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.
Welcome to Fix My Hog LIVE. We tried a few over the last few weeks and we are dialing in our equipment and technology to bring you live events every month. In July’s FMH Event, Bob LaRosa discusses the components on the Harley dashboard. Harley-Davidson has made several changes to the components on the dashboardWatch Now >>
Bob LaRosa reviewed proper storage and all aspects of storage whether it’s long term, short term or seasonal. He addressed batteries, fluids and proper protection from the elements for inside or outside storage. He reviewed possible tire damage due to improper storage and correct re-start up regardless of the length of storage. He also addressedWatch Now >>
Have you ever wanted to add a custom gas tank, a sissy bar or even a new frame to your bike but struggled to bring it to reality? Well, we’ve got you covered. We sat down with Tommy ‘Clutch’ Creal, master fabricator, for Fix My Hog LIVE. Tommy gave us an in-depth look at customWatch 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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