Discussion in 'Transmission' started by glimmerman, Jan 17, 2011.
anyone have dimensions on this item so i can make my own? thanks.
6" long x 1" wide x 1/4" thick - there was one member who suggested taking a 6" long 1/2" socket extension and using to lock your primary. Tried it and works pretty good as well.
thanks. i'll grab a piece of flat stock at work in the a m.
ur welcome - the ends of the tool have a bevel on each side that taper down and give you just a tad under a 1/8" flat when looking at it from the end view perspective. I'd give it a 3/32" flat. FWIW
There should be pictures and measurements in this link.Primary Locking Tool - Archive - Harley Davidson Community
piece of 1"x4" or 2"x4". Worked for me.
I've used a piece of (soft) wood as well.
In my quest for making things easy, however, last time I took the thing apart I just stuffed an old towel in there - worked fine...
As in a piece of wood? I checked the price and HD wants about $50! Sheesh!
I should have read you post before replying to Bodeen. the IPad screen is too small.
I got this tip from somewhere on here.
Sneak into your kitchen, grab one of your thick plastic cutting bords..........start cutting.
2.89 at Dollar Tree
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