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Does anyone know the HD Pn for the pushrod tubes that make adjusting pushrod length easier? They're supposed to have shorter lower ends that provide easier access to the adjust/lock nuts. Can't seem to locate them in the catalog...
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I believe they are a Screamin' Eagle part since they come with the pushrods. Colony makes them for the aftermarket too.
 

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SE sounds right...Need the actual numeric pn so I can order a set. I'm using the Crane Timesavers... Thought it would be wise to go with the better pushrod tubes to ease adjustment.
 

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Here's the part #'s from the Se High Peformance Quick-install adjustable pushrod instruction sheet. I assume this is what you're looking for:

Pushrod cover, lower (4) 17938-83
 

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Don't forget you'll need the longer retaining clips also I believe........
 

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If it's a TC install, the stock retaining clips are used just the lower ones are replaced with the ones in the pushrod kit.
 

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99 fxdx tc. i can't seem to find just the tube kit without buying the push rods et al. i already have rhe adjustable push rods. i just want an easier time of it adjusting the d##n things. any suggestions?:thanks: :thanks:
 

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DLRVelocity1 said:
Does anyone know the HD Pn for the pushrod tubes that make adjusting pushrod length easier? They're supposed to have shorter lower ends that provide easier access to the adjust/lock nuts. Can't seem to locate them in the catalog...
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Here's the instruction sheet for the SE pushrods. It list the part number for the shorter lower covers and longer clips.
 

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99 fxdx tc. i can't seem to find just the tube kit without buying the push rods et al. i already have rhe adjustable push rods. i just want an easier time of it adjusting the d##n things. any suggestions?:thanks: :thanks:
It's not a kit composed of tubes. Just order the part # above.

The adjustable pushrod kit also has these in it "Keeper, pushrod spring cover (4) 17634-99" but I'm not sure if they are absolutely necessary if you use the pushrod lower cover I mentioned above. The 17634-99 # is only $1.75 apiece.

Someone else may chime in that knows.
 
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