Motorcycle Safety Inspection

Duration: 4:48

You finished your service or upgrade to your Harley-Davidson. Bob walks us through a motorcycle safety inspection; checking fluids, lights, brakes, horn, tire pressure and more. Make sure to do this procedure every time you work on your motorcycle.

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4 Responses to “Motorcycle Safety Inspection”
  1. TheMaddYooper
    TheMaddYooper

    Excellent. The basics the only place to start. I always take the time to visually look the bike over good too. Most of the time I don’t find anything but once in a while I do.

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  2. david77
    david77

    the correct tire pressure is in the owner’s manual, not on the sidewall of the tire.

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    • Dennis Santopietro
      Dennis Santopietro

      Thanks David. Your sidewall should also be referenced for info on that tire manufacturers max load and psi.

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    • mark lewis
      mark lewis

      Notice sidewall pressure is “Maximum pressure” and Running pressure is in Owner’s Manual OR in Shop Manual – Regular/General Maintenance – Tires
      and should check tread depth after tire pressure.

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