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    I had a rotary top trans once on a Shovelhead....

    I had a rotary top trans once on a Shovelhead. When I installed a replacement aftermarket inner primary, there was a casting boss that was interfering with the shift linkage.
    Use a mirror or take it...
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    Hard to pull clutch lever

    My handlebar clutch lever is extremely hard to disengage the clutches.

    I have a basket case '95 Softail with a custom drivetrain, been getting it together for about 4 years now, project bike....
  3. I was once perplexed trying to correct a...

    I was once perplexed trying to correct a speedometer that was off about 22 mph reading higher than actual ground speed I was traveling.
    It was an 883 Sportster converted to a trike with a DNA axle...
  4. What I found: ...

    What I found:
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    I would try the #13 centralizer springs. First...

    I would try the #13 centralizer springs.
    First disconnect the shift linkage from the shift arm and see how it feels shifting by hand, not running of course, to see if it feels weighted in one...
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    Where there's a will, there's a way. Good deal!

    Where there's a will, there's a way.
    Good deal!
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    Has anyone dealt with Dragonman out of Colorado?...

    Has anyone dealt with Dragonman out of Colorado?
    I understand he does head work on shovelheads, even welds up and re-machines them as needed.
    Just a thought.
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    Thanks for the info TriNortchopz and others....

    Thanks for the info TriNortchopz and others.
    Mine is a 2017 Ultra Classic.

    This is a winter project and thought about this as I came upon it. There are a few other mods I am working in this down...
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    Anti-Lock Braking Query

    Maybe this isn't the right forum, but I am Frankenstein Trike kit modifying a late model dresser that has ABS.

    The rear ABS sensor to the rear tire will not fit anywhere properly like in OEM...
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    LOL, not calling you a pussy, I always been told:...

    LOL, not calling you a pussy, I always been told: Work smarter, not harder!
    I have not used one of this type, I improvised a way with soft straps, but my little shop has a bridge trolley for my...
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    7/16"-14 tap drill is .366" 3/8" is already...

    7/16"-14 tap drill is .366"
    3/8" is already .375" on major diameter.

    3/8"-16 tap drill is .312"
    5/16" is .312"

    I would only chance the 3/8" up grade.

    So, my answer is don't do it.
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    VG thread! The HD commercial very cool too. ...

    VG thread!

    The HD commercial very cool too.

    and the sound....
    like we used to say back in the day: POTATO-POTATO-POTATO
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    I had a basket case Shovelhead "mutt" if you...

    I had a basket case Shovelhead "mutt" if you will.
    In the mess was a rotary top tranny. While I am not the expert, this was my experience:
    I needed a new inner primary for some odd reason, I think...
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    Sleazy-Rider

    Sleazy-Rider
  15. Without the support bracket, vibration over time...

    Without the support bracket, vibration over time will work harden the exhaust pipe and cracks will develop.

    This will happen in the area it's attached at near the head.
  16. I'm not exactly sure what will need to be done...

    I'm not exactly sure what will need to be done with your parts and set up. But I put a round swingarm on a 1973 FX using a 1981 FLT rear disc brake caliper.

    The round swingarm has the big flanged...
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    In Spite of you... [Observation] something...

    In Spite of you...

    [Observation] something that causes vexation; annoyance.
    In spite of, in disregard or defiance of; notwithstanding; despite: He assembled, & timed the engine despite its...
  18. Thread: Thank you!

    by 10scDust
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    Sticky: One of the better reasons I've found on 33.

    One of the better reasons I've found on 33.
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    I have a 1973 FX I bobbed down with a round swing...

    I have a 1973 FX I bobbed down with a round swing arm, old 2 piece K model bars, foot clutch, 2" under springer, etc.
    I wanted to keep as much old school parts and effect as I could, it has a remote...
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    So, it will run okay until the new battery loses...

    So, it will run okay until the new battery loses its charge?
    Have you tested the stator and regulator for proper functionality?
    If it ain't charging enough to keep it running, you shouldn't have to...
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    I have. I installed a Dyna S on an Evo I...

    I have.
    I installed a Dyna S on an Evo I overhauled. Got it timed, (with oil in my face, thanks frisco1rigid for the good tip), ran it many a 15 minute period, took it to the road for 50 miles, got...
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    105407
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    TIP: After the bead is broke loose, remove the...

    TIP:
    After the bead is broke loose, remove the tire starting at the valve stem, one bead at a time.
    The bead needs to drop into the rim's recess, it can cut, or ruin a valve stem by not starting at...
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    I did the same as Confab. Bought Weaver tire...

    I did the same as Confab.
    Bought Weaver tire machine and balancer machine.
    Also purchased the adapters for motorcycle tires.
    I've changing tires by hand since a teen, started on split rims with a...
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    When it comes to washing the bike, I have found...

    When it comes to washing the bike, I have found that baking soda works great at removing bugs and their guts.
    First water rinse bike.
    With a soft cotton towel, thoroughly wetted, pour on the...
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