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V-Twin Motor Shop 4-Speed Transmission

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J&P Part: 630-372

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Description

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V-Twin Motor Shop 4-Speed Transmission

• Includes cast case, internal parts, kicker cover and components, clutch rod, throw out bearing, natural finish top with chrome dust cover, arm, mount studs, clutch hub nut, seal and key

• 3.00 ratio rachet-top style

• Feature original style aluminum kick cover and early 1-piece black kick arm for kick-start only

• Ratchet top

Product Specs

  • Applicable Transmission Speed: 4 Speed
  • Drive Side: Left
  • Finish: Cast
  • Includes Kicker: Yes
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 17-0026
  • Sold in Units: Each

Fitment

Harley-Davidson® Models

  • Duo Glide FLH : 1955–1964
  • Duo Glide FLHF : 1958–1964
  • E : 1936–1950
  • EL : 1936–1952
  • ELF : 1952
  • ELP : 1949
  • ELS : 1951–1952
  • EP : 1949
  • ES : 1936–1950
  • FL : 1941–1964
  • FLE : 1953–1956
  • FLEF : 1953–1956
  • FLF : 1952–1964
  • FP : 1949
  • FS : 1941–1950
  • Hydra Glide FLHF : 1955–1957
  • Hydra Glide FLS : 1951–1952
  • Knucklehead FL : 1942–1947
  • Panhead FL : 1948–1950
  • Police Model FLP : 1949
  • U : 1937–1948
  • UH : 1937–1941
  • UHS : 1937–1941
  • UL : 1937–1948
  • ULH : 1937–1941
  • US : 1937–1948

Customer Reviews

  Posted:

Looks like the original, performs well, but needed a trip back to the factory for the correct speedometer drive gear (NOT 2/1 as stated) and a bent kicker. J & P was extremely helpful and performed all repairs without further expense on my part. Second try seems to be working well.

  Posted:

Fits and looks like the original. Shifts very well. However, the kicker arm is not straight (which causes exhaust clearance problems), and the new style clutch release rod isn't as long as the original (which causes clutch adjustment problems with the hand clutch) on a '52 FL. Also, since this model has a 1:1 speedometer drive and the speedometer is now reading about half, it appears I have a 2:1 speedometer drive. Any chance I can get the correct drive unit?

Important Product Notes

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