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Harley Front Fork Seals

My ’07 Fat Boy’s right front fork leaks…How do I replace Harley front fork seals? Charles W Hi Charles, Thanks for the email and call. Yes, we have several videos on fork tubes. These links show FLH front fork fluid service, Softail and Dyna front fork fluid service with the forks on and off the…

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How to Fill Fork Oil on Your Harley Ultra

The Harley Davidson service manual is very specific about achieving correct fork oil capacity. The steps to perform this service are detailed yet simple, as Bob and Mark demonstrate in this video on how to fill fork oil on your Harley Ultra. Fill It With the 49mm fork tube fully extended; pour, slightly more than,…

Left Fork Leaking Oil

I want to start off by thanking you for the Fix My Hog “Touring Edition” DVD. The video is full of helpful tips on how to perform many maintenance tasks on my Harley-Davidson. The problem I am having is my 2001 FLHPI Road King left fork leaking oil, so I am in the process of…

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Harley Front Forks Removal

In this video Bob gives us a clear view of Harley front forks removal on the Rushmore Twin Cam 103 Ultra. It is unnecessary to remove your ignition switch knob and the rear dash panel but Bob takes the time to remove these items for a good, clear view of the area for demonstration. Ignition…

Draining Harley Fork Oil

Changing Harley fork oil on the Ultra is time consuming and detailed. This does not mean that it is not for the weekend mechanic. Here’s How Begin by removing the fork tube cap from the top of the 49mm fork tube. If you are working alone, you can either use a fork tube holder, or…

Proper Wheel Alignment

I have a 2012 Fatboy Lo with 9,800 miles on it currently. The issue is that the front tire is wearing solely on the right side if you sitting on the bike. It actually still has the ink/paint on the left side between the trends and the right side is down to the replace indicates…

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Harley Fork Lock Replacement

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 and you should be able to use the same key for both ignition switch and…

Harley-Davidson Front Fender Removal

Prep For Fork Fluid When performing a fork oil change on your 103 FLH, you will need to remove your front fender. Take great care when handling a finished, painted component from your motorcycle. Always have a second set of hands and a game plan. Remove Wires Begin by chasing and unplugging your Harley-Davidson front…

Harley Fork Sliders Removal

Bob and Mark have begun disassembly of the 2014 FLHX front end. This disassembly is in anticipation of Performance Machine lower fork sliders, bells, and Monotube fork cartridge kit. Another reason you might remove the forks on this model and many others would be to change the fork oil, replace fork seals, or complete other…

Progressive Monotube Front Suspension

Thanks to Progressive Suspension, high performance front suspension is now finally available for 2014 and newer Harley Davidson touring models. The Progressive monotube has combined ride smoothing Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) damper with a progressive rate spring to create a state of the art fork cartridge assembly for the late model Harley Davidson Baggers. The…