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Old 10-26-2009, 01:38 PM
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ive been running a 97 fxdl for 12 years and i fancy a change so i got me a santee single down tube 200 rigid im putting the evo engine in it ive bought a trk shift 6 speed soft tail tranny does the chain primary motor plate off the 97 fit the soft tail tranny i know the roller bearing in the motor plate is a larger diameter than the soft tail tranny drive shaft . i can see this is gonna be the start of many questions thanks for any help .proth the brit ...
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Old 10-26-2009, 06:24 PM
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Most stuff for those type of frames is for softail parts. I guess you would have to have done it before to know for sure. Call HD they can tell you. If the bolts line up maybe you can get away with a different bearing for the trans shaft?
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Old 10-26-2009, 06:31 PM
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The Inner primaries are different on a Dyna and a Softail. The bearing should have an inner race that is on the trannys mainshaft. That race will fit right in the inner primary bearing. The outer primary from the Dyna should be the same as the Softail. The Dyna has a notch to clear the swingarm which makes the inner different. I'm also not sure about the bolts on the inner primary that thread into the tranny case if they are in the same locations as the Softail. You could mock it up to see.....
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Cool another new HCII, just finishing mine. Welcome to the board.
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Old 10-27-2009, 11:43 AM
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hardcore II new build

Thanks for all the help guys its nice to know your out there i managed to put the dyna motor plate on to the motor tranny all bolt holes lined up but all together it didnt sit right in the santee frame it was high at the tranny and sloped towards the front engine mount i cant tilt the blck any further back which would put the tranny back on its mountings because of the seat post cant quite get in into my head why it should sit like that but there you go . thanks again guys ...proth
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Old 10-27-2009, 11:46 AM
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Just resurrecting a hardcore II been looking on the threads for info what a great bike this must have been summation special in its day can't wait to ride it
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Just resurrecting a hardcore II been looking on the threads for info what a great bike this must have been summation special in its day can't wait to ride it
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