Recent Harley Davidson Repair Videosview all >>>

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    Tommy reviews the second Milwaukee 8 performance upgrade set-up we will install with all Vance and Hines components. Variety is the spice of life and it rings true for every Harley rider that wants to customize their Milwaukee 8. We have a lot of options out there for us and that’s a great thing. It

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  • 45:02

    We partnered with GoTraveler.com to bring you some great adventures on two wheels. In this video Dennis Gage, his son Sam, and famous motorcycle photojournalist Neale Bayly hit the roads of Italy and Switzerland. They are riding Aprilia Shiver motorbikes. FMH Members log in and check it out and make sure to see more from

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  • 2:48

    Tommy reviews the first Milwaukee 8 performance upgrade set-up we will install with SuperTrapp, Kuryakyn, and Vance & Hines components. Up next, he gives an overview of another set-up we have then we’ll start tearing the stock parts off this Harley-Davidson Milwaukee 8. Learn more about these products: SuperTrapp Kuryakyn Vance & Hines More About

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Harley Maintenance Videosview all >>>

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    How to Service a Milwaukee Eight Introduction: 37 Step Checklist Harley-Davidson designated the Milwaukee Eight (M8) as the power-plant for Touring and Softail models. (Dyna I miss you) We are excited to bring you the Milwaukee Eight service videos to follow along with your factory service manual. We switched it up a little here at

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  • 5:25

    How To Drain Milwaukee 8 Fluids: 4 Easy Steps Mike has the Milwaukee 8 secured to the lift and is ready to begin the service. It is always a good idea to begin with the motorcycle “warmed up”. This way, the oils will more quickly and thoroughly drain from their corresponding compartments on the motorcycle.

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  • 1:53

    Simple but often overlooked. Check operation of electrical equipment and switches before you start to service your Harley Milwaukee Eight. Mike Roen walks you through these easy steps as required by your manual’s checklist. We know it sounds simple and it is. The reason you want to do this before service and every ride is

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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 >>>

  • 2:06

    Tommy reviews the second Milwaukee 8 performance upgrade set-up we will install with all Vance and Hines components. Variety is the spice of life and it rings true for every Harley rider that wants to customize their Milwaukee 8. We have a lot of options out there for us and that’s a great thing. It

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  • 2:48

    Tommy reviews the first Milwaukee 8 performance upgrade set-up we will install with SuperTrapp, Kuryakyn, and Vance & Hines components. Up next, he gives an overview of another set-up we have then we’ll start tearing the stock parts off this Harley-Davidson Milwaukee 8. Learn more about these products: SuperTrapp Kuryakyn Vance & Hines More About

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  • 0:58

    Tommy “Clutch” Creal stops by to take us through a step by step tear down of the stock M8 Road Glide. He shares some insights on the stock Harley-Davidson Milwaukee Eight and how some simple cost effective upgrades will gain some horsepower and some customization. We’ll be adding each step of the way as the

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

  • 5:57

    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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  • 7:03

    Magnetic Drain Plug For Your Harley-Davidson If you change your fluids, you noticed that Harley uses a magnetic drain plug. The stock magnet allows unwanted metal particles to collect on the drain plug and to stop them from circulating back into your oil system. Check out this video by our host, Bob LaRosa. He loves

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  • 3:06

    In this video, Mike covers a parasitic draw test for checking for, or measuring a draw on the battery of your Harley Davidson. Always be sure that you are using a quality, known good battery in your motorcycle. Sometimes an owner may be looking for a parasitic draw, but is really only dealing with a

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Fix My Hog Projectsview all >>>

  • 15:55

    Mike gives us an overview of what goes into a Twin Cam cam compartment inspection and upgrade of the cam chain tensioner chain. As many of us are already well aware, from 2000 to 2006, Harley Davidson’s spring style cam chain tensioners were a complete disappointment to say the least! Eventually, Harley began suggesting that

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  • 27:33

    Before beginning to open up the cam compartment, it is important to disconnect your battery ground cable and to drain your motor oil. When the motor work is complete, it is important to start with fresh, clean oil. Also, draining the motor oil before disassembly will result in less oil running out of the Harley

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  • 12:07

    Disassembling the Cam Plate With the cam plate removed and the tensioners retracted, remove the cam plate bearing retainer by removing four small torx head screws. The retainer can be discarded if it is not going to be reused for your particular job. A hydraulic press or arbor press should be used to press out

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