Split Harley Shovelhead Engine Rocker Boxes

Lots of original Harley Shovelhead engines (manufactured from 1966 to 1984) and 3rd party Shovelhead type engines in a variety of bores are running today’s bikes. A favorite way to customize them has always been to split the rocker boxes. A new choice comes from Bare Knuckle Choppers who designed them not only to look good but also to reinforce strength by adding two ribs on the bottom side. The removable cover plate allows you to inspect and adjust your rocker arms without removing the entire head. The assembly is intended for use with either S&S or JIMS Evo-style tappets, which provide oil through the pushrods instead of an external oil line. Show Polished. Manufactured By Niedwick Machine and distributed by Bare Knuckle Choppers.

6 Responses to “Split Harley Shovelhead Engine Rocker Boxes”

  1. 1 Roadside Marty Mar 18th, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    An incredible part made by two American companies!!!! When I can I order a set??? Great job to both Russ and Paul and each of their dedicated staff..I have the honor of knowing both of these guys and the amount of pride that each one puts into the work they do should be a standard for alot of others out there and I don’t just mean motorcycle related..Roadside Marty

  2. 2 Wiz Mar 19th, 2011 at 2:27 am

    I guess you couldn’t call them ShovelHeads any more, more like ScoopHeads, YUK-YUK!! Wiz

  3. 3 ROGUE Mar 19th, 2011 at 7:04 am

    I have had shovelheads and even some that had split rocker boxes.
    There was a lot of work in modifying them and did not include the cover option.
    I am happy to see that there are people that are continuing to come up with new and improved products.
    CONGRATULATIONS and Please Keep Up The Good Work.
    There are a lot of people that appreciate what you are doing.

  4. 4 ger Mar 20th, 2011 at 7:07 am

    i like them..good job on making them lads..

  5. 5 Big Paul Mar 21st, 2011 at 7:54 am

    Rogue and Marty, man, thanks guys! Compliments from you two are very appreciated. You have no idea how much it means to all of us to hear that. Thanks, so much.


  6. 6 George Chaos Cycle Mar 21st, 2011 at 11:42 am

    seen these in person, and man are they beautiful. Paul has out done himself on these

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