Harley-Davidson Flathead UL Renovation

The Harley-Davidson Flathead UL is a motorcycle model that was produced by Harley-Davidson from 1937 to 1948. It was a part of the Harley-Davidson Big Twin series and was powered by a 74 cubic inch (1,212 cc) side-valve V-twin engine.

The Flathead UL was known for its reliability and durability, and it became popular with riders who used it for long distance touring.

The Flathead UL featured a classic Harley-Davidson look, with a large fuel tank, swept-back handlebars, and a sprung solo seat. It had a top speed of around 85 miles per hour and could go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in around 10 seconds.

Renovating a Harley-Davidson Flathead UL can be a rewarding project for those who are interested in vintage motorcycles. It also can be a challenging project, but with the right tools and expertise, it can be a rewarding experience.

In this video, you can see that the original production line didn't have the same level of precision and accuracy that these guys have. Because of the way this engine is built, it will perform better and more reliably than a modern Harley engine. These incredible machines and these smart guys make our life on these bikes a real joy.

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