1995 Harley Dyna Wide Glide First, I would like to say that I think your how-to-videos are amazing. With that said, my question is: After I saw your video on changing the inner primary on a Dyna to chrome, I decided to change mine. After getting the old one off, I ordered two different chrome
2005 FLSTFI After parking the bike for almost 3month after daily riding for years, I have a very loud noise on the primary side, What could it be or where should I start looking at least? From the outside the sound seems to be coming from the clutch area, not from the rotor/shoe area. ****
Aftermarket Upgrade Its been no secret that there has been a serious issue with the 2007 and later Big Twin compensator assembly. We released our Baker Compensator upgrade videos years ago where we demonstrate the installation procedure. In 2007 (2006 Dyna), Harley seemed to resolve the cam chain tensioner issue only to replace it with
Do you have videos for primary installation on a 1996 road King? Via Email Check out the Touring Belt R&R videos. Also, the ’89 Softail. Related Fix My Hog Videos: http://www.fixmyhog.com/video/touring-rear-belt-removal-002055/ http://www.fixmyhog.com/video/harley-davidson-charging-system-removal-005149/ Have more questions? Check out our Q&A index page to find some answers.
1988 HD FXR…I am going to install a Delkron 91-93 inner primary and tranny case. Then I will install a Jim’s Fat 5 /Overdrive (thanks for the awesome video) set of gears. I am looking for a hydraulic clutch slave cover that will work with this set up. Have not had any luck finding one.
I’m a Premium member and just came back from a long ride of 1400 miles. Nearing the end of the ride I started hearing primary noise rattling from my 2010 HD Road King. The next day after arriving home I drained the fluid and found not only the metal paste on the magnetic drain plug
I gently laid my bike down on primary side and now it won’t shift. HD shop said its jammed & possible the shaft is bend. Do you have a video to review this repair? Via Email You will have to remove your drive to evaluate the damage. Related Fix My Hog Videos: http://www.fixmyhog.com/video/softail-rear-belt-removal-part-i-002181/ http://www.fixmyhog.com/video/touring-rear-belt-removal-002055/ Have