No, the engine oil and trans oil are not fed from the same tank on H.D. bikes. Engine oil is separate, from the primary drive chain on 4 speed big twins, the transmission oil is also separate. Sportster engines have separate engine oil and their transmissions share primary case oil with the wet clutch. 5 speed models wet clutch models have separate primary case lube, transmission lube and engine oil. As far as my memory serves, no Harley Davidsons have shared engine oil and transmission oil similar to some Jap bikes
If from the same engine, yes.If from the same engine, yes.
No. Transmission fluid lubricates the transmission. Coolant is used by the radiator to cool the engine.
The "transmission" and the "transaxle" are the same thing. I don't think you can get them all out at the same time. The back of the transmission is held in with two huge bolts that you have to pull the engine to get to.
If same engine, yes.If same engine, yes.
The engine, and rear axle would be the same/similar. Transmission would not.The engine, and rear axle would be the same/similar. Transmission would not.
If same size engine, yes.If same size engine, yes.
Primary oil and transmission are the same. The crankcase is different. They are separated.
The engine and transmission are removed at the same time out of the bottom.
A 1996 or 1997 Dodge caravan or Plymouth Voyager with the same engine size will have the same transmission.A 1996 or 1997 Dodge caravan or Plymouth Voyager with the same engine size will have the same transmission.
The engine may work, but the transmission is not the same. With enough time and money it may work, but it won't be easy.The engine may work, but the transmission is not the same. With enough time and money it may work, but it won't be easy.