I have seen that, nice but I just prefer the sheetmetal stuff.
On the 1-1/2" belts...They should work in the tins...I keep seeing ads for 1 1/2" belt drives, will that work?
Doc Brown left the keys in his DeLorean ....Alright were did you score the infamous speed-e-shift
They do make the inner for 65-69 motors...thanks.
I'd like to switch to a tin primary, on my 1967 FL, with keeping the compensating sprocket, and the primary chain to limit the cost of that update.
Will the tin primary inner and outer be enough "rigid" or "solid" to support the transmission, compared to the stock inner and outer?
Is there anything specific I should be aware off for that change?
What's the list of parts I should order to be ok?
You could use a stock transmission plate. What year is your trans? If it's an early one then you don't need a bearing support.I just remembered I have the wrong trans plate on my '48 wishbone frame. What do you suggest for an adjustable? Should I get a bearing support as well?
If your trans is 64 and back....It will have a adjuster screw at the back on the right side of the tranny....It is casted in and has been threaded...I just remembered I have the wrong trans plate on my '48 wishbone frame. What do you suggest for an adjustable? Should I get a bearing support as well?
Yes, seems to me it's the #753L innerThey do make the inner for 65-69 motors...
A Transmission Main-shaft bearing support would be a grand idea ...Also a trans mounting plate that would allow you to adjust the chain tension ....
Don't worry about your English .....I know two languish.....English and Bad English.... I'm sure we will fit you somewhere in the middle of the two....Yes, seems to me it's the #753L inner
does it bolt to any of the outer, not much explanation on the catalog... (beside with or without the compensating sprocket)
Yes it will bolt to any of the outer covers...
If you was going to run the solid motor sprocket and do away with the compensator, you can run the 54 and back outer cover...
"a trans mounting plate that would allow you to adjust the chain tension" do you mean I can't use my actual chain tensionner in the middle of the primary chain?
The chain tension-er will be history when you use the tins .... It will only work on the Beefy Alum. inner....
What is the "Transmission Main-shaft bearing support" ? Maybe it's because of my english or my poor mechanic skills but I don't see what is this part...
http://www.hark.com/clips/pjgtbwtssn-what-choo-talkin-bout-willisHas anybody seen a someone do a tin outer primary with no inner? I'm thinking just some brackets fabbed up. Obviously with a belt it doesn't need to be sealed. guess by this approach you could also run tin primaries on cone shovels too.
Just an idea