Yes, that was our first failure in Washington state. The factory knew exactly what it was, because "Willie G's bike had already done it." They had no new 110's on the shelf, so ran one down the assembly line, freighted it to Bellingham, and we were back on the road in two weeks, until the NEXT time it failed!You need to get a trued flywheel and get a Harley Race shop weld it. It you have a 96" or 110 " engine it is a stroker crank. If you put your current crank on a truing jig, I bet you Flywheels scissored on you which damaged your oil pump thus the rest of your moving parts,
Well, the head gasket blowing is yet to come, I guess! The current mechanic said every part in the motor had scoring. HD is closed for the holidays, so they won't be shipping us any parts until well after the 1st. Happy New Year for us, huh.Sounds like many things but the main problem with the 110's are the head gasket issues blowing in the rear part of the motor from detonation. New gaskets, higher compression and an oil cooler has seem to solve that but seems like you have had numerous.