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Old 09-23-2015, 10:54 AM
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I've just put a trik-shift 6 speed 90 -99 softail gearbox agains a ultimate 90-99 softail open primary but the gearbox drive shaft holds the clutch basket assy off by 5.85 mil any info would be great thanks prothera
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I have seen this before where the splines inside the clutch are not cut deep(long)enough and the clutch will not go all the way back. Ultima sent me a new clutch hub to fix the one I had trouble with.
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John, did you run into this problem with one other than mine?
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John, did you run into this problem with one other than mine?
Not that I recall....I had heard of it here before but your was the first I had encountered it......
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Thanks John I see on the clutch basket that the machining inside to accept the shaft could be opened up but I would loose 10% of the splines so not sure which way to go yet
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No not wider longer in the case of the one we had trouble with the splines have a recess in the back side of the inner hub end it was not long enough to let the clutch go all the way back......

Ecir45 may be able to help with pics it was on his bike
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I'll post some pics later today.
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The pics above show how deep the splines should be cut. (first two pics are not an ultima hub)

Below are pics of an ultima drive that aren't cut deep enough. You will need to counter bore your clutch hub splines so that the hub slides on far enough so as the mainshaft splines protrude slightly past the front of the hub like in the second pic.



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That's great news a machinist at work says he's OK to do the bore thanks for the help and advice guys I've come across a Santee frame a Jessie James villan tank so I'm ressurecting a hardcore II bike got some performance machine callipers 80 spoke wheels this is so sweet I can see why the class of 2004 loved this cc kit bike thanks again guys
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Thanks ecir45 those pictures were perfect the machinist says he can turn me a shouldered washer to fit the drive shaft threaded end
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If you have the tranny out I would bring it with the clutch hub to your machinist so he can get it perfect.
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Thanks ecir45 those pictures were perfect the machinist says he can turn me a shouldered washer to fit the drive shaft threaded end
My ultima hub had a washer that was held in with a snap ring it is just removed in the pic above.
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Old 10-02-2015, 04:52 AM
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Got the machining lined up for Monday coming can't wait been bothering me wasn't sure which way to go ecir45 thanks again for the photos
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Machining sorted finally
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