Harley-Davidson Pan Neck & Knuckle Neck

Just out of John Grant’s foundry and ready for machining. several cast necks in different flavors.

Top left is replica stock Harley Panhead neck. Top right is Panhead neck with lock removed to look like late Knucklehead necks. Bottom left is steel neck raked to 56 degrees (custom order) and a replica Panhead neck in stainless steel.

Axle Plates and Wishbone Sidecar Loops also available. Ready to Weld. Designed for 1948-1968 Rigid Frames. All you need to do (huh) is cut, bend and weld your tubes. Made in America. Hardtail Choppers.

2 Responses to “Harley-Davidson Pan Neck & Knuckle Neck”

  1. 1 steve Oct 26th, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    hi, i just called. i have a panhead w/at-least the 56degree neck, GOT-TO-GO! looks like the price is close to 500-big ones? is the process to …butcher-out the old neck, get some tubing and ‘stuff’ the tubes into your new neck, weld and then weld back into frame? any used stock or little rake? ‘thanks’: steve 650/747-0266

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