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 ===== Sub-Documents ===== ===== Sub-Documents =====
   * [[techtalk:​ih:​engmech01a|Sprocket Cover Dowel Hole (Case) Repair]]   * [[techtalk:​ih:​engmech01a|Sprocket Cover Dowel Hole (Case) Repair]]
-  * [[techtalk:ih:engmech01b|Drain Plugs Explained]] +  * [[techtalk:ref:oil01#​sportster_drain_plugs_explained|Sportster ​Drain Plugs Explained]] 
-  * [[techtalk:​ref:​engmech01e|Installing a Helicoil on a Drain Plug with the Engine in the Frame]]+  * [[techtalk:​ref:​engmech01e|Tapping or Installing a Helicoil on a Drain Plug with the Engine in the Frame]]
  
 +===== Gearcase / Cam Cover =====
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 +|  Cam Cover (casting 25202-52A) ((photo by ironheadjunkie of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1421916&​page=2)) ​ |
 +|{{:​techtalk:​ih:​engmech:​cam_cover_1_25202-52a_by_ironheadjunkie.jpg?​direct&​300|}}|
 ====== Flywheel ====== ====== Flywheel ======
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-  * In May of 1981, the MoCo issued a bulletin stating that product and quality improvements have brought about a commonized flywheel taper design. All tapers ​have were communized at 6° and all keyways were standardized. In June of 1981, an update to this bulletin was issued to include part numbers. ((HD Service Bulletin #M-829 dated May 19, 1981)) ((HD Service Bulletin #M-829A dated June 12, 1981))+  * In May of 1981, the MoCo issued a bulletin stating that product and quality improvements have brought about a commonized flywheel taper design. ​\\ 
 +All tapers were communized at 6° and all keyways were standardized. ​\\ 
 +In June of 1981, an update to this bulletin was issued to include part numbers. ((HD Service Bulletin #M-829 dated May 19, 1981)) ((HD Service Bulletin #M-829A dated June 12, 1981))
   * A limited number of E1982 XL engines (782216009-782237017) were assembled without the communized flywheel taper design. ((HD Service Bulletin #M-840 dated October 2, 1981))   * A limited number of E1982 XL engines (782216009-782237017) were assembled without the communized flywheel taper design. ((HD Service Bulletin #M-840 dated October 2, 1981))
     * Notable component changes are included in the chart below. ​     * Notable component changes are included in the chart below. ​
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   * If you've split the cases and the screen is in good shape, you don't have to take it out. Hit it with some compressed air and see if it needs replacing. ((BuckIRyder of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=357456&​highlight=xlch+strainer)) ​   * If you've split the cases and the screen is in good shape, you don't have to take it out. Hit it with some compressed air and see if it needs replacing. ((BuckIRyder of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=357456&​highlight=xlch+strainer)) ​
  
-{{:​techtalk:​ih:​engmech:​crankcase_oil_strainer_by_happy_bob.jpg?​direct&​400|}} ((photo by Happy Bob of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=357456&​highlight=xlch+strainer)) \\ The strainer is held in place by this pin. It is staked into place with the two horizontal lines radiating from the it. To remove strainer, you must first remove the pin. Tear the screen from the strainer and place pliers on the pin inside (the now destroyed strainer) and wiggle the pin out. Strainers and strainer gaskets are available for replacement. ((Hillclimb68xlch of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=357456&​highlight=xlch+strainer))+{{:​techtalk:​ih:​engmech:​crankcase_oil_strainer_by_happy_bob.jpg?​direct&​400|}} ((photo by Happy Bob of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=357456&​highlight=xlch+strainer)) {{:​techtalk:​ih:​engmech:​oil_screen_on_75_model_by_betasom.jpg?​direct&​400|}} ((photo by betasom of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1856189)) \\ The strainer is held in place by this pin. It is staked into place with the two horizontal lines radiating from the it. To remove strainer, you must first remove the pin. Tear the screen from the strainer and place pliers on the pin inside (the now destroyed strainer) and wiggle the pin out. Strainers and strainer gaskets are available for replacement. ((Hillclimb68xlch of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=357456&​highlight=xlch+strainer))