I have been lucky to discover two sources of New Old Stock Indy chassis parts but the stock is dwindling. For the most part this stuff fits Wedge Indys from 1983 to 1997 (with extruded front bumpers).
NOS Indy Pan $219 (plus carton cost)*
The pans in stock are the ones for liquid cooled models but I can get fan cooled pans too. The only difference is the vent on the right side. This is the bare-bones pan with holes pre-drilled. If you are building a nice stock sled or are building my RXL conversion kit, you may want to start with a clean new pan instead pouring through the ‘best of used ones’ from the used parts dealers. Pans are black. [Carton 48 x 36 x12] [Estimated weight 12 lbs]. (Shipping costs below)
New Indy Bulkhead $195 (plus carton cost)*
Here are fresh new bulkheads for damaged sleds and race sleds that take a beating. They come in black. If you want raw aluminum, it’s Zip Strip and a pressure washer. I can supply you with 1980-92 earlier generation Indys or 1995/96 XCRS depending on what’s in stock or available. [Carton 34x 24 x 15] [Estimated weight 15 lbs]. (Shipping costs below)
1995/96 XCRs with lower mounts and longer suspension travel
1980-1992 earlier generation Indys with the early mounting plates
New Indy Tunnels
The only tunnels I can get are painted black. Natural aluminum are all gone. If you want natural, you’ll have to do the paint removal trick. I’m having to pay more for reduced supply so my prices are slightly higher.
1982-92 Tapered tunnel with heat exchangers $245 (plus carton cost)*
500LC 1011789, 1011746, 1011808
ASM Tunnel, X-10, SP, R0Z-N, Black $245 (plus carton cost)*
I’m a bit fuzzy on the fitment years for this one. You know more than me.
Rare 1989 Special edition gold tunnel $245 (plus carton cost)*
These are totally rare and would make a spectacular custom sled if you used gold as a trim color--especially by anodizing my aluminum skis to match. This is a bare tunnel with drilled holes. I have an end piece for the one in stock. It would need anodizing to match.
* No carton needed if you pick up
Shipping of big stuff is relatively the same. If you live in outstate MN, SD, ND, WI, northern IL and very western Michigan, I can ship Speedee for around 90 bucks. For other parts of the snowbelt I ship Greyhound Package Express for about $110. For you Canadians, I generally ship to Greyhound Package Express stations in larger towns on the border and you can drive down and pick up.