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1293 Pivot bearing remover Use this tool to remove and install all Softail swing arm pivot bearings. This tool may also be used to remove and install the spherical bearing on Springer front fenders. This tool will remove and install the bearings straight and true, without any damage. 53-0747 Use a Big Twin 1984-present FXST models, or any after markets swingarm that uses H.D.™ Bearing number 9076. Also use on Big Twin 1997 2002 & 2004-present Springer Softails. Front Fenders that use H.D.™ Bearing number 9194. Fork stem bearing remover Use this tool to remover the lower fork stem (triple Clamp) tapered bearing. 53-0746 Use on all lower fork stems that use an H.D.™ number 48300-60 style bearing. Order Jims™ hard end cap, NO1048 when using an early XL 1954 to 77 Pulley lock tool Sportster Sprocket Locker Tool Use this tool to lock the final drive sprocket when removing and installing the sprocket nut. 53-0809 For use on all Sportsters 1991-present. “EVO” case boring tool The new JIMS™ EVO case boring tool takes all the guess work out of boring the engine case cylinder spigot bore. You can bore any EVO style case (H.D.™ or aftermarket) having a stock size cylinder stud bolt pattern. Stock 80” EVO has a 3.5” cylinder bore. For Example: • Tool with bore any EVO style engine case with stock bolt pattern, up to 3.8125". This tool can be used with a heavy duty 15" drill press. Simply locate and affix the tool to a 15" drill press, install the precision boring cuter fixture (Utilizing the stock Cylinder Stud Holes), set the RPM and depth - start Boring. 53-0749 Use on 1984 to 1999 EVO style engine cases. Bore from stock bore size to 3.8125” bore size. Will work with aftermarket engine cases that utilize stock bore size up to 3.8125” *Special order only Onboard diagnostic voltmeter Like all modern motor vehicles, Harley-Davidson® motorcycles are much more dependent upon their electrical charging systems. Electronic fuel injection systems with high pressure fuel pumps, audio, GPS / Navigation and more powerful lights that are on whenever the motorcycle is operating, add significantly to electrical demands. Charging system failure can be more than an inconvenience, so it makes sense to take preventative measures. JIMS® new Onboard Diagnostic Voltmeter attaches easily to the battery and can be quickly viewed to spot potential charging system and battery problems. For all 6 or 12 volt battery and charging systems. 53-2740


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