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Old 04-02-2008, 06:18 PM
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Hello,
There must be a pinhole in the black sealant on the rim. If you can find this or see one some silicone pressed into the hole should fix it. Or you can send it back for replacement. No charge. Best bet is call Bob at 831 524 3629. He will take care of this..
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Old 06-13-2008, 08:58 AM
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What Transmission oil do you recommend ie. synthetic?
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Old 06-13-2008, 10:36 AM
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Hello,
We like Belray or Lucas. Either 80-90w or 80-120w is fine. Use petroleum based not synthetic. Lucas also has a oil stabilizer product that is great. Use about 1 to 1.5 oz then the oil. The proper amount is 22-24 oz.
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I have a Trikshift 6speed RSD and would like to know if a manual is available for this tranny.
I have a few questions on install and operation/Maintenance with it.
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Old 01-12-2010, 10:31 AM
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I have a owner's manual from Swift's Motor Cycles for their 2006 Bar Chopper. This has some basic maintenance info in it about the Trikshift tranny. Will send now to your email.
I pulled my Trikshift 6-speed RSD out and replaced with a Baker at 10,000 miles. Third gear went out on the Trikshift and Bob at Trikshift did fix it. But I wanted no more hassles with tranny problems. Also on the Trikshift, I was not happy that the motorplate bearinng wore a groove in the tranny mainshaft (~.006" in the dia.) and they should have replace that too, but did not. I putting the used tranny up for sale.
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hey anyone!! I have a trick shift 6 speed tranny RSD and in the owners manual for my bike which is an ALL AMERICAN CHOPPER all it says to check tranny oil is " about half way down on the right side" what the heck does that mean theres all kinds of stuff "half way down on the right side" and Im not a "WRENCH" so im just learning this and I damn sure am not taking it in for something that should be this easy!! where can I see a picture of one of these trannies so that I could see like an arrow pointing at the place where I need to check this tranny oil? please someone help me out, even though this bike is brand new (250 miles) I want to be able to check my own stuff especially easy stuff like this>> can someone email me at lisa431@netzero.com and let me know where to see this stuff??? thanks kevin
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trick sift cluch hub nut

I HAVE A 2004 trick shift 6 speed haveing trouble geting off hub nut
can anyone please tell me if its right or left thred.
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I HAVE A 2004 trick shift 6 speed haveing trouble geting off hub nut
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thank u,
not to sound dumb but i realy just dont want messsss it.
so to get it off i need to turn it clock wise this is the standard left side trany not that fancy right side one.
u guys are a life saver thanks again for all the help.
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yes just turn it clockwise it doesnt matter which drive side they are they are all backwards threads
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help!!

hey I am kind of new to this so take it easy....I have a question I ride a custom with 113ci S&S and in the owners manual it just says trickshift 6 speed transmission it is a RSD 1 1/2 inch belt the only thing I can see on the tranny is this number W050701225 ....I was riding yesterday and th ank god I was coming home but the bike started clanging and the bdl was m aking more noise than usual and I had to limp home (all this happened with in a 20 block radius) an d when I barely got it in the driveway I started looking around at what the hell was wrong and I cant see anything...then I grabbed lthe belt (back belt) and it was loose as hell...and this belt is usually tighter than hell so it obvoiusly has something to do with it but I dont know what could make that happen..the bike is a 2008 so its damn near new....can any of you fellas give me any advice as to what this could be..before I have to take it to the shop? I really dont know anything about this so anyone that can help I would erally appreciate it.. Thanks Kev
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hey I am kind of new to this so take it easy....I have a question I ride a custom with 113ci S&S and in the owners manual it just says trickshift 6 speed transmission it is a RSD 1 1/2 inch belt the only thing I can see on the tranny is this number W050701225 ....I was riding yesterday and th ank god I was coming home but the bike started clanging and the bdl was m aking more noise than usual and I had to limp home (all this happened with in a 20 block radius) an d when I barely got it in the driveway I started looking around at what the hell was wrong and I cant see anything...then I grabbed lthe belt (back belt) and it was loose as hell...and this belt is usually tighter than hell so it obvoiusly has something to do with it but I dont know what could make that happen..the bike is a 2008 so its damn near new....can any of you fellas give me any advice as to what this could be..before I have to take it to the shop? I really dont know anything about this so anyone that can help I would erally appreciate it.. Thanks Kev
Is the tranny leaking? It could just have backed the nut off holding the pulley on the tranny. I had a stock HD do this last week. It killed the threads in the pulley we had to replace it and the sprocket shaft spacer and seal and it was good to go. It may not leak if it loosens up.

another place to look is the trap door. If it loosens up it should be leaking. Rare but I have sen them come loose.......
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thank u,
not to sound dumb but i realy just dont want messsss it.
so to get it off i need to turn it clock wise this is the standard left side trany not that fancy right side one.
u guys are a life saver thanks again for all the help.
don't tighten the rear belt that tight, you can tear the carrier bearing out in tranny.
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Left hand=counter clockwise to loosen.
Righty tighty,,,,,lefty loosey.........for a normal "right handed" thread.......so clockwise to loosen a left handed thread........red
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