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    Ya. Learning a bit shows that prior to 07, they had the shaft going through and starter clutch on THAT.
    Seems primary cover removal is the place to begin. Along with clutch issues, might be basket bushings or something causing ring gear to be wobbly. Gonna need parts!

    After 07, starter and drive are like a typical automotive deal.

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Size:  45.7 KBThis is correct Tom, maybe me and you should start a shop for harleys, I already got the shirt

    Damn sideways pics
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    Why don't you guys just tell Randy to pack a bag, then roll the bike to the nearest busy intersection. Someone will stop for a dead Harley in less than five minutes and ask him where he needs to go. All he has to do is say Tennessee, my buddy wants to help me fix it up and he'll probably have a ride the whole way in ten minutes.

    Ah no wait, he did admit he could smell his farts. No, nevermind, I understand why you're avoiding it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    This is correct Tom, maybe me and you should start a shop for harleys, I already got the shirt

    Damn sideways pics
    Fixed!

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    Yup. Gotta be easier than this shit.. I wear an extra large, Tc!

    About to marinate a brisket. Getting the sop going.

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    This sucker fell off the black pepper as I was shaking. I would guesstimate a good half cup in there after hurriedly spooning most of it out.

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    Oh well! Going to be 'peppery'!

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    The first thing I did was remove the oil drain plug on the primary cover.
    That told me immediately that things were not going to be good because there were many, many small metal particles on the drain plug and in the oil.
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    Then I removed the primary cover and found this on the jackshaft sprocket. Missing teeth and others badly worn.
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    The last pics are of both the Ring gear and the jackshaft sprocket. The teeth on both are really bad.
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    I assume that the particles are now in the clutch basket?
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    Yer getting it now, Randy. Get a couple of screwdrivers and see if the basket will wobble....

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    Hot sop meets cold Brisket. Off in the bottom of the fridge and on to fixing Harleys!

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    Seems a common problem. Some reading here, Randy.
    https://www.hdforums.com/forum/softa...eth-again.html

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    Yeah that's some pretty buggered gears you got there. Best have that at the start or the end of the season not in the middle of summer so be happy it could be worse

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