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|05-27-2011 02:50 PM|
Originally Posted by Rippest View Post
** Sorry if I offended anyone. I have a strange sense of humor**
|05-27-2011 01:36 PM|
|Rippest||Same thing happened on my BMW R1150RT..limped home in 3rd gear. Very easy fix otherwise. Sometimes STUFF happens!|
|05-27-2011 11:37 AM|
Getting my RGU new from the dealer today. I'll look at this. Thanks for reminding me.
In 08, I was going to Sturgis on an 05 Ultra, and stopped at the top of Wolf Creek Pass. Everything had been normal for 40K. When I got back on the bike,
it wouldn't shift. The shifter had come apart at the front. No indication before that. Had the zip ties, so made it to Denver for a fix.
|05-27-2011 10:55 AM|
Here is what I use, great quality with teflon race.
|05-20-2011 12:11 AM|
Originally Posted by xusnatc View Post
|05-19-2011 08:52 AM|
Originally Posted by Sixnine68 View Post
|05-19-2011 08:22 AM|
what everyone else said.
if you end up buying the whole piece, a 1 inch over linkage bar or
extension will level the shift bar to parallel your serial numbers.
it's also much easier to find neutral with the heim
|05-19-2011 08:08 AM|
|ironmark||Stock shifter linkage falling apart is a very common problem! No problems with the HEMI linkage. Be sure to use blue loctite when installing the shifter linkage.|
|05-19-2011 07:52 AM|
|Bluzmn59||Ever since I was on the side of I-80 on the IA/IL border in 35 degree temps using a wire tie to pt the linkage back together to get home, that is one of the first things I replace on a new bike. Get rid of that stock POS and get one with heim joints.|
|05-19-2011 06:19 AM|
Originally Posted by Radioactive View Post
... at the dealer. After the HOG discount and VIP card, it was only about $80.00. They list for about $120.00. If you find one you like, get the part number and order it from Zanotti's. Or find one you like from any number of other sources.
I would recommend replacing the stock joints at a minimum, they suck, they break (not if, but when) and they make for sloppy shifting.
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