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Sportster Motorcycle Transmission, Clutch, Primary & Secondary Drive Transmission, Clutch and primary or secondary drive problems, advice, and/or how tos.

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Old 21st March 2007
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Default shifter drum part number

does anybody have the shifter drum part number my buell blast shifter drum broke and i think they are the same
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The shifter drum part# on my 02 Sporty is 33634-91. The description is "Shifter Drum Assembly"

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Confirmed: 33634-91 is the drum in a 2001 Blast also.

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Hi.
If you have to buy a new drum anyway and if it's the same for the blast as for the rigid mount XL or the Buell tubers, why don't you upgrade to the Baker smooth shifter drum?
There is no big difference in prices,but in shifting.



http://www.bakerdrivetrain.com/dialu...THSHIFTKIT.htm
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