trans or clutch

Transmission, clutch, chains and belts
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Re: trans or clutch

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Post by 61FLHPan » Sat Aug 06, 2011 9:27 am

what is the right way to line up the transmion an engine i took the bike out after ajusting the primary chain it shift better i going to try the clutch tamer i will let you no how i makke out thank you



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Re: trans or clutch

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Post by rozemab » Sat Aug 06, 2011 6:22 pm

After 10+ clutch adjustments, 15+ mouse trap adjustments, praying, swearing, and depression, I gave up on the 3 stub design and dropped in a Primo Rivera diaphragm clutch for my '58 panhead. It is the smartest upgrade I have made on the old lady.

Easy clutch pull, absolutely no gear crashing, and I can find neutral with the bike running (or not). It really is a different beast and an absolute pleasure to ride.

Primo clutch $400
Installation tool $17

Biggest darn smile on my face while riding *priceless*

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Re: trans or clutch

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Post by PanJud » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:21 pm

One of the first things I did in '95 when I got mine was get a 5-finger hub...LOTS easier to keep it smooth


(big deal with a foot clutch)

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