FMH LIVE: September 2017

Bob LaRosa brought us back to basics by giving us a refresher on the Harley wrenching skills related to maintenance. Topics include; spark plugs, reading them and replacing them, correct procedures for replacing fluids, and checking belt tension for rider and passenger load. He also touched base on cable adjustments for both clutch and throttle (the ones with cables), and close out with the pre-ride safety check. He was able to answer plenty questions as well.


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28 Responses to “FMH LIVE: September 2017”
  1. Criss Waller

    I would like to see more videos on evolution’s because there are a lot of 80’s & 90’s bikes on the road and need help with repairs. Thanks BF fuzzy Boozefighters mc☆☆☆

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    • Dennis Santopietro

      Hi John, hit refresh we have been live for 45 min. We will have this available in full. Sorry for the delay

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  2. Norman Gross

    Actually listened , you seem to have a decent backround , I have had a shop for 40 years , and you seem to teach common sense {maybe } I am North Jersey , where are you based ??? Norman Gross, I have found over years you cannot fix “STUPID ” I give your co. credit but as always I also have to bite my tongue and after all these years surprised I have one left !!! Norman Gross Sussex Hills

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    • Dennis Santopietro

      Hi Norman, Bob and I grew up in CT and he’s been in the game almost as long. We started FMH in 2004 to show the basics and review some common sense topics so riders are not afraid to turn a wrench. Keep sharing your knowledge so the industry can stay alive.

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  3. Ian

    Thank you Bob for your time and invaluable information on the importance of maintaining motorcycles in order to enjoy the rides we take fully and safely.

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