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PONY said:
Totaly cool! I've never seen or knew they had an overhead valve conversion for indians. My first bike was a 1952 Indian Chief. Do you have any more pics of it?
Crocker did overhead conversions I know were 2 are I'll try to take pics. and post them later.
 

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Iv'e seen a couple crockers at shows and they are quite something. Do you mean that they made conversions for Indians? I was 19 when I got the Indian, flipped it once broadside in the dirt and a week later the left tank split a seam while I was tooling down a dirt back road, and we caught on fire, I bailed, put myself out, the bike out, and gave it away!
 

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Iv'e seen a couple crockers at shows and they are quite something. Do you mean that they made conversions for Indians? I was 19 when I got the Indian, flipped it once broadside in the dirt and a week later the left tank split a seam while I was tooling down a dirt back road, and we caught on fire, I bailed, put myself out, the bike out, and gave it away!
Sorry took so long but ya conversions for Indians.
 

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Wow! Not for the faint at heart. Catch 22, If you don't oil it, it dies. If you do oil it, it atracts dirt and dies. Is that a new conversion or vintage stuff?? Either way it looks wild..
 
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