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Old 12-10-2012, 09:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rev tech outer primary?

I'm having a helluva time finding a replacement for outer primary cover to fit gen 3 revtech 110". The motor came with a service manual for 2000-'06 softail. In the manual the outer has a 5 hole derby which I have been told was for a later model softail while the one I pulled has a 3 hole derby. Has anyone replaced a cover on this motor? What part number did you use?ImageUploadedByMO Free1355197777.639968.jpg
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This is the original I pulled

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This was a mistake!! And does not allow the jack shaft on starter to fully extend. Nor did it come with a bushing.

I ordered this with fingers crossed
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Old 12-10-2012, 09:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Out of curiosity, did you try to call or ask revtech support?
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I haven't been able to find a number. Sent an e-mail last week. No response yet.


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Maybe try j&p cycles. They sell em and parts too. Just a thought.
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I just tried calling jp. Their out til tomorrow but its a start. Good lookin out. If anyone else has some info I would appreciate it.


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Can you post a couple pics of the inner with the assembled drive train ?
What size is the pinion / jackshaft bolt ? The hex size, not the thread size.
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:29 AM   #8 (permalink)
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That looks like an early style aftermarket cover. It also has the early starter because it's got the large pinion / jackshaft bolt, 7/16" wrench size. I say aftermarket because it's missing the two gasketed support standoffs inside the inspection cover. Two of the inspection cover screws go through the standoffs on a stock primary cover.
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Another good source of info is Bill's Custom Cycles, they have good knowledge on what fits what. Google that then go to their website for the phone number and give them a call.
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Another way to ID the cover is by the gasket, in '94 the gasket shape changed. I'm pretty sure the starter changed in '96 and went to the 5/16" hex pinion bolt.
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