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I have a 1980 FXWG (not a sturigs) but it does have rear belt drive. I need a trans the 1 thats in it is a roto top (cow patti ) what trans will fit now . does trans have a long shaft for belt pully

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According to what my parts book shows, there was not a different mainshaft for the belt drive. All models used the same mainshaft from 1970 to late 1984. Harley offered a kit, 35039-80, that retrofitted the 1970 and up to late '84. I know the 1965 through 1969 is shorter and won't work. Then in 1984, they changed it again leaving off the kick start provisions. They only made three mainshafts so any rotary top transmission should fit your bike as far as I can tell. What is wrong with your transmission? Can it be repaired?

Good Luck
Steve

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1. Remove the top cover.
2. Unscrew the centering nut until the face of the nut is level with the end of the thread and knock out the bearing.
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NOTE: Do not remove or loosen the screws around the heater housing or drum bearing.
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10. Lift off the rear panel.
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CHANGING THE DRIVE BELT
1. Remove the top cover and the rear panel (see page 26).
2. T720/780: Remove the external fan housing (see page 32).
3. Remove the special tool.
4. Remove the belt from the belt pulley and take off the belt.
5. Feed the belt over the drum onto the motor shaft and over the belt pulley.
6. Install the special tool.
7. T720/780: Replace the external fan housing.
8. Replace the rear panel and top cover.
_____________________________________________________
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1. Remove the three T20 screws at the rear of the top cover. (Keep the two star washers.)
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_____________________________________________________
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