If you’ve already learned how to jack up a motorcycle you’ve realized that most Harley-Davidsons are somewhat easy to lift with a jack or table lift compared to the Trike. Now we need to figure out a way to get this Harley Tri Glide up in the air. Bob reviews the main differences when lifting a standard Harley and where to lift this Harley Tri Glide. You do not want this motorcycle flopping around or tilting forward or backward. You might be getting under this motorcycle so safety is the most important part of the day. I know we say it often it is important to have your Trike supplement for your model and year. You will see on this video a couple ways to get the motorcycle in the air and your manual will confirm locations so you do not damage the motorcycle or hurt yourself.
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Harley tools are not only specialty tools like JIMS and Kent Moore but many that you have in your garage already. Bob LaRosa gives us a great overview on some of the basic tools we need to service our Harley-Davidson from oil-change to custom part install. Bob shows us that tools are only part ofWatch Now >>
Bob and Mark demonstrate the process for lubricating your Harley’s steering head bearings and adjusting the fall-away. As always, Bob stresses the importance of adequately prepping all bolts, consulting your user manual to be sure everything is done correctly, covering any painted areas on the bike and, if possible, working with two sets of hands.Watch Now >>
In this quick demonstration of the Harley Sportster battery removal, you’ll learn how to remove your bike’s seat and side cover so you can check on the condition of your battery and its operating components. It is strongly recommended that you remove the negative cable of the battery first and replace it last when servicingWatch Now >>