Recent Harley Davidson Repair Videosview all >>>

  • 5:03

    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

    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

    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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Harley Maintenance Videosview all >>>

  • 5:03

    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,

    Read more »

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  • 4:16

    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

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 7:44

    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 >>>

  • 11:29

    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 >>>

  • 23:24

    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 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

    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 >>>

  • 7:03

    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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  • 4:42

    For more than 30 years, Arnott has been the leader in air suspension. Arnott understands the different needs of car automobile air suspension and motorcycle air suspension. Arnott has a world class team of engineers, R&D, and testing to design precision custom made tuning for your ride. There are many different brands and styles of

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  • 26:02

    Bob LaRosa goes into more detail about an excellent product that can be an addition to every model Harley Davidson. The Dimple magnetic drain plug is made to replace the factory drain plugs on your Harley Davidson. Made in the United States, Dimple drain plugs are far superior to the factory drain plugs. Dimple uses

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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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