Harley Davidson art can be found almost anywhere, it takes on many formats. As you can see, Scott Jacobs is one of the most well-known. You’ll find a lot of these prints in the dealerships. Up above here, we have one by David Mann, who is now deceased, and his paintings are other ones throughout the dealership. Then you have Harley Davidson art that is put on postcards, it’s put on ceramics, it’s put on pins, it’s all over, it just depends what you’re looking for. The bar and shield logo is the authenticity to original Harley Davidson product. There’s a mystique to that bar and shield, it’s a trademark. No one knows how it has originated, but if you do not see that logo on an official piece of art, it is not a true piece of Harley Davidson art.
It will also say, “Licensed Product.” So that is a way to make sure that you are getting an original piece. You can also go on the internet. There are various artists out there with all kinds of pictures of motorcycles, pictures of animals, pictures of famous people, old pictures of the way, way back when Harley did their 101st anniversary, they did every motorcycle from the beginning to the end, and they put it in like a poster format. They were only passed out at the 100th anniversary, so that’s considered an art collectible. If you go on ebay, you can find these articles at various prices, but you can come in the aftermarket shops. We carry, they’re not a licensed product, but they are a Harley Davidson form of art. You can also go in the dealership and there you will see the bar and shield logo on most of their products that are in an art form.
Motorcycle Gasket Sealer – Which One Do I Use?
This is a permatex form a gasket type stuff, and what it is is basically silicone and the problem with this, is the privise owner, of this engine, took it apart and when they put it back together. They mated the case halves with this silicone gasket maker and the problem is simply that this is just to soft and what we found is as it was applied on the different surfaces, when you push the cases together, with just normal torque. It would distort, and I found a lot of this laying on the inside, and a lot on the outside obviously the engine had leaks and so forth. This is just not the right stuff. It’s just to soft. Here is piece of what I’m going to call Threebond 1104, 1184 This is actually the correct gasket maker.
This comes in Yamabond, comes in Hondabond it comes in all forms. This is primarily for natural finished cases What we’ll be using is something that I get from Suzuki It’s the same material except that it’s in black and this is a product that is actually made in Japan. It’s made for case assembly, it will also have this more firm consistency it’s an adhesive it’ll stick to both sides. But it also has a solid to it. It remains flexible so we wont have any leaks, but also we wont be deforming it. Pushing it outside the cases, it will be there. So, it’s very important to use the right product Use the product that is made for the task.