marinatlas wrote:Hi again, that could be a bit more complex than just swapping bits, because: the left shift aka 850MK3, has a fixed tranny and so as you cannot play with the primary chain tension anymore by moving the gearbox , you will need an automatic primary chain tensionner (un less going to a belt.......?), as told you I have most of the visible parts (covers and few ratchets) but then after.............it's , i am afraid ,another story.........if you don't know , where you are going , my mind will advise you to keep on right shifting.
But lilbill intends to fit this Commando gearbox to a Harley 45.
So to convert a right side shift Commando gearbox to left side operation should be a matter of fitting the MkIII inner and outer covers and all other specific MkIII parts, which must include the (065150) oval shaped knuckle pin roller.
The MkIII quadrant (065148) also has a shorter spindle and is retained by a circlip instead of a bolt to allow clearance for the MkIII shaft and coupling sleeve.
lilbill, note that the MkIII gearchange shaft (pawl carrier) is angled backwards slightly from right to left, it is not aligned squarely across the frame, which you may need to allow for when making up a cross shaft linkage.