Indian ~ Junior Cross 4-Speed ~ Parts List ~ 1972

This is a quality reprint of the of the Parts List for the Indian Motorcycle's 50CC Junior Cross.  This was the result of one of several attempts to resurrect one of the great names in motorcycling.  These bikes were a product of the 1970's. 

From the Manual:

1-1.    SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL

 1-1.1 This illustrated parts book (IPB) applies to the following 50 cc Indian Motorcycle, manufactured by the Indian Motorcycle Company located in Gardena, California:

 Year        Model Description       Model No.

 1972       Junior Cross 4-Speed        JC-54

 1-1.2 The illustrated parts book is the master parts catalog for parts contained within the preceding motorcycle and should be used by Indian Dealers and Distributors for requisitioning (ordering), storing, issuing and identifying parts for the applicable motorcycle. The IPB is divided into two sections: I ntroduction, and Assem bly Parts Breakdowns.

 1-2.    ASSEMBLY PARTS BREAKDOWN DESC R I PTI ON — The assembly parts breakdown tables consist of a listing of the complete motorcycle unit into assemblies, subassemblies, major parts, and detailed parts. Each assembly is listed in its logical order of disassembly and is followed immediately by its component parts. Items that are made from raw stock such as lengths of wire, insulating material, grease, sealants and paint are not included in the parts breakdown.

 1-2.2 FIGURE AND INDEX NUMBER COLUMN—in this column, the digits preceding the hyphen refer to the figure in the parts breakdown on which a part or assembly is illustrated, the digits following the hyphen are the index numbers of the parts. Parts shown for reference purposes only are not assigned index numbers. The index numbers are numerically arranged in the listing and are used mainly to assist in locating a part in the list.

 1-2.3 UNIT PER ASSEMBLY COLUMN—This column lists the quantity of assemblies, subassemblies or parts required of a given part for its immediately preceding assembly. The quantities specified, therefore are not necessarily the total used per motorcycle. The letters "AR" denote that the selection of parts should be made "As required".

 1-2.4 PART NUMBER COLUMN—in this column the computer code and part numbers of assemblies, subassemblies, and component parts are listed. If a part is purchased from a vendor other than Indian, the vendors part number is listed. Part numbers are used exclusively to identify parts. Computer code numbers are used for inventory and procurement control.

 1-2.5 DESCRIPTION COLUMN— in this column the description for each assembly, subassembly, or part is listed. This description should be used with the computer code/part number when ordering parts. Components of the assembly are properly indented to show their relationship to the assembly.

 1-2.6 USABLE ON CODE COLUMN — This column shows the usability of parts on different models of the motorcycle. If no letter appears in this column the part may be used on all models. The codes used in this handbook are as follows:

 A—Junior Cross 4-Speed Stock Version B—Junior Cross 4-Speed Racing Version


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