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Old 11-06-2018, 09:18 PM
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Help Identify Transmission

Im trying to identify what transmission is in a bike I recently purchased.

It's a 5 speed I have included pics of the bike and the serial number of the transmission is

Any help is much appreciated
I have been messaging with BDL and now Primo to identify the belt drive, but I am having clutch issues, where it's really hard to shift, can be almost impossible to find neutral and the clutch doesn't seem to engage all the way at times.

Bike is great has a 125 Merch engine, just needs some love and possible clutch and transmission replacement.

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Old 11-07-2018, 02:33 PM
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Some Info

I found out the cover was by Arlen Ness, and that we think the transmission is a RevTec but still waiting to talk to them to confirm.
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58340 is the revtech part # it should be a Revtech 6 speed......Berlt Drive looks like BDL but could be a Revtech which was also built by BDL and most parts interchange....

I would start with a clutch adjustment the clutch should fully disengage with the lever pulled in. Look at the throwout bearing and the clutch pushrod if not. Improper adjustment is common which will kill the TO bearing and wear the pushrod.
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