When we built up the motor on our ’89 FLHS, we also added a six-speed tranny from Rivera Primo. As we were getting ready to bolt the 21-year-old belt and drive pulley back on the bike, it dawned on us that doing so probably wasn’t a good idea. Instead of getting a replacement belt, we decided to give 3-Guyz a call. We ordered up one of its 630 chaindrive kits ($435) that comes with a machined steel transmission sprocket, a locking transmission nut, a billet aluminum rear sprocket, a rear sprocket spacer, an O-ring chain, and all necessary hardware. 01. The kit came delivered to us with everything needed to outfit our old bagger with a chain final drive. 01. The kit came delivered to us with everything needed to outfit our old bagger with a c Using a chain over a belt for a final drive has its pros and cons, but being able to fix a snapped chain while stuck on the side of the road instead of being stranded by a belt was the topper for us. And let’s face it, chains just look cooler. The off-the-shelf kit comes complete with everything needed to convert just about any belt-driven Harley-Davidson. If different offsets are needed for custom applications such as funky frames or a large rear tire, 3-Guyz will custom-make it for you. While our bike was at Harley-Davidson of Anaheim-Fullerton getting the engine and trans installed, our dedicated technician, Kevin, also did the honors of installing this belt-to-chain kit for us. Here’s how it went. HB 02. With a refreshed powerplant and new transmission, we didn’t want to put the antiquated OE belt and pulley on it. 02. With a refreshed powerplant and new transmission, we didn’t want to put the antiquate 03. The 3-Guyz transmission sprocket was placed on the transmission shaft and checked for any tolerance issues. 03. The 3-Guyz transmission sprocket was placed on the transmission shaft and checked for 04. With both components being completely compatible, Kevin carefully spun on the supplied locking transmission nut with an impact gun. 04. With both components being completely compatible, Kevin carefully spun on the supplie 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article By Jeff G. Holt Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!