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this table will help you. I used to own one.. beautiful bikes easy to work on too!
Valve clearance: Inlet 0.13 0.19 mm
Exhaust 0.18 0.24 mm
Valve head thickness: Inlet 0.5mm 0.25 mm
Exhaust 0.8mm 0.5mm
Valve stem bend 0.05 mm TIR
Valve stem diameter: Inlet 4.975 4.990 mm 4.96 mm
Exhaust 4.955 4.970 mm 4.94 mm
Valve guide inside diameter 5.000 5.01 2 mm 5.08 mm
Valve/valve guide clearance
(wobble method): Inlet 0.02 0.07 mm 0.18 mm
Exhaust 0.06 0.11 mm 0.21 mm
Valve seating surface:
Outside diameter: Inlet 30.8 31.0 mm
Exhaust 26.3 26.5 mm
Width 0.5 1.0 mm
Valve spring free length: Inner 35.5 mm 33.6 mm
Outer 40.5 mm 38.6 mm
Valve seat cutting angle 32 degrees, 45 degrees, 60 degrees
The steering stem bearings and mounts should be okay as is. Before you buy, be sure the new forks are the same diameter as the old forks. Also check the overall length of the forks. The length should be the same on both sets of forks.
Harley usually uses a 12.5" shock but that could change from model to model and they don't list "shock length" in their specs. The best thing you could do it go to a dealer or find someone that has a stock bike and measure the front end height and rear shock length. Sorry but that's all I got.
Measure the diameter of the forks and the position of the yokes(clamps that hold the forks)Also fork length.If they are are the same,bolt them on.Best if you have the entire front end with wheels brakes etc as its less work to do.Different part no's is the springs and valves in the forks that are very slightly different.Hope this helps