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It’s time to experience a rush of exciting new tips and techniques for improving your motorcycle handling skills! The Fix My Hog video collection contains essential and helpful information specifically constructed to assist you! These Harley-Davidson videos are extremely fun and enjoyable to watch while working on your own Harley. Learn specific tricks and find out several unique techniques! Now get busy watching and learning from the many Harley-Davidson videos.

  • Loctite Stripped Thread Repair Tip
    9:02

    Loctite Stripped Thread Repair Tip

    Bob LaRosa gives us a demonstration on stripped thread repair. Form A Thread from Loctite makes it an easy fix. When an expensive component has a stripped thread there is no need to run out and get a new one. Loctite has a great product to make the repair and keep that component in service…. Read more »

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  • Dielectric Grease Uses
    4:07

    Dielectric Grease Uses

    This video how-to looks at dielectric grease uses on your Harley. It’s important to clean the bulb, housing and add some dielectric grease. Related Videos: How to use Loctite products on a Harley video Loctite Epoxy Mixer Cups and Fairing Repair Loctite Insulating & Sealing Tape

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  • Loctite Insulating & Sealing Tape
    9:59

    Loctite Insulating & Sealing Tape

    Loctite Insulating & Sealing Wrap is a non-sticky, self fusing, multipurpose wrap. It can withstand extreme conditions: -65°F to 500°F, tensile strength up to 700 psi and dielectric strength up to 400 vpm. The wrap is uv, saltwater, fuel and acid resistant. Bob shows us a great repair on some battery cables. Typical Applications: Jumper… Read more »

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  • Jims Transmission Fat 5 Overview
    9:11

    Jims Transmission Fat 5 Overview

    Bob LaRosa introduces us to another Fix My Hog Video Class. We will be installing a Jims transmission. During the video we will show a Jims Fat 5 Overdrove install. No matter if you are servicing your transmission or doing an upgrade this class reviews the step by step process of removing the transmission and… Read more »

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  • Harley Rear Tire, Drive Pulley and Inner Race Removal
    9:46

    Harley Rear Tire, Drive Pulley and Inner Race Removal

    To start this project and save some time we removed the exhaust and primary drive. If you are not familiar with those procedures, please review the related video links. Bob starts the transmission project by removing the Harley rear tire, drive pulley and inner race. Related Videos: Harley Transmission Project Outer and Inner Primary Removal… Read more »

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  • Harley Shifter Fork Removal
    16:51

    Harley Shifter Fork Removal

    The next step for this project will be to remove the Harley clutch cable, transmission top cover, shifter drum and shifter fork. You will not be reusing some of them but you should clean them, mark them and note bolt locations. Maybe take a few pics along the way. Make sure to tape off any… Read more »

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  • Harley Transmission Removal
    11:18

    Harley Transmission Removal

    This video how-to class focuses on Harley transmission removal. We have to remove the electronic speedo sensor, clean it, inspect it, wrap it and set it aside. We remove the hardware on the transmission trap door by loosening the small bolts first. We use a specialty tool to pull the trap door, the shafts and… Read more »

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  • Harley 5 Speed Transmission Main Drive Gear Removal
    9:30

    Harley 5 Speed Transmission Main Drive Gear Removal

    We are at a point with this Harley 5 speed transmission removal that we need to remove the main drive gear. We’ll remove the seal from the case, wipe it clean and set it aside. You will need to remove the quad seal to use the specialty tool to remove the main drive gear. Other… Read more »

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  • Harley Counter Shaft Bearing Removal
    10:50

    Harley Counter Shaft Bearing Removal

    This video shows how to remove the Harley main drive gear bearing and counter shaft bearing. Take your time and wear safety glasses when removing the retaining clips. Clean up as you go and use the right tools for this job. Other videos in this class: Jims Transmission Fat 5 Overview Harley Rear Tire, Drive… Read more »

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  • Harley Davidson Service Manual
    2:47

    Harley-Davidson® Service Manual

    For over 10 years, Fix My Hog has been producing the #1 how-to videos on Harley maintenance and performance. One of our goals is to bring the Harley-Davidson® service manual to life. We are another resource for you to go to when working on your pride and joy. Tools, manuals, videos, and products are all… Read more »

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  • Harley Davidson Master Cylinder Rebuild (Rear)
    19:50

    Harley-Davidson® Master Cylinder Rebuild (Rear)

    Bob LaRosa shows us the step-by-step process on rebuilding the rear Harley-Davidson® master cylinder. Why would this need to be done? The metal inside the cylinder can start to breakdown and/or the component may start to leak. You may notice that even after bleeding your brakes you still get a spongy lever. This procedure can… Read more »

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  • Easy Fix with Loctite Super Glue
    1:30

    Easy Fix with Loctite Super Glue

    A little Loctite super glue might save your relationship, never mind your rubbers. I know you look at your ride every time you stop and sometimes you notice the rubber on the foot pegs rolls up. You paid a lot for those pegs and you want them to stay in place. Don’t even think about… Read more »

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  • Love Jugs Stop Harley Overheating
    8:13

    Love Jugs Stop Harley Overheating

    Time and time again we get asked about Harley overheating issues and solutions. Bob LaRosa reviews the Love Jugs cylinder cooling fans and explains why we need them and how they work. All Love Jugs Cooling Systems are designed to look like part of the original bike, so you will use the original horn and… Read more »

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  • Cooling Hot Harleys with Love Jugs
    50:14

    Cooling Hot Harleys with Love Jugs

    When the summer hits and temperatures rise, we receive more and more emails about hot Harleys. Until recently, all Harley-Davidsons® were air cooled. That means if you are not forcing air through the fins on your engine the motorcycle is not getting cooled. Most of the time this is not an issue. We start to… Read more »

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  • Harley Master Cylinder – Rebuild
    22:54

    Harley Master Cylinder – Rebuild

    This video shows you how to rebuild a Harley master cylinder. Bob LaRosa works on the 9/16 bore front master cylinder. Get started by removing the cover and any residual fluid or debris. Take everything apart and compare the old to the new parts to make sure you have everything that you need. Related Videos:… Read more »

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  • Harley Coil Wire Plug Protection
    3:25

    Harley Coil Wire Plug Protection

    This video shows you how to keep your Harley coil wire plug in place on an open coil. Remove and clean the plugs one at a time. Put a small amount of dielectric grease on the end and install the plug. Use a tie wrap to hold the plug to the coil. Related Video: Harley-Davidson… Read more »

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  • Harley Backrest Grommet Lube
    4:20

    Harley Backrest Grommet Lube

    The Harley backrest grommets are lubed in this video along with any others as part of regular service. Loctite Viper Lube is a great way to keep these parts in service. Related Videos: How to use Loctite products on a Harley video Loctite Epoxy Mixer Cups and Fairing Repair Loctite Insulating & Sealing Tape Dielectric… Read more »

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  • Harley 4 Piston Caliper Rebuild
    47:15

    4 Piston Front Caliper

    This video covers rebuilding a Harley four-piston caliper. It is very important to have all your tools and new parts on hand. Compare the old parts with the new to make sure you have every thing you need. Take your time and work clean. Related Videos: Twin Cam: Rear Brake Pads and Calipers Rear Caliper… Read more »

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  • S&S Carb Removal
    12:03

    S&S Carb Removal

    This video series shows you how to remove an S&S Carb and how to rebuild it. Bob LaRosa removes the S&S tear drop cover, the filter, breather bolts, backing plate, VOES tube, throttle cables, and intake bolts. Cover you chrome surface to keep this a rebuild not a repair procedure. View all videos in this… Read more »

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  • S&S Super E Carb Tear Down
    30:30

    S&S Super E Carb Tear Down

    This video series shows you how to remove an S&S Super E Carb and how to rebuild it. Bob LaRosa has the carb on the bench and gives it a good cleaning before tearing it done. He removes the inlet nipple (we will update it), drain plug, float bowl, jets, and all pieces of the… Read more »

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  • S&S Carburetor Rebuild
    25:12

    S&S Carburetor Rebuild

    This video series shows you how to remove an S&S Carburetor and how to rebuild it. Bob LaRosa, lines up all the new parts from the rebuild kit and compares them to old before he puts it all back together. Take your time and do it right. View all videos in this class: S&S Carb… Read more »

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  • Carb, Intake, and S&S Air Cleaner Install
    29:43

    Carb, Intake, and S&S Air Cleaner Install

    This video series shows you how to remove an S&S air cleaner and carburetor and how to rebuild it. Bob LaRosa, has the carb rebuilt and now installs the gaskets and intake manifold. From there the carb body goes on, backing plate, air cleaner and tear drop cover. View all videos in this class: S&S… Read more »

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  • Harley Starter Cable Boot
    3:37

    Starter Cable Boot

    Here’s a video how to about keeping your Harley starter boot in place.

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  • Harley Single Piston Brake Caliper Rebuild
    44:00

    Harley Single Piston Brake Caliper Rebuild

    This video is on brake caliper rebuild for a Harley caliper single piston rear and front. This is a critical part of you motorcycle. You need to stop. Work clean and never shake brake fluid. Also you need to know the brake fluid that your motorcycle requires. Related Videos: Sportster Brake Pads 1999 & Older… Read more »

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