I've not seen a Harley crank shipping crate but you could certainly make
one from some 2X4's and a little plywood.
Back in my manufacturing days we'd fab up a box to ship that kind of stuff
our for repair. Since the flywheel is already heavy, making the crate light
is not an issue. You want it to be strong enough to protect your crank on
the way back home.
Someone ought to have a pic of one.
Ok; Here's the deal: '07 RoadKing Classic,12K miles. Screaming Eagle slip ons, A/C, Race tuned with SE Pro Supertuner, SE 254e cams,SE comp. Has started & run perfectly for the last 10 years; never a glitch. Today started bike cold & idling in the driveway while I helmeted up. After running...
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So my left side rear view mirror just will not stay in place, its not the post, that doesn't move its the mirror swivel, I can get to lock this in place, there's no bolts or anything to tighten just on a ball swivel?