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Old 08-28-2018, 11:09 AM   #1
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Question Water pump shaft brass bushing Part No. ?

Does anyone know the part number of the brass bushing pressed into the top engine case, for the water pump shaft and triple sprocket?

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. I had a look in my parts catalog but canít tell whatís brass


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Does this help at all


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Ya, I've studied every engine drawing and picture in the service manual and they all seem to omit that one pressed-in bushing. Weird.
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Ya, I've studied every engine drawing and picture in the service manual and they all seem to omit that one pressed-in bushing. Weird.
It's actually bronze. Pretty sure it (they) would need to be custom made at a machine shop. Not available from HD. What's wrong with yours, as in does it not spec out for clearances?
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Pretty sure it (they) would need to be custom made at a machine shop. Not available from HD. What's wrong with yours, as in does it not spec out for clearances?
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Mine got worn from oil contamination that went through the motor. A powder coating accident as it were, where media abrasives leached into the oil, seizing up the motor within minutes. Very nasty $$. Anyway, I'm gathering parts to put it back together, replacing everything that got damaged.

It's just this little bugger brass bushing that doesn't seem to show up on any exploded diagram or parts catalogue.
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Ya, I've studied every engine drawing and picture in the service manual and they all seem to omit that one pressed-in bushing. Weird.


Good luck , itís 2am where I am and Iíve got to get up at 5 am so I leave ya with it and check in later . All the best


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Mine got worn from oil contamination that went through the motor. A powder coating accident as it were, where media abrasives leached into the oil, seizing up the motor within minutes. Very nasty $$. Anyway, I'm gathering parts to put it back together, replacing everything that got damaged.

It's just this little bugger brass bushing that doesn't seem to show up on any exploded diagram or parts catalogue.
From what I see, custom made is the only real option.
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theres a number on the
bushes.24361-01k and24360-01k.not sure if availible seperately from case.
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theres a number on the
bushes.24361-01k and24360-01k.not sure if availible seperately from case.
Part number search brings nothing up.
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theres a number on the
bushes.24361-01k and24360-01k.not sure if availible seperately from case.
Looks like they possibly were at one time. Both numbers come up as "No longer available"
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Have your dealer run the #'s on the H-D dealer net search - you might luck out ! I've found some pretty difficult out of production parts and accessories in weird dealers across the country sitting on their shelf gathering dust - also ask Scott Fitzgerald and Ray Vreeland they may have a supplier or can whip you up a couple in the machine shop.
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Just spoke to a mate on the Gold Coast (QLD Australia ) and he says you definitely can buy this bushing from Harley . Or if no good heíll go thru his workshop as has a couple stashed away


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Just spoke to a mate on the Gold Coast (QLD Australia ) and he says you definitely can buy this bushing from Harley . Or if no good heíll go thru his workshop as has a couple stashed away


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Thanks Mc Vrod. Always good to know we Commonwealth peasants looking out for one another. My machine shop says he can fabricate one, so I'll see how that turns out. If not, I'll definitely take you up on that generous offer.

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Thanks Mc Vrod. Always good to know we Commonwealth peasants looking out for one another. My machine shop says he can fabricate one, so I'll see how that turns out. If not, I'll definitely take you up on that generous offer.

Cheers mate!
Could be cheaper to buy them if available unless you have bar laying around in the shop. Plus you won't need to decide on which bronze to use. I doubt factory replacements are plug and play. Most likely the ID will be slightly small, requiring a line ream to size them after pressing them in. No big deal for machinist. I take it the pump shaft is all marked up too.
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