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How to fit a 2002 1450 primary cover on to a 1992 1340

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It should fit straight on. The primarys are the same on both them models. The only difference is the cylinder and piston size.

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Why does the vent line fill with condensation and not drain

If the drain line from the furnace is plugged up then the water will back up in the vent line. The primary venting is suppose to have a drain outlet if it is discharged from the side or 90 deg up from the draft inducer blower. This is sometimes provided with a small drain tube and fitting at the 90 deg fitting depending on the model. The drain is suppose to go to the primary collection point where the drain is tied in with the primary condensate drain line. The plastic heat exchanger cover has a number of drain ports to accommodate any configuration or installation, this means that the drain lines need to be connected according to the application being used.
Note: Have found that in colder climates where the small venting hoses used fron the safety switches can trap water if not strapped up or sloped toward the primary collection point.

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How do I replace starter on 2002 sportster

First disconnect the battery cable. Then you'll have to pull the primary cover off the engine. Find the primary case drain plug underneath the rear of the primary case and remove it to drain the oil. Find the primary chain tensioner underneath the primary cover near the center and loosen the locknut. Turn the screw downwards to loosen the tension on the primary chain. Remove the left foot peg and take the "derby cover" off of the primary cover. Remove the spring and lock nut underneath the derby cover. Remove the bolts around the primary cover. As you gently pull the primary cover away from the engine, turn the clutch adjuster screw under the derby cover in a clockwise direction until the primary cover comes off. Remove the battery cable where it bolts onto the starter motor and the small single wire that plugs to the motor. Just above the clutch assembly there are two bolts. Remove these bolts and the starter will come off the engine. The bolts are different lengths. Make sure you mark which bolt goes where.

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I have a 1984 h/d fxr I got a new outter primary and it is getting stuck in the starter bearing I have oiled it and greased it but it still gets stuck,, anything you can think of

I don't understand exactly what you mean by the bearing getting "stuck" in outer primary. The starter shaft has bearing race on the of it. This bearing race is also a nut that holds the shaft and it's parts together. The outer primary cover should have either a bearing or a bushing in it. The bushing or bearing in the outer primary provides support for the starter shaft while starting the engine.

Now, take the starter shaft fork loose and remove the shaft. Put the shaft into the bearing or bushing and make sure it turns freely. If not, you'll need to take the shaft and the outer primary to an automotive machine shop and have the bushing fitted to the "nut" on the end of the shaft. If you have a bearing in the outer primary, the nut must be turned down to fit it but neither of these cases are common, matter of fact, I've never heard of it having to be done.

If the "nut" on the outer end of the shaft seems to fit the bearing or bushing in the outer primary like it should, then your problem is an alignment problem. The outer primary, inner primary, and starter assembly are not aligned. There should be a couple of alignment pins in the inner primary that aligns the outer primary when installed. There are also two alignment pins in the starter gear housing on the backside of the inner primary. You may have to remove these pins in order to get everything to align properly.

Welcome to the world of foreign made Harley parts. Regrettably, we have to rely on foreign made parts to keep the older bikes running. Not all the parts fit like they should. I once spent three days trying to get a set of kick starter gears to work on a 72 FLH. I never did get them to work but managed to use the clutch gear to repair the transmission but I had to modify it to get it to work.

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I recently purchased a chrome Harley Davidson inner primary. I am not sure if it is for my bike. I got it at a swap meet and was told it was part number 60792-06. If that is the case it will fit my bike. I...

Since there are no trustworthy numbers on the inner primary your guess is as good as anyones without seeing the cover. Evidently someone painted the number in the primary. Just take it out to your bike and set is beside your bike. Now start at the very front of the cover on your bike and compare it to the new cover. Slowly and carefully work your way all the way around the cover comparing the postition of the bolt holes and shape of the primary. It should be exactly the same. If it is, more than likely it's the right cover.

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Remove primary cover 1990 sportster

To remove your primary cover, first, disconnect the battery and drain the oil from the primary. Then, remove any footpegs or shifter mechanisms that might be in the way.

Look on the bottom of the primary cover and you'll see a bolt and locknut. This is the primary chain tensioning device. Loosen the locknut and turn the screws out (downward) to loosen the chain.

Then take the derby cover off. Remove the spring and the locknut from the clutch adjusting mechanism. Remove the bolts that hold the outer primary on. Turn the clutch adjuster screw clockwise as you remove the cover.

When you replace the cover, turn the clutch adjuster screw counterclockwise until it stops. Put all the bolts back in the cover and tighten them. Turn the screw counterclockwise again until it stops and then back off 1/4 turn. Install the locknut, the spring, and the derby cover.

Remove the upper inspection cover and reach in with your finger and check the primary chain tension. Using the bolt on the bottom of the primary, turn it upward (inward) and tension the primary chain to between 1/2" and 5/8" up and down play. Reinstall anything else that was taken off and pour in one quart of primary lube. Reconnect battery.

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Clutch cable wont work. came loose on inside of cover

Are you sure it just came loose? More than likely, it broke. To find out, drain the primary oil and loosen the locknut at the cable adjuster on the outer primary cover. Turn the adjuster inwards as far as it will go. Remove the four screws on the derby cover. and lift it away from the primary cover. Remove the spring and the locknut.

Now, remove any footpegs or anything else that may be in the way of the removal of the outer primary. Loosen the locknut on turn the primary chain tensioner out on the bottom of the primary cover. Remove all the bolts from the primary.

Now, turn the clutch adjuster screw back at the derby cover in a clockwise direction and remove the outer primary cover. With the primary cover off, you can replace the cable if necessary or simply hook it back up.

Reassemble in reverse order. To adjust the primary chain, turn the adjuster bolt upwards until you have 1/2" to 5/8" up and down slack in the top run of the primary chain. To adjust the clutch, turn the screw counterclockwise until it stops. Then, go back clockwise 1/4 turn and install the locknut, spring and the derby cover. Then adjust the cable adjuster out until you have 1/8" freeplay in the cable.

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Changed primary cover on 2000 dyna super glide fxdx now the starter wont engage at times battery is good? cover is not oe

You'll have to take the cover back off and look very carefully at the inside in the starter area to see where it is hitting when it engages, and then use a grinder to relieve the area in the primary cover where it's hitting. Several test fits and removals may be necessary seeing as it is not OE.
It's probably just hitting enough to stop engagement of the teeth, or bind the starter. Other wise it would not work at all. Check to make sure primary is tighten in sequence properly. Take your time, relax, have a beer and look at the job as a learning experience.

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06 dyna super glide innerseal leakage & sharft seleter movement ?

I am not completely sure how the shifter shaft on you newer '06 FXD is set up but this it how the mid mounted shifter lever is set up on an older version.

The shifter shaft goes through the inspection cover on the outside of the outer primary cover. If you take the shifter off and then the cover, there is a tube that runs through the primary that the shifter shaft runs through. This tube has O-rings on either end of it. There is a clamp (for lack of a better description) on the inside of the primary that holds this tube in the primary. Take the bolt out of the clamp and the tube will come out. To work with this, you may have to remove the outer primary cover to gain access to the bolt holding the clamp. Replace the O-rings with new ones. If possible, try to find one that is the same size but made of slightly thicker stuff so you get a tighter fit. This may solve you oil leak on the backside of the inner primary if this is the problem.

But, I think I've answered this question before. There are several other things behind the inner primary that can leak. One thing is the mainshaft seal in the backside of the inner primary. Another is any one or more of the seals at the final drive belt front pulley on the transmission. Harley had some major problems at one time with the "quad seal" behind the final drive belt front pulley.

If you still have the leak, notice whether it is near the middle of the primary or nearer the back end of the primary. This will help a lot in attempting to diagnose your problem.

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About 75% of the time, just replacing that allen screw will solve the problem. Don't just tighten it, replace it. Make sure the arm is slid all the way on the splines. The screw usually doesn't loosen, it stretches.

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