Harley J JD 74" Manifold Inlet Intake Nipples Nickel 1923-29 OEM# 1112-23 USA
- Product Code: 353153315757
- Availability: In Stock
You are purchasing one set of new USA-Made reproduction intake, inlet, or manifold nipples for 1923-1929 J model Harleys, replaces OEM# 1112-23. This is nickel plated as original and matches the originals exactly. We do sell the nuts, seals and a full kit for all JD models from 1915 to '29 models on other listings as well as a growing collection of JD-specific parts like fenders, tanks, electrical and lighting, fuel and oil lines, and many hardware pieces.
These are a beautiful reproduction which are a match for the originals.
We probably have one of the largest on-line hardware selections anywhere today for vintage Harleys with authentic machine cut bolts, Filister and round head screws, special H-D fasteners like axle adjusters and filler plugs. We also stock nearly every fuel and oil line available for 1915-1964 Harleys, wire harnesses, lighting for JD, VL, Knucklehead, and Panhead, saddles, saddlebags, engine and transmission parts. If you don't see what you need here or cimarroncycleworks, just email and ask.
Located at and ships from Cimarron Cycle Works in beautiful Cimarron, New Mexico, USA!
- Fits the following:
- 1923 to 1924 DCA & DCB
- 1925-1929 74" JD
- 1928-1929 61" L model motors.
PLEASE NOTE: When it's practical, I will gladly combine all your purchases into one shipment for a discounted rate.
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