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Discussion in 'Technical' started by knine08, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. knine08

    knine08 Member

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    changing the drive pulley to 32t on 08 K9 baker 6 speed.
    they say a harley will fit if you machine the pulley to match the big dog size.
    I have seen two spline types on the harley 30 and 33.
    want to make sure i get the correct size spline to fit the big dog baker 6 speed
     
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    How many teeth? All of them:oldlaugh::sorry: no I ain't:oldlaugh:

    33, you can count them:old2:
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    By the way Cdoggy just did this change to his bike.
     
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    Great thank you.
    I talked to baker and they told me 32 ...WTH
     
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    Tighter gearing, more acceleration and bit more revs on 6th gear
     
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    Got it...

    Now I want one too!!! Who´s willing to prepare them... no chance for me to get it done in Spain... I will pay for someone to ship it to me. Thanks.

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    Pm Cdoggy about where he got his
     
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    A member here did it for me, ksmike, it's not a big deal if you buy it from baker and have it machined to fit. image.jpg IMG_20171115_132818975.jpg
     
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    It is not a big deal for you who are living there in the US.... it is a HUGE deal for me!!! so you aint helping much here saying this and showing a couple pics!!! :oldroll: :oldlaugh:
     
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    Well you know that old saying, "you can't make everyone happy" sorry I ain't helping you buddy!;) :)
     
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    The nut lock.
     
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    Our OEM pulleys don't have that plate, if you look in the pic I posted, the 2 SHCS's go into the appropriate holes by the flats on the nut to do the same as the plate. problem is if the pulley splines stretch the nut will wear a flat on the SHCS and to remove it you have to cut the heads of the SHCS. :yesnod: See's what I means? What else can I do for ya, make a pulley for ya old school with a hammer an chisel:oldhardlaugh:

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