Battery Replacement with YUASA

Loose Positive Cable Meltdown Since 2004 our talented techs have told us and shown us what loose battery connections can do. Check it out in this photo. I carry a 10 mm wrench with me to check battery connections on long rides. I must have forgotten to check them on one ride and the positive

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In The Shop: Evolution Oil Pump

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

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In The Shop: Upgraded Primary Chain Adjuster

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

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In The Shop: Kuryakyn Saddlebag Accents

Accent Lights There are many different options when it comes to adding accent lighting to a touring model Harley Davidson. There are a number of things to consider before choosing an accent light especially if you are planning to do the installation yourself. There are various kits that differ greatly in price and lighting style.

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In The Shop: Shovelhead Motor Rebuild

Shovelhead Motor Rebuild There are tens of thousands of Harley Davidsons pounding roads across the globe, at any given minute. In time, it is inevitable, that many of these motorcycles will be ridden, long and far enough for a much needed motor rebuild. There are a number of different reasons a rebuild will be considered.

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FXRD 114 – Ride and Review

Saddle Up on the FXDR 114 Nic de Sena 2019 Harley-Davidson FXDR 114 Review The Harley-Davidson 2020 announcements sent shock waves through the motorcycling industry, to put it lightly. It was a dramatic shift from all that we know the American V-twin manufacturer to be, but those fascinating new models are a year away. Perhaps

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In The Shop: Broken Exhaust Stud

A very common owner mistake that can usually be avoided: The dreaded, broken exhaust stud. This is more likely to be an issue on bikes that are stored in sheds or left outside for long periods of time where rust develops on the raw steel exhaust studs & flare nuts. The exhaust may need to

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More Roads to Harley-Davidson Plan

“More Roads to Harley-Davidson” Includes New Products in Additional Motorcycle Segments, Broader Access and Commitment to Strengthen Dealers MILWAUKEE (July 30, 2018) – To inspire even more people around the world to experience the exhilaration of riding a motorcycle, Harley-Davidson today shared details of its “More Roads to Harley-Davidson” growth plan through 2022. In a

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