In The Shop: 2012 FXDC Fuel Filter Replacement

If you are riding a fuel injected Harley Davidson, fuel filter replacement is an important service point that should not be overlooked. Typically, replacement of this filter is recommended at forty or fifty thousand miles. The service manual for your year and model will list this filter replacement in the service schedule. The fuel filter… Read more »


2017 Harley-Davidson Road King Special Debuts

Exclusive Interview by Don Williams at UltimateMotorcycling 2017 Harley-Davidson Road King Special First Look Preview A classic tourer gets an update as the 2017 Harley-Davidson Road King Special–powered by the all-new Milwaukee-Eight 107–is revealed. The Road King Special gets a custom urban bagger treatment, losing its windshield and much of its chrome, while picking up… Read more »


New Harley-Davidson XG750R Flat Tracker Set for X Games Debut

Harley-Davidson XG750R by Ron Lieback at UltimateMotorcycling Harley-Davidson will bring something new to the American Flat Track scene in 2017—the all-new liquid-cooled XG750R, which replaces the most successful flat-track racer of all time, the XR750. The Harley-Davidson Factory Flat Track Racing Team will compete only on the new XG750R throughout the 2017 American Flat Track… Read more »

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In The Shop: 1970 Moto Guzzi

Here’s a cool ride that recently found its way into our shop. A 1970 Moto Guzzi Ambassador with sidecar. The owner asked us if we would replace his fork seals. We talked him into also doing his neck bearings and races at this time. It was an easy sell as we pointed out that the… Read more »

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In The Shop: Shock Lowering Kit

Every once in a while we’ll check in on the the guys at the shop to see what they’re up to. 2010 Road Glide Goes Low In the shop this week we have a 2010 Road Glide. The owner chose to lower the motorcycle for comfort. We installed the Progressive Lowering Kit which will allow… Read more »


In The Shop: Cam Chain Tensioners

Cam Chain Tensioners From 2000 until 2006 Harley Davidson’s cam chain tensioners on their Twin Cam motors were, to say the least, a complete and utter failure. A lot of us were, and are still, scratching our heads wondering how in the world they could not be held accountable and forced to recall these motors… Read more »


In The Shop: Bad Fuel Injector

2008 XL SYMPTOM: Running on one cylinder DIAGNOSIS: A bad fuel injector REPAIR: Replace fuel injector https://www.fixmyhog.com/video/fi2000-powrpro-cvt-install-003260/ Harley Davidson fuel rail Intake seals https://www.fixmyhog.com/video/carb-intake-and-ss-air-cleaner-install-005402/ Spark plugs https://www.fixmyhog.com/video/spark-plugs-001224/ Bad, or blocked fuel injectors are not uncommon. If you own a fuel injected Harley Davidson that begins running on only one cylinder, this may be the case…. Read more »


Harley-Davidson Launches All-New Milwaukee-Eight Engine

MILWAUKEE (Aug. 23, 2016) – More Power. More Comfort. More Control. Today, Harley- Davidson unveils the all-new Milwaukee-Eight™ engine, the ninth Big Twin in its history, plus all-new front and rear suspension for its Model Year 2017 Touring motorcycle lineup. “These are the most powerful, most responsive and most comfortable Touring motorcycles ever offered by… Read more »


Red Lodge Loop – Two Lanes Never Looked So Good!

By Sturgis Riders News Blog Ask anyone who’s ridden the Red Lodge Loop, and they’ll tell you it’s a ride that should be near the top of your bucket list. Beginning and ending in Red Lodge, Montana, “The Loop” follows two-lane roads, sweepers and twisties through some of the region’s loveliest scenery. Imagine rolling green… Read more »