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SE Transmission info needed

Started by fbn ent, March 28, 2024, 11:20:10 AM

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fbn ent

March 28, 2024, 11:20:10 AM Last Edit: March 28, 2024, 11:53:14 AM by fbn ent
I have a 33136-04 SE 6 speed overdrive I want to re-bearing....a question:

The mainshaft has a different part number (35058-03) as well as a different 5th gear (35237-03) but uses the same primary bearing race as the 5 speed (34091-85). The number for the 5th gear bearings is not on the parts list. I am assuming 35051-81.
 
The countershaft has a different number also (35059-03) and the primary side bearing in the case is not listed. Again, I assume 8977.

I feel I should be safe getting the stock parts for this as the gears, shafts, shifter fork stuff and gaskets carry a different number as far as I see.

Any input?
'02 FLTRI - 103" / '84 FLH - 88"<br />Hinton, Alberta

xlfan

I think you can find necessary info on -J03322 in the HD instruction sheet section. I do believe all bearings are stock 5-speed numbers.

FSG


fbn ent

Thanks guys but I have the paperwork for that. Like I said, those parts aren't listed or pictured.  :nix: #23 has bearings in it which are in the 5 speed parts books. No mention of the countershaft bearing at all. I'm hoping someone has a line to the MoCo to find out. My counterfolk are pretty green.
'02 FLTRI - 103" / '84 FLH - 88"<br />Hinton, Alberta

Ohio HD

Have you looked at the Jim's USA 1060 kit? It's for SE six speeds for 1990 to 2006 bikes.

https://www.jimsusa.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/1060-IS.pdf

Deye76

Good call Brian.
To the OP Jims made those 6 spds for SE. In addition they were made to Bakers O.D. design in an agreement between the 2.
East Tenn.<br /> 2020 Lowrider S Touring, 2014 CVO RK,  1992 FXRP

fbn ent

Yes, thanks Brian! Hit the nail on the head. That is why I asked here.... :hug:
'02 FLTRI - 103" / '84 FLH - 88"<br />Hinton, Alberta

FSG

you going to put a Squirrel Cage in there ?

Ohio HD

Quote from: fbn ent on March 28, 2024, 04:28:18 PMYes, thanks Brian! Hit the nail on the head. That is why I asked here.... :hug:

I said kit number 1060 as I assume you're working on an FLH bike. Other models have a different kit number.   

fbn ent

'02 FLTRI - 103" / '84 FLH - 88"<br />Hinton, Alberta

Ohio HD


Sinker

I just did the Jim's 6 speed in my 2000 Road King. Make sure you buy the recalibration module so you can get your speedometer to read correctly.

fbn ent

Mine was fine with the T-Max. At least it doesn't read slow :-).
'02 FLTRI - 103" / '84 FLH - 88"<br />Hinton, Alberta