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Old 07-24-2015, 10:42 AM
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Tranny Serial Number

Think I have a 5 speed Ultima but not 100% sure.

FA61####

number is on the front of the case right below the top cover.
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Thinking it may be a Rev Tech. any help would be appreciated.
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Can pretty much rule out tranny being rev tech. Another member just confirned rev tech uses a nine number serial.

Anyone have a two letters then six numbers serial number on their tranny?

The housing is for pre '99 softail. On another note what oem internals can interchange with the housing.
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Can pretty much rule out tranny being rev tech. Another member just confirned rev tech uses a nine number serial.

Anyone have a two letters then six numbers serial number on their tranny?

The housing is for pre '99 softail. On another note what oem internals can interchange with the housing.
My LSD 6 speed Ultima trany from 2012 has number located between the top,and right side cover- MJ21#####, but perhaps your,s is older and has shorter number?
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Mines a five speed, those numbers look like it may be a Ultima tranny. The bike I bought that came with this tranny was registered in '03, thinking tranny is around a '02.
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Mines a five speed, those numbers look like it may be a Ultima tranny. The bike I bought that came with this tranny was registered in '03, thinking tranny is around a '02.
I don,t recall if you had mentioned, but why does it matter what trany you have?
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Noticed you have been in discussions about clutch hub not fitting correct in the my past searches.

When I went to install my old school basket I ran into the same problem as in the thread below.

Ultima Primary-Revtech 5 speed clutch hub issues???

In that thread it was noted that on rev tech trannnies the splines on mainshaft weren't cut deep enough which wouldn't allow some open belt drive clutch baskets to go on all the way.

Ultima Primary-Revtech 5 speed clutch hub issues???

Was trying to figure out if this was rev tech specific since I always thought I had a Ultima trans. Had to counter bore the inboard splines on my basket to get mine to work.
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