Jockey Shift For Hydraulic Clutch

icm1icm21Hot from the CNC machine and just landing here from Sweden, a new quite good looking jockey shift with integrated lever for hydraulic operation.

The jokey shift comes as a complete kit with a mounting braket utilizing the rear engine mount for big twins(not Twin cam),and steel braided hydraulic clutch line.

You can call Martin in Sweden on my behalf: Tel  +46 (0)70 648 87 47. Fax: 46 (0)141 407 36, or visit ICM

Zipper's

22 Responses to “Jockey Shift For Hydraulic Clutch”


  1. 1 THUG CUSTOM CYCLES Apr 11th, 2009 at 12:59 pm

    NOW THATS A NICE PIECE…. TO BAD ITS NOT AMERICAN…… BUT STILL BAD ASS!!!

  2. 2 J Apr 11th, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    Sweet piece- how about a grenade next?

  3. 3 caps locked Apr 12th, 2009 at 6:38 am

    Thug Still dont know where the Caps Lock Key is………………….

  4. 4 Rodent Apr 12th, 2009 at 8:34 am

    If it ain’t USA made then it ain’t made with bailout bucks.

  5. 5 THUG CUSTOM CYCLES Apr 12th, 2009 at 8:47 am

    HEY CAPS LOCKED .. I KNOW WHERE IT IS .. I JUST DONT CARE!! ARE YOU THE CAP LOCK COP?

  6. 6 bigalyts Apr 12th, 2009 at 10:51 am

    Now that will get the Money, I bet Thug wull get 5 large to install this piece! Eh!

  7. 7 Caps Locked Apr 12th, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    IM SURE THATS THE WAY YOU RUN YOUR BUSINESS AS WELL, YOU JUST DONT CARE. IM SURE YOU WILL MAKE IT WELL INTO THE FUTURE WITH THAT ATTITUDE, YOU ASS. BE CAREFUL HOW YOU PRESENT YOURSELF IN PUBLIC YOU JERK OFF, WHAT PEOPLE PERCEIVE YOU TO BE IS WHAT YOU ARE.

    per⋅ceive   /pərˈsiv/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [per-seev] Show IPA
    –verb (used with object), -ceived, -ceiv⋅ing.
    1. to become aware of, know, or identify by means of the senses: I perceived an object looming through the mist.
    2. to recognize, discern, envision, or understand: I perceive a note of sarcasm in your voice. This is a nice idea but I perceive difficulties in putting it into practice.

  8. 8 Jeff Nicklus Apr 12th, 2009 at 6:37 pm

    Been there …. done that!

    Over & Out,

    Jeff

  9. 9 THUG CUSTOM CYCLES Apr 13th, 2009 at 7:26 am

    anytime cap crap!!! SORRY THAT BETTER !! CAP CRAP!!!

  10. 10 biker bob Apr 13th, 2009 at 8:25 am

    Tim Edmundson formerly of AIH built a show blue show chopper in 2001 and made the shifter a sword with the clutch handle in the same position, he chromed it and knurled the handle. I thought it was pretty innovative at the time, he told me that it was his idea. I had never seen it done before, Jeff, you have any information on it being done before 2001?

  11. 11 Jeff Nicklus Apr 13th, 2009 at 9:18 am

    Biker Bob,

    I did a bike for Auto Zone in 1999 with a Hydraulic clutch jockey shift …. in fact I also designed the hydraulic trans slave unit, for use with the jockey shift, that we still use today as a standard item on all Desperado’s. I personally am not a fan of the jockey shift; however, both my unit and Tim’s unit did work well, as I am sure the displayed unit will do as well.

    Over and Out,

    Jeff

  12. 12 Anders Apr 13th, 2009 at 3:30 pm

    Does it matter were the part is made??? All the ICM parts is made since 1998, but are tested for a very long time before the crowd can reach there hands on it. I think there is to many of you out there with to big egos and to small brains . Why cant you just confess that this is just another amazing product from Sweden that not just look incredible nice, it works just that good as it looks to. There is no other words than – Swedish craftmanship………

  13. 13 Jeff Nicklus Apr 14th, 2009 at 9:18 am

    Anders,

    Please refresh my memory … what are a few of the engineering marvels generated from Sweden ….. other than some mighty fine looking women!

    Over & Out,

    Jeff

  14. 14 Bull Apr 14th, 2009 at 2:46 pm

    Well, I’ll try.. and there are quite a few actually… I’ve limited myself to “engineering marvels” that might, just might, be known to you in the land of the free and the home of the brave.

    Adjustable Spanner/Johan Petter Johansson/1892
    Bearing/Carl Winqvist/1907
    Blowtorch/Carl Richard Nyberg/1882
    Bluetooth/Ericsson/1997
    Cellphonesystem/Ericsson/1958
    Coca-Cola design/Alexander Samuelsson/1915
    Computer mouse, color comp.color Graphics/Håkan Lans
    Dynamite/Alfred Nobel/1865
    Gamma Knife/Prof.Leskell and Prof.Larsson
    Hydraulic Rock Drill/Viggo Romell/Atlas Copco
    Hasselblad Camara/Victor Hasselblad/1941
    Jas 39 Gripen/SAAB Aerosystem/1988
    Lighthouses/Automatic/Gustav Dalen/1912
    Milking Maching/Gustav De Laval
    Pacemaker/Rune Elmqvist/1958
    Pipe Wrench/Johan Petter Johansson/1888
    Position Indicating System/Hakan Lans
    Propeller/John Ericsson/1836
    Refrigerator/Carl George Munters/1920
    Safety Matches/Gustav Eric Pasch and Gustav von Platen/1844
    Seatbealts (Rolling)/Hans Karlsson /1962
    Seatbealts (3-point)/Nils Bohlin/1957
    Skype/Niclas Zennström/2000
    Steam Turbine/Gustav De Laval/1883
    Table Hockey/Stiga Games/1957
    Telephone/Ericsson/1848
    Tetra Pak/Eric Wallenberg/1944
    Turbo Engine/Bengt Gadefelt/1975
    Zipper/Gideon Sundbäck/1927

    Over and out

    Bull

  15. 15 Jeff Nicklus Apr 14th, 2009 at 2:57 pm

    Bull,

    Great research on: http://www.sccc.ca/site/panel5/SwedishInnovations.html and even better copy and paste. The cool part is I think I have seen each of these items on the last motorcycle I saw from Sweden……maybe not!

    Over & Out,

    Jeff

  16. 16 Bull Apr 14th, 2009 at 3:21 pm

    U asked for innovations, not specifically related to custom motorcycles (and I simply refreshed your memory). U gotta be careful what u ask for…

    But here are some examples for ya (not copied/pasted):

    ISR – brakes/hub steering
    Öhlins – suspension
    Tolle – forks and (regardless what u believe) sprotor
    ICM – handlebars and jockeyshifts

    Not to mention SE Sevice – there are some serious engineering marvels on both the Hulster and the Harrier. It’s cool with people who dare to be different and to work outside the box.

    Bull

  17. 17 Jeff Nicklus Apr 14th, 2009 at 4:57 pm

    Bull,

    ……..”U gotta be careful what u ask for”…

    I have gotten myself in a lot of trouble over the years with that for sure ….. there was this Dwarf Chick in Nuevo Laredo once …. oh, never mind!

    Over & out,

    Jeff

  18. 18 Nicker Apr 14th, 2009 at 11:56 pm

    Hay Bull….

    Dude, ya forgot Ludafist, Gunilla Knudsen, and Tuborg Beer…. 🙂

    -nicker-

  19. 19 Bull Apr 15th, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    Jeff,
    Same here.. I’d love to hear about the dwarf though 🙂

    And -nicker-, Tuborg is, unfortunately, from Denmark.. close enough to count though!

    Bull

  20. 20 Grayhawk Apr 16th, 2009 at 7:18 am

    It is a clean piece with an eye for detail, one can see they take pride in their work.
    Always did like a shop that is organized usually is a reflection of the final product, check out their site. Even though the website does not have an English version it is pretty simple to figure it out and toggle through. More good things to come, good work.

    Grayhawk

  21. 21 Jeff Dean Apr 16th, 2009 at 10:36 pm

    Coca-Cola design/Alexander Samuelsson/1915 needs to be removed from the the list. It was Earl R. Dean, an American, who designed the iconic contour coca-cola bottle.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coca_Cola#Logo_design

  22. 22 Bull Apr 17th, 2009 at 12:04 pm

    Jeff,
    Point taken – sometimes one needs to be careful with the sources 🙂 Could have been the logo though.. and not the bottle.. I dunno.

    /Bull

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