World's Largest Aftermarket Motorcycle Parts and Accessories Superstore!

Menu

Shop Discounted Brands!
Shop Discounted Brands!

J&P Cycles® Primary Drive Lock

Product may vary from photo(s).

Everyday Low Price: $49.99

Gold Club Price: What's This? The Gold Club is our premier membership program. For most items members receive 10% off every day, plus exclusive sales and benefits just for members. More Info $44.99

J&P Part: 9300021

Rating: Read Reviews

– Order in the next to ship today.

Description

J&P Cycles® Primary Drive Lock

• Black Delrin plastic tool wedges between the primary chain and motor sprocket

Important Product Notes

Product Specs

Manufacturer Part Number: 2234

Material: Delrin® Plastic

Sold in Units: Each

Fitment

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:
5/5 based on 25 ratings

5 by

Been needing this tool

5 by

Cheaper an better than Harley

5 by

VERY GOOD

5 by

Works like advertised

5 by

Make life a lot easier, a must have when working on the primary very happy

1 by

as i had fugured.... good for the low torque but no good for any real use, so wasn't the $$ for me.....

5 by

I love this tool!!! It is very well made and works great!! I no longer fight with primary's when I'm working on my bikes :-) it was worth the purchase!!!'

4 by

Met my expectations.

5 by

works well, just a little pricey.

5 by

Money well spent.

5 by

WORKS - what MORE can I say? Beats the pine 2" X 4" that I had been using ;-). A+! Should have spent the $$$$$ years ago.

5 by

Works better than a block of wood...

5 by

Great product, fits well.

5 by

works great!

5 by

This product performs great!

5 by

Handy little bugger!

3 by

It says it is for "any primary" it really means any chain primary. It flexes into a belt and does not give you a good solid stop. A "jam bar" works better on belt drives.

4 by

Beats sticking a hammer handle in there!

5 by

This is one of those "must-have" tools for anybody doing clutch/primary work. I bought this tool to help with an auto-tensioner install. Sure beats the "cram the rag" trick. I've even seen guys use screwdrivers jammed between the starter ring-gears! Don't do it! Why risk ruining your gears when you can buy this inexpensive tool? It's a no-brainer.

Load More Reviews
Live Help

Get Help From Our Industry Experts

Call Us 24/7 1-800-318-4823

Help / FAQs