up enough bucks for the "Out West Print" signed too . . .

Chris K said...

I'm asking $250 as shown. $300 with axle and handle bar clamp. I still have to pack'em and see what shipping cost would be. Was hoping someone local could pick them up. It looks and feels like the left seal blew out at one time. I think it's dry on that side as it's a bit stiff. Been storing them for almost 20 years. Was going to use on a 45 at one time but later found a springer. also have the alloy wheel, brake, lever, and cable tube that came with it.