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.
Join Fix My Hog as we chat with Dave Perewitz at 11am EST/10am CST on April 23rd for the live event about his beginnings in the custom motorcycle industry under Arlen Ness, his expansion into the mastery of every aspect of motorcycle building, and what is new from Perewitz Cycle Fabrication. Since the mid-1970s, Dave…Watch Now >>
Have you ever wondered how one-off gas tanks are made? Or better yet, have you wanted to build your own and don’t know where to start? We’ve got your back– join us FMH LIVE with Tommy ‘Clutch’ Creal, where he hosts Part 1 of fabricating a motorcycle gas tank. Tommy cuts, bends, forms, and welds…Watch Now >>
Thank you Tommy ‘Clutch’ Creal for presenting some benchtop demo’s and disassembles. He got through several topics; braking system, starter rebuild/components, EFI/carburetors, ignition coils and make sure to click on the links here after you watch Tommy for in-depth step by step videos and articles.
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