Motorcycle spares parts by the way of Indian

Posted April 7, 2017 by gelomanindian

Geloman Indian has been engaged in the manufacturing of reproduction and replacement parts for powerplus and Harley Davidson pocket valve motorcycles for 17 years

We combine seamlessly for the excellent fir and style. We have all the Indian Motorcycle spares parts.
Indian Scout is a motorcycle, which is second line of Scouts, with lighter frames and reduced engine displacement, was introduced in 1932 alongside the standard Scout, which replaced the 101 Scout and shares its frame with the chief and the four.

Indian 741 is the famous Indian make was designed in 1939 to be used in the US army and the armies of its allies. The configuration is much like that of its bigger brother Military Scout. The production ran for about 6 years till 1944. In that period no significant changes were made in the 741’s specification; about 35,000 machines were made. Engine performance is about 15 HP at 4,800 rpm. Ignition is by battery and coil weight is 450 lb, top speed 65 mph. Transmission 3 speed hand shift, tyres 3.50 x 18.

Indian 341 is the famous Indian make was designed in 1940 is best known as the Indian that went to battle, the bigger 500 cc chief also donned olive drab and served in the second world war, officially catalogued as the Model 431. Approroximately 5,000 of the 341 was produced through 1945. Main reason for those low production number is simply that the larger, heavier chief was less wieldy off-road than the more nimble 500s and 750s. Galoman Indian imparting the spare parts of real Indian Motorcycle spares. If you want to hold your journeying motorcycle jogging like new. We at Geloman design all Indian Motorcycle spares parts by the way of Indian to make it look, sound, and the journey just the manner you want.
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Last Updated April 7, 2017