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Old 03-03-2013, 09:13 AM
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are we sure it's the correct inner primary for the motor? What motor is it?
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Old 03-03-2013, 09:39 AM
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yep! 3" top of the tranny plate to the top of the engine mount 3" is perfect... it doesn't mater from the rails of the frame it's in relationship of the engine mount... so i guess we are dealing with the belt drive plate. its off...
.. how is the engine bolted down. you should have bolted the rear mounts first and shim the front...
+1 on this. I wonder, what primary you have, who,s make?

May be you could do like pop did split the motor plate and use just the rear for bearing support and starter housing( if belt drives fits fine otherwise)
Just make sure you fix better trany preventing it from moving towards the motor.
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Old 03-03-2013, 04:09 PM
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The engine is. 2012 ultima 120ci and the belt drive is a ultima 3.35 I looked at the instructions again and the belt drive said up to 2006 evo but I can't find a newer inner plate ?
The engine is bolted down on frame rails and no shims , thanks guy I appreciate the help as I'm new and this is baffling me
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The engine is. 2012 ultima 120ci and the belt drive is a ultima 3.35 I looked at the instructions again and the belt drive said up to 2006 evo but I can't find a newer inner plate ?
The engine is bolted down on frame rails and no shims , thanks guy I appreciate the help as I'm new and this is baffling me
Did it say "evo".....or twincam? Technically they only made the evo till 99. I think herein lies your problem....
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I am not familiar with ultima products, but industry normal nomenclature is to specify compatability with Evo softail 1990 -1999. This is also the most common aftermarket frame available (regardless of being a rigid or softail).

The engine and transmission you have are based on the the 1999 softail Evo motor and tranny. Do you have the part number of your primary? wondering if you have the dyna version.... Does the inner primary plate have any numbers on it?
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Old 03-04-2013, 03:39 AM
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who sold you the components?? there to different two motor plates available one for 90-00., and another for 90-06.... what pn# do you have
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Well I fucked up I ordered/got the wrong one I got a dyna belt drive so now I guess ill have to wait and see if I can sell it
I wonder if most of the parts are interchangeable if i were to order the right inner hmm
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Well I fucked up I ordered/got the wrong one I got a dyna belt drive so now I guess ill have to wait and see if I can sell it
I wonder if most of the parts are interchangeable if i were to order the right inner hmm
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I believe the Dyna belt is a bit shorter. Look on eBay they might have the Softail motor plate and the belt, perhaps that,s everything you need.
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Well, at least you know what the issue is....
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Well I fucked up I ordered/got the wrong one I got a dyna belt drive so now I guess ill have to wait and see if I can sell it
I wonder if most of the parts are interchangeable if i were to order the right inner hmm
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Can't you send it back? Call em up and tell them you ordered the wrong one. Repack it and send it back.....seems easy enough to me.
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I'm sending it back , I really appreciate the suggestions who knew That i fucked up something so easy at least the shipping bill will make me double check things more carefully doh!
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