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|Aug 11th, 2012, 01:25 AM||#1|
Ride: 1999 fxdx dyna super sport
Join Date: Aug 11th, 2012
tc case question
|Aug 11th, 2012, 11:22 AM||#2|
Play The Throttle
Ride: 2002 FLHT
Join Date: May 8th, 2009
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Re: tc case question
I would think milling case halve could lead to a variety of clearance issues such as crank and pinion bearing clearances as they move closer together. The case bore would also be affected as well as valve train geometry. I know you aren't talking about much but I would be wary of milling case halves.
Could you build up the case at the damaged area and then mill back to OEM dimensions?
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