• Harley Front End
    8:36

    There are a number of reasons you may need to remove your Harley front end. The most common reason is to replace neck bearings and races, or to better service your bearings; especially if your Harley does not have a grease fitting on its neck. Other reasons are: replacing a bent front end, replacing a… Read more »

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  • Harley Fork Lock
    8:10

    Lost Key, Now What? If you ever lose the key to your Harley Davidson or purchase a used Harley without keys, you will need to replace your ignition switch and fork lock assemblies. These assemblies are, typically, keyed to match. That is, you should be able to use the same key for both ignition switch… Read more »

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  • Mounting a Tire
    14:57

    Cost Savings A rider who can mount his own tires will save a lot if money by not having to rely on a dealership or local shop. There is not much needed to accomplish mounting a tire manually. You will need a bead breaker tool/mount, tire spoons, rim protectors, a needle nose pliers, and a… Read more »

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  • Wheel Truing
    9:21

    Lost Art? Some riders consider lacing and truing to be “old school”. Being that Harley-Davidson still manufacturers motorcycles with spoke rims; there is nothing old school about it! Lacing and wheel truing is tedious. You need to approach the task with patience and an open mind. It is something that will need to be learned,… Read more »

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  • Harley Clutch Basket
    3:31

    We love companies like Barnett because they get in front of an OEM problem and solve it fast. Let’s take a look at the Harley clutch basket on Twin Cam models from 2007 and later. The basket can break and / or start to crack. When you are servicing the primary, do thorough visual inspection… Read more »

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  • Barnett Clutch
    5:06

    With the 2013 Street Bob clutch assembly on the bench, we have a clear view of the clutch basket, hub, Harley clutch pack and bearing. We also have the opportunity to see the difference between Harley’s stock assembly and the Barnett clutch assembly. Built Strong The Barnett assembly is visually tougher and actually has a… Read more »

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  • Harley Clutch
    12:34

    Bob gives us a great view and demonstration of the drive assembly on this 2013 Street Bob. This drive assembly has changed tremendously over the years but the concept has remained the same. Weak Basket Material Although there have been improvements and upgrades made to this assembly, Harley has left us with a weak Harley… Read more »

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  • Scorpion Clutch
    8:41

    OE A factory clutch works fine with its factory components. When a motor is built up, the increase in power places more force on the original equipment (OE) clutch plates and overall clutch assembly. As a result, a clutch can start to slip. This is when the clutch plates do not correctly engage. The most… Read more »

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  • Harley Ring Gear
    4:54

    While the clutches are soaking, Bob moves on and installs the Barnett Scorpion ring gear onto the Scorpion clutch basket. The Scorpion ring gear conversion kits are precision machined from 8620 steel then heat treated and case hardened. This Harley ring gear replacement will fit your OEM basket if not upgrading to the Scorpion basket…. Read more »

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