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Updated June 4, 2014
Thanks for stopping by to view our custom made Indian Motorcycle parts. Please be sure to read the descriptions of parts to ensure you are ordering the right parts for your year of bike. If you have any questions be sure to contact us.  Shipping charges are shown below for each part, but if you are buying more than one, shipping will be combined to save you money. 
We are proud to now be offering some of these parts in a high quality show chrome from one of the countries best show chrome platters out of Salt Lake City. Please be aware that these pieces are available at an additional cost listed below. If you have any questions, please contact me at indianmotorcycleparts@gmail.com and I will get back to you as quickly as I can. If you wish to purchase any of the parts listed here on this page you may do so through PayPal using the same email address above. Also, we will ship internationally, but you will need to contact me to get a quote on shipping. If the quote is acceptable you can send payment through PayPal for the total amount. Please understand that if you request my sending you a Paypal money request that there will be an additional 3.5% added to the charge due to Paypal charging this amount to send you an invoice.  I can accept checks but be aware that it will generally take 10 days once I have deposited the money before I get confirmation from my bank that the funds have been put into my account.
Again, thanks for stopping by, I hope I can be of service to you.
Ride Free!


Gas Cap Covers

These covers were designed to fit on top of the original gas caps installed on the early model Indians, 1999 to 2000. Some of the later 2001 models had these caps, but then they shifted over to a very thin gas cap thus making it impossible for these caps to be installed. The new 2014 Chiefs have the same cap as the original Chiefs so these will work with the 2014 models.  I am working on getting info on the preceding models to see what caps were used on those models. If you measure the inside of the cap on the bottom edge to the double stick tape it is about 9/16".  Inside the center as best I can measure is about 3/4" deep to the double stick tape.  The cap opening is 2 7/8".  These are set up to allow enough clearance between the bottom of the cap and the tank so that the edge of the cap will not rub on your gas tank. These chrome caps are limited and have been taken down from the original chrome plating job and were sent into a custom show chrome shop to be completely redone. The caps are an excellent addition to your ride.
$175.00 in chrome
$225.00 in show chrome.  These caps have been put through extensive cleanup and added detailing to the final product.
Shipping runs $15.00 USPS Priority Mail 2-3 Day Insured

Sorry....Currently OUT OF STOCK!

PLEASE see Instructions on side of page for installation help!

Indian Chief Coil Cover

This coil cover is made out of a polished aluminum and only fits the 1999 & 2000 model chief motorcycles. If you own a 2001 chief that has the original style transmission, this should fit on your bike, but examine the picture here and compare your bike to this one to make sure. If you have the newer model transmission this cover will not work! We only have a very few of these left, less than a dozen, so when they are gone, they are gone. Please be aware that because these are made from a polished aluminum, they do show buffing marks and are not high polish like a chrome part. They look great, but require more up keep than chrome.
$15.00 Shipping USPS Priority Mail 2-3 Day Insured

Tank Emblems

These tank emblems were designed to replace the chrome Indian script logo that was taped to the sides of the gas tanks on the early model Indian Motorcycles that were produced. Later the chrome script was replaced with a painted logo that was under the clear coat. This made it difficult to put these tank emblems over the painted logo as the logo seemed to never be in exactly the same place. However, with a little patience and some slight adjustments we were able to cover the painted logo on all the bikes we were asked to help install the emblems on. The new 2009 Chief Vintage model has the original chrome Indian script on the tanks, thus making these an available option for these new 2009 Chief models. These are in plentiful supply in either chrome or gold plate. They have a double stick tape on the back that when attaching them in warm conditions using constant pressure for a few seconds will keep them in place on your bike. The emblems on my bike were originally installed in mid 2000 and were replaced a year later with a custom painted version that we offered as a limited edition and are still on the bike to this day. Detailed instructions to help you install the emblems will be included.
$175.00 Per Pair Chrome or Gold
$15.00 Shipping USPS Priority Mail 2-3 Day Insured

Indian Chief Arrow Shifter

These shift rods were designed to fit the 1999 & 2000 Indian Chief Motorcycles. They are 11 1/2" in length and are just a little short for the 2002 & 2003 Chiefs. This can be overcome by adjusting the shift lever arm forward to accommodate the length on some bikes or purchasing extended rod ends, or rod extensions for you bike that will add just enough for you to have a correct fit. These can be obtained from a motorcycle parts dealer, or online. I have posted a link in the right had column of this blog of a company who sells these types of items. Just click on the picture of the shift rods and it will take you there. The tread pattern on all our shift rods is 5/16". A good source has given me the measurement of the new shift rod on the 2009 Indian Chiefs and it looks like they are 13 1/2" long which means that either adjustment of shift lever arm or purchasing a 2" extension will do the trick. 
$195.00 in Chrome 
$225.00 High quality show chrome.   The shift rods have been put through extensive cleanup and added detailing. 
$15.00 Shipping USPS Priority Mail 2-3 Day Insured


Indian Scout Arrow Shifter

The Indian Scout shifter was made for the 2001 model bike and was 16" in length. Unfortunately, in 2002, Indian changed the length of the shifter to just over 14" thus making this shift rod too long. If you have a 2002 or 2003 Indian Scout, and you want to add a shifter to your bike, you will have to purchase a Chief Arrow Shifter and a shift rod end extension that is long enough to accommodate your application using the chief model shift rod. These extensions are available from motorcycle parts shops and also by looking on the internet as well. Here is a link for you to purchase 2" & 3" rod extensions:https://www.phatperformanceparts.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=1601%2D0004
With these extenders, you can make our 11 1/2" chief shifter rod work on many other motorcycle applications.  Be aware that Indian made some various changes depending on how they built the bikes and that the length may not always be what it is supposed to be, so I suggest you always measure the length of your existing shift rod to help me provide you with the right shift rod purchase.
$195.00 chrome
$225.00 high end show chrome fresh from the chrome shop
$15.00 Shipping USPS Priority Mail 2-3 Day Insured

Here's a little something different....I took a gold plated arrow shift rod and did some buffing work to it....I added it to my Harley that is white metallic that I have put chrome and gold combo parts on.  It added some personality to the shift rod...if it was furniture I think it would be classified as Shabby Chic!

Point Covers

This point cover features a full headdress and is available in either chrome or gold. The gold cover will be accompanied by two gold plated screws to compliment the appearance.
$45.00 Chrome
$45.00 Gold
$85.00 High end show chrome fresh from the chrome shop.
We also have a limited amount of buffalo head point covers available.  These are only in chrome.  Please contact me to confirm we have this item to ship.
$45.00 Chrome
$85.00 High end show chrome     $10.00 Shipping USPS Priority Mail 2-3 Day Insured


Horn Dawg Leather Company

If your looking for some leather work to add to your ride, Horn Dawg Leather Company is the answer to where you should go. The owner of this company is a very good and trusted friend and will not only give you a top quality product, but will treat you right. You tell Joe that Mr.G sent ya when you contact him!! Click on this link: http://www.horndawgleather.com

Salt Lake Chrome

Family owned and operated, providing top quality service since 1967
I have known these folks personally since 1964 and grew up with the
guy now in charge. If you are looking to have any chrome work done
there is no place better than Salt Lake Chrome!


Customer in Washington who just ordered Tank Emblems, Gas Cap Covers, Point Cover and Coil Cover:

"Hi Mr. G, We got the parts last week; they look amazing!"

We will be waiting for photos on this one!

From a rider over in Arizona...I personally really like the colors on this machine...haven't seen this configuration before!  Ride Safe!!


Customer out of Australia who purchased Gas Cap Covers and did some modification:

"I found that because the whole surface is so highly chromed ( as advertised), the detail of the Indian Head motif was a bit hard to make out, so with this in mind I painted the whole surface with black paint, waited a short while and wiped it off again with a rag.  This  resulted in the indentations of the motif being highlighted, allowing the Indian head design to become easily view-able. ... 
I love it, others may not......."


Customer out of Florida who Purchased Tank Emblems:

"Thought you might like to see your tank emblems on my newly restored, (just waiting for 48’ chief seat in golden tan leather on 5’’ springs, and custom crafted jockey shift with 48’ knob) 99 chief.  I call her black beauty..."

Customer out of Germany who ordered Arrow Shifter:

"Aloha! Yesterday I got my arrow shifter. Shifter looks great...and here is the result!!!! Thanx for all"

Customer who purchased Tank Emblems out of Minnesota:

 "I ride a 2012 Indian Chief Vintage. I got the gas thank Indian head emblems from you sometime last year and really REALLY love it, I get complements everywhere I go… just thought I'd let you know and share a couple of pictures with you. Thank you very much!"


Here are a couple of photos for those of you who are Drifter fans.  This particular bike comes to you from Australia....a really nice restoration project that comes complete with our tank 
emblems. Well done William...

Customer who ordered Arrow Shifter and Point Cover:

"Thanks, they both look great! Here are some pics for you. Thanks again!"

I Recently sold a coil cover to a young man in San Jose.  Here is a couple of photos of the bike. The bike belonged to his father who ust recently passed away.  The painted tank emblems are from the limited edition we did back in 2002, same as the ones I have on my Chief.  I have so enjoyed getting to know this young man, I can tell he has a lot of respect for his father and for his Indian Chief that he rides with pride now that it has been passed down to him.  Ride free my friend, stay focused....always make your father proud!
Mr.G - Custom Indian Motorcycle Parts


Got another customer over in Indiana who has purchased parts for his Chief and did some antiquing to them using a black paint rub. This process makes the detail really stand out on the parts!  He has sent me some photos to put here on the blog for us to see and since he has put all of our parts on his bike, you will get a chance to see what every part looks like using this process!!  I really like how they turned out!  Thanks Kenton!!!

Had to put this one on the blog....this is one class act custom Chief....and I do recognize those tank emblems!!
I will say that Michael Valeri has a real talent for photography!!
This is a very special photo of "The Begay Boys" which is a limited edition Print that was taken by Kimber Acosta many years ago.  Seems to me that this bike belonged to Branscombe back in the day.  Notice the gold tank emblems.


Here are some photos from a variety of riders who have chosen to install Custom Indian Motorcycle Parts on their machines.......