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Case L manifold gasket/ repro fenders

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Dug G.

06-23-2011 17:07:20

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Hi all, I'm back to work on the LI and will need a correct set of fenders. Robert Lefever used to sell/make them is he in business or anyone else still making fenders?

I'm also in search of a manifold gasket for the same. If anyone can point me into the right direction, I'd appreciate it.

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Tommy Railsback

06-23-2011 19:46:16

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 Re: Case L manifold gasket/ repro fenders in reply to Dug G., 06-23-2011 17:07:20  
The gaskets should still be available from CNH. It takes 2 of O1437AB and 4 of O1438AB. (These numbers have probably been changed. Remember that the first letter is an "O" not a zero.)

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george md

06-23-2011 19:33:51

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 Re: Case L manifold gasket/ repro fenders in reply to Dug G., 06-23-2011 17:07:20  

Robert is still there making fenders , I

was over to his place memorial day, had a

fair crowd .


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