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BDL 34 Tooth Transmission Drive Pulley

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Description

BDL 34 Tooth Transmission Drive Pulley

• 34-Tooth

• 7075 super strong, yet lightweight aluminum transmission pulley weigh's about 1/3″ as much as stock pulleys for extended 5th gear bearing life

• Lighter weight means more horsepower to the rear wheel

• A wide selection of sizes permits fine tuning of final drive ratio

• Includes a retaining plate and shaft nut, with screws

Made In The USA This product was proudly made in the USA

Product Specs

Manufacturer Part Number: TP34

Material: Aluminum

Number of Teeth: 34-Tooth

Fitment

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Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:
5/5 based on 15 ratings

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Only one ride with new sprocket. Great ride on interstate, not hard to get going either.

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after ordering two different pulleys from other places and getting the wrong pulley both times I finally came back to J.P. and got the right part the first time why did I ever stray.

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great for big motors, helps to pull a little harder in 1st and second gears, drops rpm`s out on open roads

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Seems to be a good fit and works well.

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It fit great and it does drop the RPM"S like it says it will (by about 500 rpm's at 60 MPH), but it takes some getting used to because the sound is noticeably different. And it does improve the mileage; the reason I bought it!!!

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Hoping to get those top end improvements I've read about

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10% more speed, better fuel mileage still running at 3k RPM. A must for highway riders.

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I put this pulley on my ride and it seemed like my 5 speed became a 6 speed on the top end. On the bottom end I saw no change in torque. I run a 88 Twin Cam.

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surprising product very clean aluminium cast and so much lighter ! complete kit with screws and retainer and unexpected gearbox main shaft oil seal!!!! all was in place in a very short of time expect a very soon run for testing it

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Morning all, This front pulley on my 1990 FLHT made a world of difference it dropped the RPM's about 250 at 70 mph and less vibration and it feels like I'm in fifth gear for a change so it's all good. Installation was easy with a shop manual the beauty of this change was cheap. There is enough room for the rear wheel to move ahead and no need to change the belt either so it was a big money saving versus changing the rear pulley It takes about 3 hrs to do this as long as you have the proper wrenches and a couple of beers!

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