DERBY COVER KIT
J036542019-08-21
Table 1. General Information
Kits
Suggested Tools
Skill Level(1)
Time
25125-04A, 25127-04A, 25130-04A, 25333-10, 25341-10, 25343-04A, 25383-04A, 25384-04A, 25440-04A, 25700063, 25700131, 25700255, 25700257, 25700506, 25700541, 25700517, 25700744, 25701021, 25701061
Safety Glasses, Torque Wrench
1 h
(1) Tightening to torque value or other moderate tools and techniques required
KIT CONTENTS
Figure 1. Kit Contents: Derby Cover Components
Table 2. Kit Contents: Derby Cover Components
Item
Qty
Description
Part No.
Notes
1
1
Derby cover
Not sold separately
2
6
Screws (Kit 25701061)
9461
Screws (Kits 25700517, 25700744)
10200436
Screws (Kits 25701021, 25701020)
10200815
3
6
Washer
9600
Washer (Kits 25700517, 25700744, 25701021)
10300103
NOTE
Verify all contents are present in the kit before installing or removing items from vehicle.
GENERAL
Models
For model fitment information, please see the P&A Retail Catalog or the Parts and Accessories section of www.harley-davidson.com (English only).
Ensure you are using the most current version of the instruction sheet which is available at: www.harley-davidson.com/isheets
Contact Harley-Davidson Customer Support Center at 1-800-258-2464 (U.S. only) or 1-414-343-4056.
Installation Requirements
WARNING
Rider and passenger safety depend upon the correct installation of this kit. Use the appropriate service manual procedures. If the procedure is not within your capabilities or you do not have the correct tools, have a Harley-Davidson dealer perform the installation. Improper installation of this kit could result in death or serious injury. (00333b)
REMOVE
NOTE
On models without forward controls, it may be necessary to remove the left footpeg bracket for removal and installation of the derby cover (clutch inspection cover).
1. If necessary, remove left footpeg bracket. See service manual.
2. Remove Original Equipment (OE) screws and washers that secure derby cover. Discard.
3. Remove the OE cover.
INSTALL
1. Inspect quad ring gasket and replace if necessary. Verify quad ring is properly seated in groove of primary cover.
2. Install new cover (1) and secure with screws (2) and washers (3).
3. See Figure 2. Tighten screws in a star pattern.
Torque: 9.5–12.2 N·m (84–108 in-lbs)
4. If the left footpeg bracket was removed in step 1, see the service manual and install the left footpeg bracket.
5. Run engine. Check for lubricant leaks.
SPECIAL CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Kit 25701061: Bare Aluminum wheel Protectant Wipes Part No. 93600063 can be applied to "RideFree" text for added corrosion protection.
All Kits (except 25701061): This derby cover is black, or chrome-plated with paint filled accents.
NOTE
To prevent damage to the cover surface, do not use any detergents, chemical solvents, polishes or abrasive cleaning agents.
To keep this surface in the best condition, lightly wipe with a MICROFIBER DETAILING CLOTH (94663-02) using clear water or a mild Harley-Davidson cleaner such as:
NOTE
These cleaners are available from a Harley-Davidson dealer.
CARE AND CLEANING GUIDELINES FOR BRASS PARTS
Cleaning Instructions
  1. Verify part is dry and free of dirt or debris.
  2. Place a small amount of Harley-Davidson® Chrome Clean & Shine on a microfiber cloth or detailing swab.
  3. Using light pressure, rub the brass parts with the microfiber cloth. For hard to reach places or grooves, use the detailing swab.
Obtaining a Bright Finish
Brass parts will naturally age and darken with time. If a bright brass finish is preferred, place some Harley-Davidson Bare Metal Polish on a microfiber cloth and lightly rub on the brass parts until they reach the desired brightness.
Slowing the Natural Aging Process
To slow the aging process of the brass parts, place a small amount of Harley-Davidson Glaze Poly Sealant on a microfiber cloth or detailing swab, and lightly rub on the parts until the sealant has soaked in.
Precautions
  • Use of non-recommended cleaning, polishing and protective products will result in the removal of the aged finish from the brass parts.
  • Prolonged contact with certain items (hands, gloves, boots, dust, etc.) and exposure to the elements will also alter all surface finishes and is NOT considered a defect.
  • Avoid cleaning parts with abrasive and aggressive chemicals and abrasive cleaning pads.
  • Avoid ammoniated products and bleach.
  • Prolonged exposure to water will alter the brass finish. Wipe down parts after contact with water.
  • Excess rubbing may lighten the surface appearance of the part.
Figure 2. Clutch Inspection Cover Torque Sequence
CARE AND CLEANING GUIDELINES FOR BRASS PARTS
Cleaning Instructions
  1. Verify part is dry and free of dirt or debris.
  2. Place a small amount of Harley-Davidson® Chrome Clean & Shine on a microfiber cloth or detailing swab.
  3. Using light pressure, rub the brass parts with the microfiber cloth. For hard to reach places or grooves, use the detailing swab.
Obtaining a Bright Finish
Brass parts will naturally age and darken with time. If a bright brass finish is preferred, place some Harley-Davidson Bare Metal Polish on a microfiber cloth and lightly rub on the brass parts until they reach the desired brightness.
Slowing the Natural Aging Process
To slow the aging process of the brass parts, place a small amount of Harley-Davidson Glaze Poly Sealant on a microfiber cloth or detailing swab, and lightly rub on the parts until the sealant has soaked in.
Precautions
  • Use of non-recommended cleaning, polishing and protective products will result in the removal of the aged finish from the brass parts.
  • Prolonged contact with certain items (hands, gloves, boots, dust, etc.) and exposure to the elements will also alter all surface finishes and is NOT considered a defect.
  • Avoid cleaning parts with abrasive and aggressive chemicals and abrasive cleaning pads.
  • Avoid ammoniated products and bleach.
  • Prolonged exposure to water will alter the brass finish. Wipe down parts after contact with water.
  • Excess rubbing may lighten the surface appearance of the part.