At first glance, a neat engine block owes its designer look to the engine covers: Point Cover and Derby Cover. Indeed, the Point Cover makes it possible to hide the breakers. Likewise, the Derby Cover conceals the clutch housing.
By the way, the English term “Derby” refers to bowler hats. Thus, the Derby Cover has this shape. Indeed, the clutch door was used on stamped sheet primary housings from 1936 thru 1964 (the Knucklehead, Hydra-Glide and Duo Glide).
Also, the release of the Electra in 1965 replaced the primary crankcase with a cast aluminum crankcase.
On the other hand, HolyDeath offers you different spare parts, such as:
Milwaukee 8 point cover
5 holes Derby cover ticket
Evo ticket derby cover
2 holes point cover
Finally, the clutch housing cover must match perfectly with the engine of your motorcycle, as well as original accessories and the appropriate wearing parts.
Derby cover clutch covers
Do you want to change the clutch cover on your Harley Davidson? Holy Death Shop offers you a wide choice of clutch covers and Derby Cover. Also, the mechanic shop sells spare parts to customize the clutch of your Harley Davidson motorcycle. Also, you will find engine covers adaptable to your H-D model. Besides, you can opt for high-quality Harley Davidson Derby covers. Thus, these are usually manufactured with the same precision as those of the original parts. This is because you will find different bolt patterns for all Harley models 5 Hole Dual Cam, 3 Hole Large Twin, 8 Hole Sportster.
Besides, hundreds of models are made in chrome or black to match the look of your two wheels.
On the other hand, the clutch cover varies depending on the motorcycle model. Thus, you will find engine covers with a different number of holes (points). Indeed, the transmission system varies according to the model.
Finally, you should always choose spare parts and accessories suitable for your motorcycle model. Indeed, a clutch cover for one model cannot fit another. Moreover, it is still the case for:
Motorcycle parts and protections: injection, carburetor, spark plugs (spark plug), belt, cooling, rocker cover, derby cover ...
Interior, chassis, rims and tires, hubcap, grips, handlebars, mudguards
Brakes and brakes: plate holder, brake discs, brake pads, and brake lever, front brake
Shock absorbers, suspensions, and bearings
Screws: nut, end piece, screw, etc.
Oil filters, air filter
Flashing, taillights, headlights, mirrors ...
Changing the clutch cover on Harley Davidson motorcycles
First, you need to provide a replacement gasket for changing your clutch cover. Thus, this seal guarantees the tightness of the hatch. However, also consider tilting your motorcycle to the right so that the oil can be removed while the change is taking place. You can also drain before changing your cover.
On the other hand, a used Harley is still going through some necessary checks. Indeed, you must inspect the primary ring gear carried by the clutch visible through the Derby Cover. Indeed, this access door to the adjustment of the tension of the clutch cable makes it possible to evaluate the degree of fatigue of the motorcycle. Teeth in the shape of "wolf fangs" thus indicate high mileage and therefore tired mechanics.
In short, a careful rider will also look at the condition of the exhaust line (manifold, silencer, muffler) as well as the gaskets and end caps.