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  • 7:40

    What is the Best Cam for M8 114 or 107

    What’s the best cam for M8 114, 107, or 117? Our friend Mike Roen is getting prepared to take us, step by step, through the process of a S&S performance cam upgrade on this M8 Softail. Whether your bike has a 107, 114, or 117 cui motor, this procedure pertains to all M8 Harley Davidson…

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  • 15:47

    How to Remove an M8 Cam

    How do you remove an M8 cam? Mike shows us how with our M8 Softail strapped to the lift and is prepared to begin the M8 Cam tear down procedures for our S&S cam upgrade. The complete exhaust system and air cleaner assemblies have been removed prior to filming. Mike reminds us of the procedure…

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  • 17:47

    Harley M8 Cam Removal Continued

    Mike has the pushrods and the Harley M8 cam cover removed and is ready to move on with disassembly for our S&S cam upgrade. Next in line are the front and rear lifter covers. A 3/16″ Allen is needed to remove the securing hardware. A wobble, or ball Allen will be needed in order to…

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Harley Maintenance Videosview all >>>

  • 5:03

    Introduction to M8 Softail Service

    Harley Davidson introduced Softail models for the first time in 1986. By positioning two rear shocks beneath the motorcycle, they were able to achieve the appearance of a rigid, “old school” looking frame. Between 1986 & 1999, Harley Davidson Softail’s consisted of the Fatboy, Heritage Softail, FXST, and Springer models. Future models included the Deuce,…

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  • 4:16

    M8 Harley Switches and Electrical Check

    We have the new Milwaukee Eight Heritage Softail on the lift and we are ready to begin a full service as per the factory service checklist. It is important to run the motorcycle for more than two minutes prior to service. This is important to remember before the motorcycle is strapped down on a lift…

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  • 7:44

    Milwaukee 8 Oil Drain Plug Location and Removal

    Mike has completed a check of the motorcycle’s lights & indicators. The painted surfaces are safely covered. Now, the electrical system’s main fuse can be removed. To do so, use a 5/32″ Allen bit to remove the left side cover. Pull the fuse caddy from its mount and remove the plastic cover to expose the…

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Beyond Basic Maintenanceview all >>>

  • 8:41

    Softail Shock Adjustment

    If you are not fully satisfied with the handling performance of your Harley Davidson Softail; try experimenting with your softail shock adjustment. Softail models feature adjustable rear shock absorbers located beneath the motorcycle. They function opposite of a conventional shock, as they are inverted. Positioned horizontally under the motorcycle, the shock is mounted to the…

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    15:23

    Softail Shock Maintenance & Rebuild

    Down and Gets Dirty The Softail shock is one of the most neglected components on a Harley Davidson. Although not easy to access, the shock assembly does require regular maintenance. The design of this shock assembly allows for it to accumulate road debris. The front side of the shock assembly has a number of (aprox…

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  • 11:29

    Sealed Harley Wheel Bearings Replacement

    Harley Wheel Bearings: Was Old Better? Up until 1999, the motor company used conventional, serviceable Harley wheel bearings. These were high quality bearings made by Timken. They were packed with grease and set against a bearing race with a wheel bearing seal on the outside end of the wheel hub to block out the elements…

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Style and Performance Upgradesview all >>>

  • 23:24

    Barnett Lock Up Clutch and Extra Plate Kit Install

    Barnett Lock Up Clutch and Extra Plate Kit Mike has a 2010 Road King on the lift and is ready to install the Barnett lock up clutch along with Barnett’s extra plate clutch kit. This innovative lock-up assembly is an excellent performance upgrade. Whether you are riding two up, weighed down with luggage, pulling a…

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  • 7:03

    Barnett Product Review

    Barnett Tool & Engineering has been manufacturing some of the best products for motorcycles since 1948. We are happy to be working with a great company that keeps innovating products to make our rides better in several ways including performance. Coil Spring Conversion Kit Lock-up Pressure Plate Low profile lock-up billet pressure plate. Specifically designed…

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  • 5:57

    Interview with Tommy Creal

    Our crew adds another experienced wrench to the FMH team. We sit down with Tommy Creal and get to know a little more about him and his work as a custom builder since his teenage years. He is the founder of Chopper College and has build several well known custom motorcycles. He also explains the…

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Harley Tips – Everyday Hog How-Toview all >>>

  • 10:21

    Tips on Why Fuel Injected Harley Won’t Start

    Every year we get calls from customers who are, or have been, stranded and their fuel injected Harley won’t start. If the bike doesn’t start at home it may not be such a big deal. However, if you get stuck out on the road, it can be a very stressful experience. In this video Mike…

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  • 3:56

    Use Barnett on Your Build

    Our Cafe Racer Build will get some major upgrades from Barnett Engineering. We’ll add cables, brake lines and a new Barnett clutch. During our build plan and budget we talk about cost and choosing a few upgrades that you want to splurge on. We wanted customization, color and performance. With Barnett, we got it all.…

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  • 4:47

    Clymer Manuals for Harley-Davidsons

    Like tools in your tool box, Clymer Manuals are a must have. We searched high and low for a good deal on a Sportster for our Cafe Racer Build. We found a low mileage, almost stock Harley-Davidson for a good price. Our video series shows that with a budget and a plan you can customize…

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Fix My Hog Projectsview all >>>

  • 7:40

    What is the Best Cam for M8 114 or 107

    What’s the best cam for M8 114, 107, or 117? Our friend Mike Roen is getting prepared to take us, step by step, through the process of a S&S performance cam upgrade on this M8 Softail. Whether your bike has a 107, 114, or 117 cui motor, this procedure pertains to all M8 Harley Davidson…

    Watch Now >>
  • 15:47

    How to Remove an M8 Cam

    How do you remove an M8 cam? Mike shows us how with our M8 Softail strapped to the lift and is prepared to begin the M8 Cam tear down procedures for our S&S cam upgrade. The complete exhaust system and air cleaner assemblies have been removed prior to filming. Mike reminds us of the procedure…

    Watch Now >>
  • 17:47

    Harley M8 Cam Removal Continued

    Mike has the pushrods and the Harley M8 cam cover removed and is ready to move on with disassembly for our S&S cam upgrade. Next in line are the front and rear lifter covers. A 3/16″ Allen is needed to remove the securing hardware. A wobble, or ball Allen will be needed in order to…

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