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Date:
12 Jul2004
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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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29 Jul 2004
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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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29 Jul 2004
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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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29 Jul 2004
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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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29 Jul 2004
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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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29 Jul 2004
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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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29 Jul 2004
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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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30 Jul 2004
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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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01 Aug 2004
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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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11 Aug 2004
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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


Date:
24 Aug 2004
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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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26 Aug 2004
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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


Date:
29 Sep 2004
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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


Date:
30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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04 Nov 2004
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04 Nov 2004
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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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07 Nov 2004
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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


Date:
02 Jan 2005
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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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03 Jan 2005
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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


Date:
06 Jan 2005
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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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20 Jan 2005
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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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24 Jan 2005
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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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25 Jan 2005
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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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11 Feb 2005
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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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13 Feb 2005
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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


Date:
13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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15 Feb 2005
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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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25 Feb 2005
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18:38:24
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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


Date:
19 Mar 2005
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04:00:23
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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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22 Mar 2005
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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


Date:
13 Apr 2005
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16:23:57
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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


Date:
14 Apr 2005
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19:52:25
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thanks for you info in shared files


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19 Apr 2005
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20 Apr 2005
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07:42:30
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Love the site Homer Doc


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27 Apr 2005
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08 May 2005
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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


Date:
09 May 2005
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08:11:59
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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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12 May 2005
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18:49:33
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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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27 Jun 2005
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17:59:27

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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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01 Jul 2005
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13:34:54

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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Date:
02 Jul 2005
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12:41:52

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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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05 Jul 2005
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11:56:12

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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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18 Aug 2005
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20:24:11

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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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27 Aug 2005
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23:49:33

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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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31 Aug 2005
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12:39:43

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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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07 Sep 2005
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21:31:19

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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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14 Sep 2005
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01:37:30

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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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14 Sep 2005
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01:37:38

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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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19 Sep 2005
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12:14:48

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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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04 Nov 2005
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19:21:43

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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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04 Nov 2005
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21:13:50

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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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15 Nov 2005
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16:32:41

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01 Dec 2005
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01:44:31

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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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01 Dec 2005
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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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02 Dec 2005
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20:37:44

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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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03 Dec 2005
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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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05 Dec 2005
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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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21 Dec 2005
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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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23 Dec 2005
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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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29 Dec 2005
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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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31 Dec 2005
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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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08 Jan 2006
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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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29 Jan 2006
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22 Feb 2006
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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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22 Feb 2006
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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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23 Feb 2006
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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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25 Feb 2006
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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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25 Mar 2006
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10:27:58

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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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02 Apr 2006
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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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29 Apr 2006
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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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29 Apr 2006
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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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19 May 2006
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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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24 Jul 2006
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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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30 Jul 2006
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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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12 Aug 2006
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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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04 Sep 2006
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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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06 Sep 2006
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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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06 Sep 2006
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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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26 Sep 2006
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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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i think it's working again...should take care of the spambots...


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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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21 May 2007
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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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23 May 2007
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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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I have developed a hidden trailer hitch for the indian chief that will withstand 60,000 pounds of thrust and you would think that the new factory would atleast acknowledge my existance, maybe because I'm a unionist and believe if Indian is a true American product they should be unionized. I have wriiten these guys atleast 8 times, filled out here surveys and never a response not even the promised free stuff. I have been riding for 43 years and always on a american bike. bjohnsen_98@yahoo.com


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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11 Feb 2005
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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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13 Feb 2005
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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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02 Dec 2005
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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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05 Dec 2005
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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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23 Dec 2005
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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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29 Dec 2005
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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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22 Feb 2006
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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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25 Mar 2006
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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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02 Apr 2006
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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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29 Apr 2006
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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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12 Jul2004
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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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29 Jul 2004
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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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29 Jul 2004
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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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29 Jul 2004
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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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29 Jul 2004
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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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29 Jul 2004
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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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30 Jul 2004
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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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01 Aug 2004
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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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24 Aug 2004
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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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26 Aug 2004
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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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29 Sep 2004
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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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07 Nov 2004
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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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i think it's working again...should take care of the spambots...


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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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20 Jan 2005
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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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24 Jan 2005
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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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11 Feb 2005
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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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13 Feb 2005
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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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22 Mar 2005
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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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13 Apr 2005
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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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14 Apr 2005
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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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09 May 2005
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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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12 May 2005
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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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14 Sep 2005
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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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i think it's working again...should take care of the spambots...


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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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09 May 2005
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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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11 Feb 2005
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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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22 Mar 2005
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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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13 Apr 2005
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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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09 May 2005
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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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07 Nov 2004
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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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20 Jan 2005
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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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24 Jan 2005
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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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11 Feb 2005
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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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13 Feb 2005
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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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15 Feb 2005
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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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19 Mar 2005
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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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22 Mar 2005
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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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13 Apr 2005
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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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14 Apr 2005
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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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09 May 2005
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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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02 Jul 2005
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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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18 Aug 2005
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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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07 Sep 2005
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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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14 Sep 2005
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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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04 Nov 2005
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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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11 Feb 2005
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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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13 Feb 2005
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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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22 Mar 2005
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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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12 Jul2004
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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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29 Jul 2004
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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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29 Jul 2004
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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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29 Jul 2004
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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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29 Jul 2004
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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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29 Jul 2004
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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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29 Jul 2004
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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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30 Jul 2004
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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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01 Aug 2004
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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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11 Aug 2004
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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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24 Aug 2004
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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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26 Aug 2004
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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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29 Sep 2004
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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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04 Nov 2004
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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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07 Nov 2004
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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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20 Jan 2005
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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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24 Jan 2005
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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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25 Jan 2005
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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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11 Feb 2005
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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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13 Feb 2005
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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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15 Feb 2005
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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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25 Feb 2005
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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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19 Mar 2005
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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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22 Mar 2005
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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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i think it's working again...should take care of the spambots...


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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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30 Sep 2004
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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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20 Jan 2005
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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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24 Jan 2005
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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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13 Feb 2005
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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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22 Mar 2005
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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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13 Apr 2005
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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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14 Apr 2005
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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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09 May 2005
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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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07 Sep 2005
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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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14 Sep 2005
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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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is there a shop anyone could recomend in houston,texas...would like to have the bike checked out.... james_cleveland77075@yahoo.com


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congrats james... try here http://www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com/splash.html eric


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Thanks, is a joy, surf this web pages. I, m, a indian lover, owned a 2003 indian. divorce harleys. jorge. Boston Ma.


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hello, my name is norm "redbird" cromwell. got a 2003 vintage and i love it. do have a problem with high r.p.m. miss. close to top end at each gear it skips a beat or two. what do ya think? im from ft wayne indiana and looking forward to the irip rally.


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redbird, i would check to make sure the ehc is mounted firmly..i had a similar problem on my vintage--everytime i got over 3k rpm the bike wanted to die...found the ehc not mounted and it was not making contact so the bike would not get spark


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Shared Files made my day...been lookingfor some of those files for months! Thanks... I ride a 99 Indian CMC


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Great site!!!!!!!!! Chris114


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Hi homer This is a great site for info. I've found everything i need so far. THX for all the work you put in here McLowry 03 Spirit Springfield ( Black )



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no problem....that's what it's here for... eric


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keeo it up homer great site louie 335


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I didnt know the Cleveland Indians had a farm team in North Carolina?


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Hey dudes I didnt even know that Indian had a motorcycle now I am doing a Strategic Mangement Project on them any info is most welcomed for my report and pics that you can send me. I would greatly be appreciative. You can contact me at hrlychick4hrlyguy@yahoo.com and if I like the bike then I am gonna have to change my id. If have any good ones to change it to let me know thank you JI


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harleychick...how about harleychick4homer.??? haha.. check out the forum at www.indianmotorcyclecommunity.com you'll find all info you need on the late model indians there eric



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Great site with useful information Thanks! I have an 03 Vintage Chief #170, all black and an 03 Scout, all white. Good to hear they finally found a new home for Indian


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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AWESOME page. Great links! Thanks for the manuals. Maybe we'll see you at Biketoberfest! I just picked up a 2000 Indian and I seriously want to put the PP100 in it. I live in Jacksonville and the guy I bought the Chief from had it at Blackhawk in Palm Bay. How did they do on the rebuild of your PP? They seemed pretty knowledgable, but I never got to meet Frank. george_aviles@ml.com


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i am atempting to build a 99-01 chief i have a 03 front end and fender 99 rear fender and tanks 127 ci moter with a 6 speed trans sprit swingarm and a aftermarket harley frame please any pictures or info on the frame rear fender mounts seat mounts ect help please send to papashrank@aol.com thanks

 

 

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Great job Homer!! Glad you finally got all the spam off of here. Keep it up, hope to meet you someday and buy you that beer. Scalper


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could you please let me know what plugs you recommend for a 2002 indian scout. my email is mlyberge@kent.edu. thank you


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Hiya:4-8-07--Just found your site,and added to my favorites.I ride a 2001 scout and sometimes my 72 norton which I hope to get back to a more everyday dependable ride someday.I live in the berkshires in western ma,where the riding season is about six or seven months.I am an older retired r.r. worker,who likes riding my bikes and staying somewhat busy.Thanks for your site work.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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Thanks for all your work on this site. I bought an "01" Chief, used, and having some service info is huge. I'm dealing with a starter issue currently and at least I don't have to tear into it completely blind.


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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lol homer you are nuts! enjoyed meeting you at the rally keep your face in the wind bro


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We met with the principals from Indian motorcycle international at IRIP IV this month (may)....very excited about the future of Indian.


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Every time I visit this site I just can't help but touch myself in an impure manner. Guess that explains the hair on my palms and my failing eyesight. Damn you Homer....LOL Thanks for the great site! -ANT


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Hey, Its Me Your Personal Asst. I was Just Going through your Web PAge And Ran into the Pic that i sent you and i AM Very Upset that you put The personal Picture Of Me On the web! That Means that you owe ME Lots Of Money! for showing that to everyone "Ok On a Serious Note" I just wanted to say that you are A great Boss, I wanted to thank you For All those times you took up for me. i Also wanted to say i am very glad that i took this job becuase i got to work with you and meet such i great guy like you! ok well i have gotsto get back to My serious work so ilove you, and See ya latter!


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lauren, is that's you in the picture...beat you to it.. eric


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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I wish I knew Something about motorcycles- VROOM VROOM, yeaah!


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thanks you personal assistant. i am glad to work with you too. you bring a lot of color and fun to the office.


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No that is not me in the picture, Lauren


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Eric Chris is the hottest biker in the world! He Is a 10 In My Book! I wish i could get to know him on a personal Level!


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Putting this together had to be a lot of work. Thank-You, it's great having it avalible and in one place. G.D.


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Eric I was Just Writing to you to let you lKnow that i think your a great guy, and i hope that You Cheer up. I wish i could make you feel better if you need anthing just turn to your right and just ask. Your Awsome! I LoveYou, Courtney


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Great site, I was the service manager at Indian of South Attleboro, Mass., just opened my own shop aboput 3 months ago,(Rogue Choppers) Bristol R.I., do you have any idea who made the glass headlight (teardrop), if you need any parts or have any problems, feel free to call # 401-254-5888, take care great site very informative John Virag


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Hey Boss, Stay the best boss in the wholla wide world, Dennis say hello too. PS: you got a pretty hot woman dancin' over to the right!


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only a kansas-city faggot would ride an indian...get a real bike..a Vespa! from a very popular gas claims adjuster in new orleans...


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hey....who wrote that?..gotta be KC CHEEF!!! eric


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WHOA Eric--Not me dude--I just checked in on here. I'm thinking the badcad might be lurking here somewhere. I'd sure like to meet whoever wrote that--been a while since I've been in the middle of a real ass kickin'. I remember they hurt for a while, but it's a blast while you're in the middle of it. I'd be willing to have a "talk" with this guy!!


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haha....na KC.. i figured it out. it's one of my adjusters here in new orleans. he was just makin fun and chose Kansas city. No ass kickin needed....damn! maybe next time eric


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Godamn shame. Just picked up my third IMC ride - And rode it back from Las Vegas to SoCal. Our latest addition is a Black 01 Centennial Scout. Great power - Great handling - Lots of thumbs up !! Godamn shame IMC didn't make it... Thanks, Danny


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congrats danny....think i'll get into the scouts/spirits sooner or later..gotta perfect my chiefs first tho eric


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Thank you for the site, very helpful. I purchased my 2000 yellow and cream Chief in December of 03. It had 10k miles on it when I bought it and I have since put on 25k more. I use it to commute 125 miles round trip every day to work. The only real gripes I have are the rear fender (now cracked on both sides,) the fact that I have had to rebuild the clutch, fried the stator and voltage regulator, upgraded to a dyna I ignition (some bonehead put in a dyna S with a centrifugal advance)and 1 broken upper motor mount (hell of a vibration that took me a week to find.) Other than all of that, I love the ride. It is a very comfortable bike and I am now passed most of the major items (except for that damn fender) and on to the fun upgrades like the fork fix, better rear shocks etc etc... The bike is a major head turner, I get all the complements when I ride with my brothers (hardley owners)and they hate it. Works for me, keep up the site, it is a great resource.


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Finally got around to downloading the files!! Thanks a million. 1BIGDogg


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Where's your newest pic's homer showig off those new tip's...nice looking scoot, you have the color combo I wish I had...! Thumbs up Bro.. Now where's the Vintage pic's, I'll look around to see if there here somewhere.! Be & Ride Safe, Dan (garlicindian)


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you're welcome BigDogg!!! And Garlic, I haven't posted any pics of the Vintage yet...will do soon. The pics of the '02 are the "before" pics..more to come. eric


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homer;i am new to using a computer to reach out to the community at large but, i am no stranger to indian motorcycles, i have been activily repairing and servicing these wonderful bikes to a lot of really great guys; and gals and would like to get the word out that i still perform this work at indian motorcycles of tacoma, i have been running the motorcycle department of austin's pro/max better known as indian of tacoma, i am a four year vet with indian motorcycle and hope to continue to do good work for good people, so for those who know me, i look forward to seeing you soon and for those who don't and want good quality service on your machine, come see me at 5602 S. Tacoma Way, 253-472-1709, ask for harry in motorcycles, thank you.


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11 Feb 2005
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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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Great site! I just found out about it. Thanx! PapaCoyote 2k Chief


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welcome aboard 2kchief and harry!.. eric


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13 Feb 2005
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Homer: You've created a great site. And that bike you've got is a beauty! I'm glad you got the ignition and electrical ordeal overwith--nothing is more frustrating than a problem the "experts" can't figure out. Hope to ride with you someday. From one Indian enthusiast to another, campbell


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I'm interested in hearing riders' experiences with the 1999-2000 Chief and the rear suspension problems. Anyone have rear suspension problems such as broekn mounting bolts? Anyone hear of any accidents because of this? Anyone have any documents or information related to this? Any information would be greatly appreciated, please leave your e-mail address and I'll contact you. Thanks.


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Anyone see Last Resort's '02 Chief in the spring 2005 Robb Report?...Sweet...but my '02 looks better!..jk...(but it does)... eric


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DOM OL MARGE SURE LOOKS SWEET, I WOUDNT GET TO CLOSE TO THAT LEVY, THAT TRAILERS A GOOD LOOKING SETUP!


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Nice site. Saw you on the IIRA forum and had to visit. Doug Stanfield Secretary Mattaponi Tribe 2003 chief Roadmaster Blue


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I bought an 03 Chief Roadmaster direct from the factory in Sep 03. Silver and Pearl White. Love the ride and no real issues but I am curious about the engine vibration and a little clangy noise which sounds like it is coming from front of engine. Is all of this normal? Haven't riden in 30 years and am lovin every minute of it! Danbob, Texas


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thanks for you info in shared files


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Love the site Homer Doc


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Thanks for the shared files. I have a 2001 Chief, and have my share of......... well problems. Currently, the main head light goes out randomly. The left turn works sometimes, and the blue light for high beams is on full time. The wiring diagram will help. Ive replaced the controller, but the problems continue. In the wiring someplace.


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09 May 2005
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Sounds like you have a heating or vibration problem with your wiring...something moves away from good contact with certain heat range or vibration...good luck eric


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got ridda that stupid spam again.. eric



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what, nobody visits anymore?? eric


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Just checking out your site, I have a 2003 Spirit(Special Edition) I love it. I will stop by and visit your site from time to time to check out for new things Gary Dennis


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Howdy Homer! Great site. Very informative. Thanks!!! Ride Safe! Y2K INDN www.grumpyzgarage.com



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thanks guys...hard to stay ahead of the spammers


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Hi, great work and info. Just picked up my 02 chief from Florida and road it straight to the Great White North,(Canada). It was the best way to go, these bikes are not trailer queens. Keep up the great work. Boss


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Hey Rick Lammes, Oshawa Ontario just cruisin by to check out your site!


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I see that you had a few chroming problems . I had 24 pcs chromed and I couldn't believe the problems that the chrome biuld up caused with a poor/no fit at all, plus the chrome in all the threads.I estimate that I spent 100 hrs making the parts fit again and missed a lot of riding time. John in Red Deer


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I need some ignition curve pics so I can st mine up for an '03 PP100 Roadmaster Chief. Can anyone supply this? Ted Driggs tdriggs@okuma.com


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Nice page. Thanks for all the info and I hope to see a complete list of what Joe has done for you along with your feelings of the ride since. Ride safe, brother. Vagabond


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Longhair/Mike just wanted to say hi!!!!!!!



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Anyone there? Last post wuz Sept 19th. I'm one of 4 Indians in Bend and love it. All those Harely dudes just don't get individuality. Have an 02 Spirit w/ customer Illusion Ghost Flame paint job.. Just an awesome bike. Indians forever. Injun Bend Oregon


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welcome...yeah, we're still here eric


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I am slammed by all the info ya'll have. I have been looking for ya'll forever. I would love to ride next to another Indian, my Harly buddies wuould fall out. They love my bike after all the ribbing. But as I tell them "I did not want a barn yard bike" then I run like hell.LOL My doctors said I would never ride again..I have learned never say never,if you do you have let go. From Pale Ghost, a female from far west Fl.


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Longhair74/Mike/Denise.both iron indian members.thankyou for the downloads.have a great day.i'll be back!!!


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Homer, great site! Thanks for creating and sharing it with the rest of the tribe. I read on the site that you took your engine to Joe Malfa in Reno for some work. My PP100 blew a piston as a result of the cylinder running too lean. The other piston is on the rich side. Obviously the rich side is OK. I like what I read on Malfa's site which led me to contact him about my PP100 and I liked what he explained to me that needs to be performed on the engine. I will travel from Tucson to Reno, see the country and have the performance package done by Joe early next year. Has anyone else had any work at this location? if so, what was done and how was your experience? Is it as good as it sounds? Respectfully Rick Cota


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Would just like to tell everyone that if anyone can pull Indian together and keep it together it will be David Wright. I got to spend a day with him and talk Indian, be a sured David and Steve's veiw is very clear on what needs to take palce to keep Indian alive. Ride hard, Lonnie Olson


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thanks guys.. i luv both bikes..joe is a great wrench and a great guy. when things slow down i'll post a review of joe and frank's engines. ride on pale ghost....your harley buds are just jeaous! eric



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Looked at your pics and I think you are the same guy I rode with in Daytona last year from St. Augustine back to Daytona. I was the V-Rod from Lafayete. I emailed a while back not to sure if you got it. Any way email back Tracca2080@cs.com When it warms up we can meet up in False River or St. Francisville for lunch. Tim Racca


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hey tim, yeah, that was me. i've been working like a bitch since before daytona. i'm about to have another shoulder surgery, so i won't be able to ride from mid jan to end of feb prolly...going to daytona tho, well have to hook up eric


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This is a great site. Thanks for your parts information. I am rebuilding my 03 PP100 after it developed a tapping noise that sounded like something in the valve train. It turned out to be the front cylinder wrist pin working its way out of the piston. Fortunately I caught this before it hit the cylinder wall and destroyed the bike and maybe even me... I ordered the new pistons from JP cycles but needed the gaskets. I found your site and discovered State Seal and Gasket and ordered the complete set for the top end. Anyway, thanks for your help and hopefully by Friday I'll have this bitch up and running again. Wayne Childress wayne.childress@cwine.com


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Welcome Wayne--but before i get into that rebuild i would check with one of the consultants linked on this site...Joe Malfa, Frank at Blackhawk and Posie and PM2 Powertrain.. eric


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cool site helpful manuals thanks.-raindance


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hello out there.... just got me an Indian, 2001 scout....live in houston,texas ...give me a shout...lets ride!!!lol ps. need a backrest....any ideas who or where?? james_cleveland77075@yah