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Old 10-29-2019, 01:29 PM   #31
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Off hand don't have the dimensions but it's metric, not inch size. A bit snugger then stock o-ring and needs a touch of grease to slide into the hole in the head. Brown in color but viton comes in many colors. In a pinch Buna will work since the head on a v rod doesn't get really hot anyway. Viton just handles heat better.
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Thanks, Ron. I found some metric Viton o-rings on Ebay and ordered a couple of different dimensions. I will report back my findings.
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Old 10-29-2019, 08:21 PM   #32
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Along with the new o-ring I would replace the "pressure" clamp that holds the bullet tube into the bottom of the air box. I used a hose clamp so once I pushed the air box on to the tube I then tightened the bottom of the airbox down and then tightened the hose clamp. The pressure of the clamp on the tube holds it in place.
The newer V-Rods do not use a clamp to keep the hose in place. It depends on pressure from the air box bottom cover.
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Old 10-30-2019, 04:07 PM   #33
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The newer V-Rods do not use a clamp to keep the hose in place. It depends on pressure from the air box bottom cover.
Correct. I think a lot of issues is how it's installed. Bullet with O-ring must go in the head first, then the airbox over it. Both should be a snug fit even with a tad of lube for the slip fits.
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Ron,
Agreed. If the bullet, with O-ring, does not snap into place on the cam cover then the O-ring needs replacing. I have never had any problems with the HD supplied O-ring.
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Old 11-02-2019, 03:31 PM   #35
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Does anyone have the actual P/N or size of the o-ring? I’d like to have one on hand, instead of pulling it out to measure it.

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Old 11-02-2019, 07:41 PM   #36
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This post is in error. Please see post #42 for the correct information
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Old 11-03-2019, 08:00 AM   #37
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11392K 1250CC engines. Can't help on physical characteristics. Can't be more than a Dollar.

Thanks for the P/N. The local dealer’s parts dept acts like it’s a big inconvenience to look up parts in their system.
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Old 11-06-2019, 07:43 PM   #38
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EDIT—-THIS INFO IS INCORRECT

Explained in later posting.


Ok, I went to the dealer and bought a couple. Not sure of the material, if it’s Buna-N or Viton. But I have measured them and have a definite size designation. They’re metric and are called out as 2 X 9.5. So, if you have a source of Viton o-rings, just ask for a 2 X 9.5 and you’ll be good.

If you want the actual measured size in inches, it’s .374 ID, .531 OD, and .078 cross section.

Hope this helps.
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Those o-ring dimensions sure seem different from what I used! The metric Viton o-ring ordered from Ebay that best matched the OEM o-ring had these dimensions: 11 mm inner diameter, 16 mm outer diameter, 2.5 mm cross section thickness
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Those o-ring dimensions sure seem different from what I used! The metric Viton o-ring ordered from Ebay that best matched the OEM o-ring had these dimensions: 11 mm inner diameter, 16 mm outer diameter, 2.5 mm cross section thickness
@uzun. You are correct. My info above was wrong. I went with the P/N provided by RustyG, which agreed with the P/N provided by the local HD service dept.

When I went to install the o-ring today, I found out that the 11392K is much too small. The smaller ring in the attached photo is the 11392K. You can read the package where it says O-ring, breather.
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Old 11-08-2019, 07:19 PM   #41
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@uzun. You are correct. My info above was wrong. I went with the P/N provided by RustyG, which agreed with the P/N provided by the local HD service dept.

When I went to install the o-ring today, I found out that the 11392K is much too small. The smaller ring in the attached photo is the 11392K. You can read the package where it says O-ring, breather.
That is strange. What year is your bike?

The parts diagram is showing the part number as 11391K and NOT 11392K for my 2013 VRSCDX. The o-ring size might have been different for some of the earlier model years.

See item#8 in the following link for 2013 VRSCDX:

http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....20AND%20VALVES

You can also look up the part number for everything on your bike at the above link. First, click on the "Harley Davidson Street Bike Model List" link, located toward the top of the left column and then choose the exact year and model of your bike.

Good luck!

EDIT: I believe you have got a 2008 VRSCAW, according to one of your earlier posts. It seems the part number is still 11391K for that year.

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Old 11-08-2019, 07:54 PM   #42
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OK all Screwed up. Found another page in the parts catalog that describes the O-Ring and breather tube.
Page 8 and 9 Shows O-Ring as 11391K and breather tube as 29601-05K both are listed as "ALL" fitment.
Pages 16 and 17, God only knows what that pair are describing. This is what I used as my original reference
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Old 11-08-2019, 09:11 PM   #43
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I've got the front bullet o ring as 11391K and the rear breather fitting o ring as 11392K. Front bullet is 29601-05K and rear breather fitting with o ring is 63654-04K
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