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  • 18:58

    Sportster Cross Country Trip: MN to the Home of Harley-Davidson

    The entire trip of riding my Sportster cross country was spawned from a few desires. 1. I’m always looking for ways to show that Sportsters are not just “bar hoppers.” 2. I wanted to ride my bike on the Tail of the Dragon. 3. I have always wanted to “Take My Harley Home” riding it…

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  • 5:59

    Planning a Harley Road Trip: MN to FL on a Sporty

    Nate Beck brings us on his Harley road trip from Minnesota to Florida. He’s doing it on his Sportster and documenting it for our Fix My Hog Ride & Rally series. When planning a Harley road trip, it’s all in the details. First you have to make sure your Harley is up for the distance.…

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  • 34:08

    Chopper Tear Down Part 2: Knucklehead Primary

    Kevin “Teach” Baas is set up on the left side of our vintage chopper build and is ready to remove the Knucklehead primary drive. The left side floorboard assembly will block removal of the outer primary cover. Kevin removes the floorboard and moves on to removing the small, fine thread screws that retain the outer…

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  • 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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  • 20:58

    Dyna Oil Pan Gasket Replacement

    Steve Knoble has a 2005 Dyna Super Glide secured to the lift and is ready to get to work. In this video lesson, we get to watch over Steve’s shoulder as he removes and reinstalls this Dyna oil pan. There are a number of reasons why the Dyna oil pan on a Dyna or Touring…

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  • 10:04

    M8 Harley Davidson Starter Replacement

    In this video lesson, Mike gives us a demonstration on M8 Harley Davidson starter replacement. He will show us how to remove and install a starter motor on your 2017 and later Milwaukee Eight Touring model Harley Davidson. The Harley Davidson starter replacement process is virtually the same for six speed Twin Cam models (pre-2007…

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 2:37

    Dyna Kickstand Spring Removal and Replacement

    Steve has a 2005 Dyna up on the lift. Today he is going to do a quick demonstration on how to replace the Dyna kickstand spring also known as the jiffy stand. Sometimes when this spring gets older, it will begin to stretch allowing the Dyna kickstand to sag. The stand will bounce when going…

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  • 6:57

    FMH Interview with Kevin Baas

    Kevin Baas sits down with us after shooting the Knucklehead video series, and we get to know more about him and his love for the older Harley-Davidsons. Kevin Baas is a teacher at the STEM program at Lakeville North High School and has had several of his motorcycles featured in magazines, TV shows, motorcycle shows…

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  • 39:29

    Harley Knucklehead For Sale: What to Look For

    We are excited to introduce Kevin Baas to our team at Fix My Hog. Kevin has a deep knowledge and an enormous amount of experience with Harley Knucklehead motorcycles. In this video, Kevin discusses what to look for and what questions to ask when looking to purchase a vintage Harley Knucklehead motorcycle. This is the…

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  • 34:08

    Chopper Tear Down Part 2: Knucklehead Primary

    Kevin “Teach” Baas is set up on the left side of our vintage chopper build and is ready to remove the Knucklehead primary drive. The left side floorboard assembly will block removal of the outer primary cover. Kevin removes the floorboard and moves on to removing the small, fine thread screws that retain the outer…

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  • 31:34

    Knucklehead Chopper Tear Down: Part 1

    You just picked up an antique Harley Davidson, a Harley Knucklehead Chopper in this case. What’s the best way to familiarize yourself with the Knucklehead chopper? Take it completely apart, of course! Every component. Every nut, bolt, and screw. Would you expect us to suggest anything different? A good starting point for this Knucklehead chopper…

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  • 6:57

    FMH Interview with Kevin Baas

    Kevin Baas sits down with us after shooting the Knucklehead video series, and we get to know more about him and his love for the older Harley-Davidsons. Kevin Baas is a teacher at the STEM program at Lakeville North High School and has had several of his motorcycles featured in magazines, TV shows, motorcycle shows…

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