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Old 07-17-2020, 02:57 PM
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UGGHHHH What trans do I have?? (5 speed softail)

I have a 98 evo, with A/M frame and what I was TOLD is a RevTech 5 speed trans.
I'm having problems getting my Ultima open primary clutch hub to fit.
Friend suggested I look up the trans to make sure what it is.
Only # I can see is N5825.
Any idea what this is built for? Has worked well.
Thanks for any help.
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Old 07-18-2020, 09:19 AM
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I have a 98 evo, with A/M frame and what I was TOLD is a RevTech 5 speed trans.
I'm having problems getting my Ultima open primary clutch hub to fit.
Friend suggested I look up the trans to make sure what it is.
Only # I can see is N5825.
Any idea what this is built for? Has worked well.
Thanks for any help.
Mud.
What do you mean to fit?
Is it just matter of spacing? Or the basket doesn,t slide on the shaft at all?
Remember, if you had a closed primary, the bearing setup is different . There,s a sleeve, a racing you have to pull out of the main shaft in order for sealеd bearing of the ultima primary to go in.
I have exactly this combination of revtech transmission circa 90s and ultima 2 primary, like 20 years younger. They fit just fine . Never mind the auto clutch- that came later.

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Old 07-19-2020, 08:52 AM
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STEINBVG,
I don't know when you'll see this but, any chance I can call you and maybe send you a pic or two?
I don't internet on my phone so I need to check back on to my PC to get here.
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