Harley Knucklehead Ride Control Friction Discs 1933-1945 UL WL WLA Four Pack

  • Product Code: 291827347017
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • $49.95

Four each nice USA-Made reproduction of the ride control friction discs used on 1933 to 1945 Harley-Davidson ride controls.  This is manufactured just like the originals in every detail.  Freshen up your ride control with new discs.  The friction material is same as the original and the metal cups are cad plated steel just like the originals.  These will fit OEM and reproduction ride controls.  

One ride control requires four each of the friction discs and cups.  You are buying four in this listing, enough to rebuild one ride control.  We also have a listing for two each in our store if you do not need four of them.

You could still order ride controls up to 1947 according to the catalog I have, but it was more common to see the hydraulic front shock from 1946 onward.

Replaces OEM# 13440-33.

Used on the following models:
  • 1936-1945 EL FL Knucklehead
  • 1937-1945 UL, ULH 74 & 80” Flathead
  • 1933 to 1945 W, WL, WLD, WLDR, WR 45” Solo  (I believe they may have been used later on WR models)
  • 1933 to 1945 G, GE Servicar
  • 1933 to 1936 V, VL, VLD 74” & 80” flathead
  • 1933 to 1936 R, RL, RLD 45” solo
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