Bel-Ray the Official 2020 Motor Oil Partner of Fix My Hog

The Life Blood of Your Hog

Sure gas fires the engine that spins the crank but what about all those moving parts?

One of the major components of any service is lubrication. We need to remove the dirty fluids that lubricate our moving parts and refresh them with clean ones. This is why we are thrilled to be partnering with Bel-Ray lubricants for the 2020 riding season! Bel-Ray is now the Official Motor Oil of Fix My Hog.

Our master tech Mike Roen uses so much fluid in his shop that he has Bel-Ray motor oil in 55 gallon drums. We were already using their products in our shops, videos and our recent Harley Cafe Racer build got a healthy refresh with Bel-Ray lubricants which made this partnership a very easy decision.

Channel Marketing Director, Jared Martin, said of the new relationship, “We’re excited to partner with Fix My Hog as it serves as an excellent platform to educate consumers about the advanced technology and performance benefits of Bel-Ray lubricants.”

About Bel-Ray V-Twin Lubricants

Harley riders can rejoice! Bel-Ray has oils and lubricants for the Primary Chaincase, Big Twin and Sportster® Transmissions. Primary Chaincase Lubricant is specially formulated for optimum performance in primary chains and wet clutches, allowing for smooth and quiet operation. Reduced clutch slipping allows for consistent engagement every time.

For over 60 years Bel-Ray has engineered high performance products to keep your motorcycle on the road and the wind at your back. Continuing to innovate and raise the bar, Bel-Ray has launched a re-engineered line of high-performance oils and lubricants specially designed for V-Twin motorcycles.Bel-Ray’s complete line of V-twin products features innovative new packaging and enhanced technology, which offers the discriminating user the ultimate in performance and quality for any V-Twin machine. Formulated by Bel-Ray’s team of R&D engineers using only the finest base stock and additives combined to deliver the best results, Bel-Ray’s complete line of V-Twin products is proudly made in the USA by people passionate about motorcycles. Bel-Ray knows that the road can be long and unforgiving, which is why Bel-Ray has developed V-Twin Synthetic Engine Oil 10W-50. V-Twin Synthetic Engine Oil 10W-50 lowers engine temperature while increasing horsepower, allowing you to ride longer and faster. You rule the road. Rest assured that your oil will not fail during a cross-country rally or a trip around the block. V-Twin Synthetic Engine Oil 10W-50 extends the change intervals for your bike so you can spend less time in the shop and more time on the road. Safe for all types of V-Twin engines, V-Twin Synthetic Engine Oil 10W-50 provides a viscosity stable formula with maximum anti-wear protection.

As the clutch engages, Big Twin Transmission Oil seamlessly takes over. The smooth and quiet transition between gears almost goes unnoticed as you glide effortlessly from first into second and so on. Even on heavily loaded transmissions you can expect Big Twin Transmission Oil to extend the life of your gears. Bel-Ray even provides transmission oil solutions for Sportster® riders with their Sport Transmission Fluid. Now Sportster® riders can enjoy all the same performance benefits that Bel-Ray provides. Feel the power between your legs as your bike cruises along better than it did the day it left the showroom. Bel-Ray unleashes the hidden potential of your V-Twin motorcycle.

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10 Responses to “Bel-Ray the Official 2020 Motor Oil Partner of Fix My Hog”
  1. Ken Dodson
    Ken Dodson

    Have a 2000 Road King, what Bel Ray products do you recommend in changing motor oil, primary and transmission?

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    • Dennis Santopietro
      Dennis Santopietro

      Hi Ken, I’m glad you are as excited as we are about the new partnership. Here’s the product pages with more info about each lubricant. Product Page

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  2. Dave
    Dave

    I use Bel-ray primary chaincase lubricant and big twin transmission oil in my 2000 ultra and am very happy with them.

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    • Brucifer
      Brucifer

      I was under the impression that Harley utilized 20w-50. Pictures show 10w-50. Did I miss something?

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      • Keith
        Keith

        Not an expert, so someone may correct me, but I believe the 20W-50 is the correct oil for standard mineral based (petroleum) oil. It is what I have used since the 1970’s in my old Brit bikes, and is good in warm SoCal climate. But the synthetic component can allow a wider temperature range rating while still protecting at high temperstures, which is vitally important in air/oil cooled engines, and thus the 10W-50. This would be even better in cooler climates, Coastal Cal, and winter times, but even more importantly, the most wear occurs upon startup, and in any climate, getting good lubrication and oil flow upon startup is very beneficial.

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        • Keith
          Keith

          I wish I could edit that, lol. Phone doesn’t let me see it after two lines are written.
          Anyway, my point was that recommendation is for perfectly adequate motor oil, and I don’t think the temperature rating ordinarily can be extended without a synthetic component.
          The 10W just means that the oil will not thicken as much at cold temperatures, so will flow more readily in the cold and upon startup. Both oils will retain viscosity at high temps, thus the 50 rating.
          You won’t be losing anything (other than a few dollars, lol) by upgrading to the synthetic, but may gain engine life.
          The main thing is to always use a quality oil, check levels and change it regularly.

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    • Dennis Santopietro
      Dennis Santopietro

      Hi John, We’ve been doing videos since 2004 with great techs in CT, MN, IL and CA. FMH does not own or operate a shop.

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  3. David
    David

    Price per quart? Have a 2015 roadking 103 in it? A d where do I purchase this

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