Maintenance – Videos

Milwaukee Eightview 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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Touring – Twin Cam, Evoview all >>>

  • 11:56

    M8 and Twin Cam Owners Here’s A Quick Video On How To Maintain Your Touring Model with Fix My Hog Thank you for being a member of Fix My Hog. I’m sure you want to jump right in and get to wrenching on your Harley-Davidson. I put this walk-through together so you can get a

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  • harley project rushmore
    13:52

    Everyone is excited about the Harley Project Rushmore Twin Cooled 103ci. The excitement does not exclude Bob, Mark, Dennis, and the rest of us at Fix My Hog. We couldn’t wait to get our hands on one of these bikes. Now, we want to show you what we’ve learned. Form and Function Collide In this

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  • 7:02

    In this video Bob goes through Harley seat and Harley battery removal on the 103, Twin Cooled, High Output, Rushmore bike. You should begin every service, or repair with Harley Battery removal and Harley seat removal. The most important part would be disconnecting the battery negative cable. Off With the Seat Harley seat removal is

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Trike – Twin Camview all >>>

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    M8 and Twin Cam Owners Here’s A Quick Video On How To Maintain Your Touring Model with Fix My Hog Thank you for being a member of Fix My Hog. I’m sure you want to jump right in and get to wrenching on your Harley-Davidson. I put this walk-through together so you can get a

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  • Harley Davidson Trike Reviews: 103 Trike Intro | FMH
    3:12

    We have had many requests to show Harley trike maintenance. Bob LaRosa starts with a Harley Davidson Trike review and some of the obvious differences along with the ones we do not see at first glance. You will need the Touring model (year specific) manual with the trike supplement to proceed with Harley-Davidson Trike maintenance.

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  • Learn How to Jack Up a Motorcycle - Harley Davidson Trike
    10:26

    If you’ve already learned how to jack up a motorcycle you’ve realized that most Harley-Davidsons are somewhat easy to lift with a jack or table lift compared to the Trike. Now we need to figure out a way to get this Harley Tri Glide up in the air. Bob reviews the main differences when lifting

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Softail & Dyna – Twin Cam, Evoview all >>>

  • Harley Davidson specialty tools and products
    3:49

    Bob gives us a great overview of the basic and Harley Davidson specialty tools we need to service our Harley-Davidson. From oil-change to custom part installation. These tools are readily available and you might have most of them in your garage already. Bob shows us that tools are only part of what we need to

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  • Harley Davidson Charging System
    3:01

    Tech review of the Harley Davidson charging system. Here’s an easy way to make sure you battery is charging. Everyone is at your house and ready to ride. You saddle up and CLICK, your Harley-Davidson does not start. Bob and Mark review an easy way to check your battery and make sure it’s staying charged.

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  • Harley-Davidson Oil Change & Transmission Fluids
    26:48

    Bob and Mark get us ready to change the oil and transmission fluid on this Dyna. They remove the seat and battery box taking care to cover all painted pieces. Bob removes the negative cable for safety during this procedure. They remove the dipsticks and drain plugs to let the fluids flow into a clean

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Sportster – 1986 – Presentview all >>>

  • Harley Tools and Products
    6:29

    Harley tools are not only specialty tools like JIMS and Kent Moore but many that you have in your garage already. Bob LaRosa gives us a great overview on some of the basic tools we need to service our Harley-Davidson from oil-change to custom part install. Bob shows us that tools are only part of

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  • Harley Sportster Battery Removal
    5:11

    In this quick demonstration of the Harley Sportster battery removal, you’ll learn how to remove your bike’s seat and side cover so you can check on the condition of your battery and its operating components. It is strongly recommended that you remove the negative cable of the battery first and replace it last when servicing

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  • Harley Oil Change Clutch & Primary Chain Adjustment
    24:50

    Bob and Mark teach you how to properly service important parts on your bike, including draining and replenishing the fluids, adjusting the clutch and the primary chain, inspecting the clutch cable and servicing the kickstand. They pinpoint a few problems to look for when servicing each of the parts, and give you some tips on

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