Question about 2002 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide
You got the stator in..now magnet case over stator..then that large spacer you are talking about then your compesating shaft then put the clutch primary chain and mainshaft sprocket on all at one time..then the compensating sprocket ( wavy looking ******) its cover and then the nut its a right is tight...clutch side the nut is first its a left is tight then the rod cover with the words out ( out) and the snap ring. compensating sprocket is 150 ft lbs and the clutch nut is 50 ft lbs then a quater more..red lock tight both....good luck sometimes you can see the ring mark left by the piece you are concerned about....i figure you know how to connect chain adjuster so wont go their.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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