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Old 03-25-2010, 07:52 AM
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Clutch Pushrod for Ultima Transmission . . .

Going to the stealer today (only time I feel I need a wallet with a chain on it) to get some clips and that small rubber bumper for my rear brake bracket. Also, as you know, the Ultima six speed doesn't come with a clutch pushrod so I want to pick up one.

Question is this: Do I just need the long rod (which is Harley part # 37088-90) or do I need this whole deal pictured (HD part # 37967-00) in the first photo below?



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And is there another rod that goes outboard of #9 in the above photo or is it (#9) the terminal end that pushes on the clutch pack?

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Old 03-25-2010, 08:44 AM
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Call Jireh Cycles, Thats what I did. cost me like 6.00 for it. They are pretty much Ultima's sale Dept...
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All you need is a center pushrod(9). Do not worry about the one in the pic. That is already supplied with the tranny. It is part of the throwout assembly. When you take off the clutch release cover on the trans to hook up your cable you will find it inserted into the mainshaft.
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Old 03-25-2010, 09:14 AM
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Cool, thanks guys . . .

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Old 03-25-2010, 09:17 AM
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and good luck getting the fag behind the harley counter to even remotely understand what you are talking about.
the above mentioned pushrod (#9) is the last time i went to a harley dealer to buy anything. they were clueless since i did not have a specific year flabc123 model.
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Old 03-25-2010, 10:00 AM
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All you need is a center pushrod(9). Do not worry about the one in the pic. That is already supplied with the tranny. It is part of the throwout assembly. When you take off the clutch release cover on the trans to hook up your cable you will find it inserted into the mainshaft.
Yeah but check it to be sure (I guess he will when he hooks up his cable). For some reason one of mine had it in there but it was not the oil slinger version, just a straight little rod.
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and good luck getting the fag behind the harley counter to even remotely understand what you are talking about.
the above mentioned pushrod (#9) is the last time i went to a harley dealer to buy anything. they were clueless since i did not have a specific year flabc123 model.
Yeah they are pretty much useless when it comes to thinking outside the box! I went into harley one day to see if they had a metal shim pack to shim my tranny and the first question the guy asked me was "whats the year and model of your bike" that was the last time I went in there
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Old 03-25-2010, 10:19 AM
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Bty, yes you do need #9
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Old 03-25-2010, 10:38 AM
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I bought both as the short one seemed too short when i first installed it, had loads of trouble with the release assembly fouling the outer cover, been good since...............................any reason why Ulitima do not supply the transmission with the correct rod to start with?
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Old 03-25-2010, 12:08 PM
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Jireh lists 4 different clutch pushrods and I'm thinking #96-94 for $5.99 is the one I need. But there is no photo of that one on the website.

Here's the four pushrods they have with Jireh's part numbers:

#96-93
#96-94
#96-95
#96-95

Here's a photo of #96-93: (the only photo they have for any of the above listed four) and it looks about right.



But when I emailed Ultima a week ago they forwarded my email onto Jireh and Jireh wrote me to say I needed this one #96-538 for $3.95 (in the below photo.) However this photo doesn't look like what I need at all.



Anyone know for sure which one it is?

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Old 03-25-2010, 01:05 PM
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good question peter. the rod costs less than 5 bucks. well it used to, at least.

maybe ultfact could fill us all in on that one. and while he is at it maybe find out why they use the leaky base gaskets instead of going the o-ring route....( that is my only real complaint with the el brutos)

anyway-the short rod (#10) comes with the tranny. 6 speeds do not have the oil slinger. no room.
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:18 PM
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That pic shows the inermediate rod which I doubt comes with the tranny. You need this plus the long rod. The long rod comes in different lengths and I don't know which length you need. Why don't you call Jireh and ask them which length you need.
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:20 PM
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After reading your last post, is the long rod already in the tranny? if so all you need is the short rod.
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The short rod is part of the throwout assebly. It is included & installed in the mainshaft. 6 speeds do not use the large umbrella style slinger on the throwout assembly.

The large rod which needs to be purchased seperately is listed in the 2010 Midwest catalog.
part #96-439 10.375" long
part #96-441 11.0"" long
part #96-442 11.375" long

The last two that are listed are typically what is needed depending on your belt drive.
Hope this helps.

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I use the HD part # 37088-90. I keep them in stock if you dont have a local source
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