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Shovel Head / Re: opened/removed the primary drive, been a minute.
« Last post by billbuilds on Today at 02:38:13 AM »
have a look for a MRC/SKF R16ZZ ...... 

they're cheap here, I can send you one if needed   :SM:

     That's a sealed bearing and what I have used in a belt primary setup, plus they're USA made. The last ime I bought a primary cover gasket for a shovel I payed the long dollar for one of the newer style steel core gaskets. They seem to seal better than the James and they're reusuable.
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Shovel Head / Re: opened/removed the primary drive, been a minute.
« Last post by 76shuvlinoff on Today at 02:30:58 AM »
Thanks Gary!
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EVO 1340 / Re: 5th gear bearing depth ?
« Last post by 1340evo on Today at 12:25:33 AM »
Might it be worth making one anyway as it's a easy thing to turn up.
Would you use bearing fit on these bearings?
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Shovel Head / Re: opened/removed the primary drive, been a minute.
« Last post by FSG on Yesterday at 10:58:04 PM »
have a look for a MRC/SKF R16ZZ ...... 

they're cheap here, I can send you one if needed   :SM:
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Twin Cam / Re: No Start/ No Compression
« Last post by Hossamania on Yesterday at 09:10:04 PM »
are there any noises when no compression ,any top end noise when running nice , one would assume  a bent valve , if guide was loose causing valve to be open , piston hitting it ,, one needs three things for , Air,fuel , ign ,its so easy , take exuast off on that pot , take  throttle body off , get your scope camera and have a look while some one spins the rear wheel , you will see the guide , valve movement etc , , then one would think if cam was at fault ,,no valve movement , im thinking exaust valve ,or a faulty lifter   cheers

See post #42.
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Twin Cam / Re: No Start/ No Compression
« Last post by barny7655 on Yesterday at 09:07:39 PM »
are there any noises when no compression ,any top end noise when running nice , one would assume  a bent valve , if guide was loose causing valve to be open , piston hitting it ,, one needs three things for , Air,fuel , ign ,its so easy , take exuast off on that pot , take  throttle body off , get your scope camera and have a look while some one spins the rear wheel , you will see the guide , valve movement etc , , then one would think if cam was at fault ,,no valve movement , im thinking exaust valve ,or a faulty lifter   cheers
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General / Re: Antigravity ATX30-RS
« Last post by Ohio HD on Yesterday at 06:31:17 PM »
The seat doesn't come close because the ECM and ECM/battery bracket are above the battery. I'll only use the CTEK when the bike sits a while. As far as gadgets, mehh, it's a motorcycle. I never even turn the radio on except for on a long ride when on open road and no traffic. I prefer to listen to the bike, it's part of the experience of riding them.

 
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General / Re: Antigravity ATX30-RS
« Last post by kd on Yesterday at 06:25:02 PM »
To AGís point, any accidental power draw like key on, lights, stereo, security etc can bite you and shut the battery down to protect it.  It may just draw it down and when you try to start it the starter draw pulls (spikes) the voltage draw down to the protection point before the engine rolls and shuts it off.  The HD allows it to spike much lower and reserves more because it has more.

I bet youíll put the extra terminals into service and wonít use the caps.  Your CTEC  badger comes with a specially configured water proof jack and as said I added that and other jacks for my heated gear which double to reset the battery (which has never been required). The bottom of the seat is nylon or plastic and doesnít come close to contact and likely wonít need them. 

BTW, I also dropped $35 on the Battery Tracker so I could monitor all aspects of charging and cranking performance. Itís a neat gadget and Bluetooth to my phone.  It gave me a greater appreciation of what the battery is capable of.  It has a memory and I even used it to see the exact time I started the bike to leave and reach destination points.  :teeth:
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Twin Cam / Re: Solid comp sprocket or not?
« Last post by cpiccarr on Yesterday at 06:18:34 PM »
I installed the Vulcan 2010 Road Glide 96cui. The stock one was getting bad quick. No complaints basically a stock motor. Retained stock tensioner. Runs smooth low and high speeds. I do not baby the bike, but like anything if
your gonna run it hard most rides you have to install parts made for that reason.
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Shovel Head / Re: Comp nut
« Last post by HarleyCharley on Yesterday at 06:11:44 PM »
They usually come with a couple extra o-rings. Just make sure there are no burrs on the shaft and you'll be fine.

charley
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