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Old 12-04-2017, 05:54 PM
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shift linkage

putting true duals on a 1998 Heritage. the cross over pipe comes out on the left side where the shift lingage is. a shift linkage made with a curve or dip or an extention to the trans. shift shaft raising the linkage over the pipe would work.

anyone know of any products already made that would eliminate interferance between linkage rod and pipe?
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Old 12-07-2017, 04:21 PM
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putting true duals on a 1998 Heritage. the cross over pipe comes out on the left side where the shift lingage is. a shift linkage made with a curve or dip or an extention to the trans. shift shaft raising the linkage over the pipe would work.

anyone know of any products already made that would eliminate interferance between linkage rod and pipe?
Cut it, weld in bend you want, then finish of choice, (paint, powder coat, polish, etc).
Or try this....
https://www.samsonusa.com/shop/a-256-shift-rod-linkage/
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thanks CIC. found a taillight extention that will fit over the trans shift lever. already drilled with two holes at top. extends shift rod high enough to clear pipe.
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