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Oil pro Bought my first ride in 20+ years a 1970 FL and it needs a clutch. Looked for parts in the J&P book but cant figure out if I need a wet or dry clutch! The oil hole in the primary is blocked off and I put some oil in the case to keep the primary chain lubed but I dont know how much or how often to oil it either. Can anybody help?

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    84 flht has a semi wet primary so if I put wet clutchs in and add oil do I just hook the oil supple and return line up or can I just plug them off

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Rivera pro-clutch is the best clutch to buy. The initial cost hurts a little but you'll be very happy with the results. As far as oil or dry. I had oil and wished I had belt, only because the primary wasn't made to hold oil, so It leaked. No matter how much I tried it still leaked. If you go with oil you only need the oil to touch the teeth on the bottom of the basket. The oil will sling around more then you can imagine.

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