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A very complete 3" wide primary belt drive kit that contains the belt, complete clutch, front and rear pulley, belt side guard, starter pinion housing, starter pinion gear and aluminum motorplates in chrome or polished finish, There are many 3" belt drive kits on the market, some even as complete as these, but none of them are so much value for so little money. For those that want to have it all an optional outboard bearing support kit can be ordered separately. But that's not all. Another option is the Auto Clutch, a semi-automatic clutch set up. When you install this Auto Clutch you can just put the bike into gear, pull your brake and let your clutch go. Then you can even release the front brake lever, but at idle your bike still won't move. As soon as you rev the engine your clutch will engage and the bike will start rolling. When you hit the brake in heavy traffic you can just leave the bike in gear without disengaging the clutch. Just open the throttle and ride away again.

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3" open belt drive kits for 1990 thru 2006 Softail
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Polished finish
Chrome finish
Optional parts
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Outboard bearing support kit, polished
Outboard bearing support kit, chrome
Auto-clutch kit for 3" belt drives
Front pulley offset inserts permit you to match your primary belt drive unit to your particular frame and drive line combination. Inserts come complete with matching crankshaft nut
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1/4" offset
1/2" offset
3/4" offset
1" offset
1 1/4" offset
1 1/2" offset
1 3/4" offset
2" offset
Replacement parts
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Starter jack shaft kit
Clutch plate kit
Belt
Mainshaft bearing

Recommended Retail Prices excluding sales tax.

Prices exclude shipping, import duties and installation.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Due to the wide application and fitting variations of primary and final belts, Zodiac can not accept any claim for warranty as, no matter how long they have been used and no matter what the defect is, belts are not covered by any manufacturer warranty. To avoid any complications we suggest that belts should be installed by a qualified mechanic.