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Old 04-26-2006, 01:41 AM
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trikshift transmissions and trikryde parts

Any questions regarding trikshift transmissions can and will be answered . Some may take a while but this is a good quality tranny and we have come across nothing that we can't fix easily(well almost nothing) Ask and you shall receive(answers):
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Old 04-26-2006, 01:51 PM
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did you see the other post regarding trikshift info?
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Old 04-26-2006, 07:24 PM
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I have a leaking Main output shaft need to see how I can get some wannrty info on this tranny to get it repaired/replaced
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Old 04-30-2006, 12:30 AM
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Uhhh no I have not seen the other posts. am working on that now should I want to see them?
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Old 04-30-2006, 06:39 AM
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ya they were just asking where to get trikshift info nothing bad just was coincidental the day b4 you posted your here was a thread that was "titled how do I contact trikshift?"
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uhhh, cool you can read all kinds a stuff into the written word
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Trikshift RSD- Anyone have a problem with the throw-out bearing seizing up?
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Trikshift RSD- Anyone have a problem with the throw-out bearing seizing up?
Might want to pm scully.
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throwout bearing siezing up

throwout bearing seizing up is usually caused by failure to grease the pushrod assembly and throwout bearing with a HI TEMP grease. We put labels on all RSD boxes informing customers of this. This warning is also put on the invoice, but if you are like me you receive a package you rip the box open and to hell with any labels. If you want to PM me I can possibly help you out with replacement parts or something. These trannies (RSD) come from the factory dry so if they are not greased upon installation guess what happens? You know the rest of the story. But please feel free to pm me and I will help as much as possible to get you
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Anyone know John from JDAK Enterprises?? He told me that my outerbearing support was next day aired a week ago. Now I cant get a response.
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Any questions regarding trikshift transmissions can and will be answered . Some may take a while but this is a good quality tranny and we have come across nothing that we can't fix easily(well almost nothing) Ask and you shall receive(answers):

My question is, who actually is the main distributor (not dealer) for Trick Shift transmissions? I know you can only get Prowler transmissions from MC Advantages, so who's the main source for Trick Shift transmissions?
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Old 06-26-2006, 01:59 PM
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Looking for a new hydraulic actuator/pin/throwout bearing setup for Trickshift RSD 6 speed with Hydraulic Clutch. Anyone know who can get parts yet this summer?
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Old 05-28-2007, 11:51 AM
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midwest is a main distributor 1-800-325-3914 ask for scott cust service.if he cant help will give trickshift # for bob.for parts call american motorcycle 508-872-6676.main dealer.tell them i referred and they will send parts and can give tech info.
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should I contact one of these guys for a hydraulic setup for my Trikshift RSD 6spd. It's brand new buy set up for cable.
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I have an 80 spoke 300mm wheel from Trikryde with one leaky spoke. Is there anything I can do to fix it or am I S.O.L.? Nobody localy knows much about anything this wide. Any ideas? It has a rubber strip around the center but have been told there is no way to fix any leaks.
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