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techtalk:ih:body04 [2018/04/18 01:35]
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hippysmack [Shift Lever]
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 ===== Foot Controls ===== ===== Foot Controls =====
 +It is very difficult to find forward controls for 79-on IronHeads. ((IronMick of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​p=3404986&​highlight=forwards#​post3404986)) \\
 +Whatever you get they must mount between the front exhaust and the case, not in front of the front exhaust. \\
 +It is unlikely that you would find some specific for your model. \\
 +You will most likely have to get something and modify them. \\
  
-===== Sub-Documents =====+See also [[techtalk:​ref:​body01|Foot Controls, Pegs, Kickstand]] in the REF section of the Sportsterpedia for foot control and peg mods. \\
  
-* . . . [[techtalk:​ih:​body04a|1986 to 2003 forward controls modified to fit a 1980 frame]] 
  
-. . . [[techtalk:​ih:​body04b|Gun barrel spacer for shifter linkage on 1979 Roadster]]+|  Forwards on a 1974 XLH ((photos by shinerrider of the XL:FORUM® http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1834828&​page=3)) ​ || 
 +|{{:​techtalk:​ih:​body:​forwards_on_1974_xlh_1_by_shrinerrider.jpg?​direct&​300|}}|{{:​techtalk:​ih:​body:​forwards_on_1974_xlh_2_by_shrinerrider.jpg?​direct&​300|}}|
  
 +===== Shift Lever =====
 +1957-1974 shifter shafts had no splines. ((Moon Wolf of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=2069707&​highlight=forwards&​page=3)) \\
  
 +Non splined levers: \\
 +The levers are designed to slip to protect the transmission. ((Moon Wolf of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​p=5675360&​highlight=forwards#​post5675360)) \\
 +On early Ks the shaft is splined, but the early transmissions broke a lot and in some cases as a result of down force on the shift lever. \\
 +The smooth shaft that allows the lever to slip is supposedly one the fixes Harley implemented to address that problem. \\
  
 +If you have slippage on a non splined shift lever, you can get a needle from a U joint, mic it and get a drill bit that size. ((72 Ironhead XLH of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​p=5675360&​highlight=forwards#​post5675360)) \\
 +Then put the lever in the position you want, drill a hole horizontally,​ not vertically, insert the pin and tighten the bolt. \\
  
 +You can also drill and tap for machine set screw vertical or horizontal. ((bustert of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​p=5675360&​highlight=forwards#​post5675360)) \\
  
-|  Forwards ​on a 1974 XLH ((photos by shinerrider ​of the XL:​FORUM® ​http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1834828&page=3))  || +There'​s no drilling / tapping required if you used a cutting wheel on a 4""​ angle grinder to make the horizontal gap in the lever wider. ​((brucstoudt ​of the XLFORUM ​http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​p=5675360&highlight=forwards#​post5675360)) \\ 
-|{{:​techtalk:​ih:​body:​forwards_on_1974_xlh_1_by_shrinerrider.jpg?​direct&​400|}}|{{:​techtalk:​ih:​body:​forwards_on_1974_xlh_2_by_shrinerrider.jpg?​direct&​400|}}| +This allows the bolt to compress the area around the shifter shaft tighter\\ 
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