Recent Harley Davidson Repair Videosview all >>>

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    The final Harley drive sprocket has a rubber isolator that is designed to absorb energy, or cushion the sprocket. Harley Davidson released touring models with sprocket isolators in 2008. 2008 models have a stand alone design. In 2009 the isolator and sprocket assembly changed and has stayed the same to present day. Mike shows us

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  • 12:52

    This video covers final Harley drive belt adjustment and torquing the rear axle nut. You cannot adjust one without affecting the other. It is important to inspect your final Harley drive belt and sprocket at the time of adjustment. Inspect each tooth of the rear sprocket. Look for major tooth damage, large chrome chips with

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  • 3:35

    Correct Harley rear tire pressure is critical, not only for safe motorcycle operation, but also for longevity of your tires. Harley Davidson factory service manuals recommend setting front tire pressure to 36 psi and the Harley rear tire pressure to 40 psi. Tire pressures should be checked cold unless having an issue while on the

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Harley Maintenance Videosview all >>>

  • 2:33

    The final Harley drive sprocket has a rubber isolator that is designed to absorb energy, or cushion the sprocket. Harley Davidson released touring models with sprocket isolators in 2008. 2008 models have a stand alone design. In 2009 the isolator and sprocket assembly changed and has stayed the same to present day. Mike shows us

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  • 12:52

    This video covers final Harley drive belt adjustment and torquing the rear axle nut. You cannot adjust one without affecting the other. It is important to inspect your final Harley drive belt and sprocket at the time of adjustment. Inspect each tooth of the rear sprocket. Look for major tooth damage, large chrome chips with

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  • 3:35

    Correct Harley rear tire pressure is critical, not only for safe motorcycle operation, but also for longevity of your tires. Harley Davidson factory service manuals recommend setting front tire pressure to 36 psi and the Harley rear tire pressure to 40 psi. Tire pressures should be checked cold unless having an issue while on the

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Beyond Basic Maintenanceview all >>>

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    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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  • 11:08

    1996 – 2013 Harley Inner Fairing Removal Removing the Harley inner fairing on an FLHTC is a complex process. It is a good idea to have a factory service manual and a plan of action before attempting this job. It is also important to set aside an adequate amount of time to start and complete

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  • 19:30

    1996 – 2013 Harley Inner Fairing We are moving along with our Harley inner fairing removal on this touring model; Photos have been taken, notes and labels have been made. Passing lamps can now be removed if they have not already. Remove the fastening hardware, cut the tie wraps that secure the harness to the

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Style and Performance Upgradesview all >>>

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    We get a lot of calls on the Harley-Davidson radio. Some are easy programing fixes and some are more in depth repairs and replacement. Here’s a look at a great replacement for your Harley-Davidson radio, speakers and amp from Aquatic AV. SiriusXM Harley-Davidson Stereo AQ-MP-5UBT-HS The new waterproof SiriusXM Harley Stereo is an upgrade or

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  • 18:36

    Heated Motorcycle Grips Extend Riding Season Heated motorcycle grips are a really popular upgrade that most riders would prefer to have on their motorcycle. There are several on the market to choose from. These heaters are also available for, both, a conventional throttle or for throttle by wire. The instructions for heated motorcycle grips are

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  • 18:37

    Mike already has the right side heater in position. The heated grips wires and power wires have been snaked through the handlebars and bars have been drilled to accommodate the heater switch and switch wires. With the right side heater wires and the power wires (power and ground) all routed and exiting the left side

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

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    Fix My Hog started in 2004 selling DVDs to riders that wanted to know more about their Harley. Today we are still passionate about sharing over 35 years of Harley wrenching experience with our viewers. We continue to produce DVDs and we added our online video platform that hosts all of our great videos in

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    Thank you for tuning into this video on How To Search Fix My Hog. We recommend watching Welcome to Fix My Hog Site Review first to get a tour of Fix My Hog and how we set up the navigation and indexes. This video will give you a quick tutorial on how to search the

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  • 3:41

    Hello and welcome to Fix My Hog. We are excited you are part of the Hogger community. This video will show you the member Log In procedure. I made it sound like surgery but it is quite easy. Once logged in, you can explore all the How-To videos, Tech Q&A, Articles and more on Fix

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  • 20:51

    5 Speed had a Long Run The Harley Davidson five speed transmission ran from the early eighties until 2006 depending on the Big Twin model. In 2007 Harley Davidson Big Twin transmissions had undergone a makeover which took us from five gears to the Harley 6 speed transmission. Better, But… The Harley 6 speed transmission

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  • 13:23

    We move over to the right side of the motorcycle as we continue with the disassembly of our Harley 6 speed transmission. Do Not Snap The Dipstick Start by removing the transmission fill plug / dipstick. Not only will the transmission need to be refilled, but the dipstick will keep you from being able to

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  • 18:15

    The Harley six speed transmission is on the workbench for disassembly, cleaning, and inspection. Door Bearings With the Harley six speed transmission door cleaned, we can press two new bearings into place. Be sure to correctly support the aluminum door and only press on the outer race of the bearings. Doing otherwise can compromise or

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