The method of many‐body point transforms previously developed by the author is modified to eliminate the interacting particle cluster formalism. The cutoff terms in the transformation, and thus in the Hamiltonian, are therefore removed. For the hard‐core many‐body problem, as in the previous work, a Hamiltonian is obtained which is Fourier analyzable, Hermitian and amenable to ordinary perturbation and variational techniques while still being equivalent to the original Hamiltonian. No approximations are made. It is demonstrated that the use of the standard zeroth‐order approximation of the ground state Bose system, i.e., a constant, for the transformed wavefunction gives a negative expectation value of the energy for the hard core system. This discrepancy arises from the extended range of the new potential generated by the transformation, which necessitates explicit consideration of boundary conditions not satisfied by the above wavefunction.