Do you have the DVD for “cam chain tensioner” upgrade from the spring loaded tensioner to the hydraulic pump tensioner, for a 2002, 88 twin cam? Via Email Check out the online class in the related videos below. Related Fix My Hog Videos: Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Cam Gear Drive Conversion Have more questions? Check
We have replaced buckets of Evolution and Shovelhead oil pumps over the years. Unlike Twin Cam oil pumps that sometimes fail by design, the Evolution and earlier oil pumps were typically good until worn from tens of thousands of miles, or damaged as a result of cam or tappet bearing failure. The latter, catastrophic failure
I have an 2005 U.C. that needs semi-critical repair. I’m just an old retired grunt so I think I may need help in the endeavor. Or…perhaps a FOR SALE sign or a grenade. Help me get to the right place. Thank You. 2005 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide . (FLHCUI-i believe) 45000 miles. I
2006 Heritage Softail Classic FLSTCI Going to have to do an upgrade on the cam chain tensioner over the winter. Typical upgrade is the hydraulic tensioner, but also noticed that there is an upgrade with a gear driven cam (no chain). Which is better? What are the advantages & disadvantages of either one???? Via Email
Does the cam chain video series show and tell you the special tools needed? Via Email Yes, we use, talk about, and demonstrate the use of specialty tools. Related Fix My Hog Videos: Cam Chain Tensioner Have more questions? Check out our Q&A index page to find some answers.
Videos on Inspection and Repair: Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Video Project Cam Gear Drive Conversion Video Project Cam Chain Tensioners Twin Cams from 1999 through 2006 (expect for the 2006 Dyna) – Harley Davidson’s cam chain tensioners on their Twin Cam motors were, to say the least, a complete and utter failure. A lot of
Is it the same procedure to change cam on v-twin 96 then a v-twin 88. Do I really need a hydraulic press? Via Email Yes, the procedure is very much the same. You can get around using a press, but it is very important to properly support or press bearings when going together. With proper
Two year old Ultima 120 C.I. Evo style engine. Engine will not start; seems to be a timing problem. New Ultima electronic (programmed for curve 3) ignition installed. Have spark and fuel. Not even a “pop” with starting fluid. Question: Could there be something broken internally that would cause the timing to be off?? (gear