1926 right hand drive hogshead

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John E. Guitar
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1926 right hand drive hogshead

Post by John E. Guitar » Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:11 am

I had to pull the hogshead on my tourer to chase a broken o-ring pick.

Here are a few photos if anyone is curious how they compare with the left hand drive hogshead.


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Re: 1926 right hand drive hogshead

Post by Wayne Sheldon » Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:17 am

It is funny to me to look at this, with the brake-lamp switch clip on the long angled pedal instead of the short nearly straight pedal, realizing the length of the pedals switched because the drum positions remained the same.

Thank you John E G for sharing this!

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Re: 1926 right hand drive hogshead

Post by brendan.hoban » Wed Aug 21, 2019 4:52 am

Looks familiar except that I have the Rocky Mountain Brake extension on the brake pedal and mine is a 22 with smaller pedal tops and no top bolt lugs to the block.

I ahve the same brake switch clip. :)

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Re: 1926 right hand drive hogshead

Post by Alan Long » Wed Aug 21, 2019 7:15 am

That’s a normal looking “Pigs Head” to us Aussies!

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