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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-30-2008, 12:13 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up How to install Easy Pull Clutch Kit

Read this 1st.

http://www.vabiker.net/html/article42.html

http://www.harleydavidsons.to/easyboy.html

I had an accident, have a dislocated left thumb and installed this kit. I like it. I bought the kit from ebay. link

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Harle...mZ330206793245

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Jay,
Did you put it on both the DX and Roak King?

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Jay,
Did you put it on both the DX and Roak King?
No, this is for air cools with cable clutch. I am putting a slippery clutch on my DX.

"This is a easy pull clutch kit. Fits the 1987 and newer BIG TWIN models, with the exception of the 1986-1990 FXR models. Will fit up to the 2005 twin cam models. Reduces the amount of effort needed to operate the clutch lever. Complete clutch disengagement is still achieved. The cover that the clutch cable goes into, will need to be removed. The alloy spacer goes over the end of the clutch cable at the bottom, to remove the extra play in the cable, The arm just attaches to the clutch mechanism."
All '06 models and up have the easier pull clutch.(I think)

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No, this is for air cools with cable clutch. I am putting a slippery clutch on my DX.

"This is a easy pull clutch kit. Fits the 1987 and newer BIG TWIN models, with the exception of the 1986-1990 FXR models. Will fit up to the 2005 twin cam models. Reduces the amount of effort needed to operate the clutch lever. Complete clutch disengagement is still achieved. The cover that the clutch cable goes into, will need to be removed. The alloy spacer goes over the end of the clutch cable at the bottom, to remove the extra play in the cable, The arm just attaches to the clutch mechanism."
All '06 models and up have the easier pull clutch.(I think)
Maybe, as my 07' RKCl is not a problem as far as clutch stiffness is concerned.

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