• Bearing Race

    Harley Davidson has been using the same style steering head, neck bearings, bearing race set-up for a number of decades. These bearings are considered conventional. They are serviceable and not a sealed design. They can be maintained. That is these bearings can be cleaned, inspected, and repacked until they are deemed worn, or out of… Read more »

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  • Harley Breakout Box

    The Harley breakout box is meant to be used in conjunction with a scan tool and a flow chart from your electrical manual. It interfaces with your main harness and ECM to allow a technician to pinpoint individual circuits within your motorcycle. The Harley breakout box allows for voltage, ohms, and continuity testing of specific… Read more »

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  • Harley Alarm

    There are a number of TSSM settings that a rider has the option of setting different modes, or preferences. In this video clip, Bob demonstrates how to set your preference for the Harley alarm sensitivity. There are four Harley alarm sensitivity settings: Extremely Low, Low, Medium, or High. The selection picked controls the sensitivity of… Read more »

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  • Harley Scan Tool

    Searching and researching trouble codes is often the first and easiest step when it comes to diagnosing an issue with your Harley Davidson. We have already showed you how to pull up possible codes through your speedometer head; but then what? Often times further diagnostics and conclusions can be accomplished with just a test light… Read more »

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  • Harley Key Fob

    If your Harley is equipped with a TSSM (Security), you will be able to enable and disable security alarm and immobilization functions with a remote, personally carried transmitter. This transmitter is referred to as a key FOB. If your Harley key FOB is ever lost, damaged, or stolen, you can easily assign a new key… Read more »

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  • Custom Motorcycle Cables

    Something we commonly see at the shop are bikes that come in with cables that are the incorrect length. Most commonly, this is the aftermath of a handlebar change, where incorrect measurements were taken, or somebody just estimated what they thought was needed to complete the job. Custom motorcycle cables measurement, throttle, clutch, and brake… Read more »

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  • Harley Starter Clutch

    A common component to fail on a Harley-Davidson is the starter. Whether from age or lack of proper battery/motorcycle maintenance, it is almost inevitable that your starter will need to be pulled for rebuild or repair. Harley’s starter design changed in 2007 and we found ourselves no longer having to get into the primary drive… Read more »

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  • Harley VIN

    The vehicle identification number (VIN) is the identifying code for a SPECIFIC vehicle. The VIN serves as the vehicle’s fingerprint, as no two vehicles in operation have the same VIN. A Harley VIN is composed of 17 characters (digits and capital letters) that act as a unique identifier for the vehicle. A VIN displays the… Read more »

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  • Harley voes

    For many years Harley-Davidson carbureted models were built with a V.O.E.S. These letters stand for Vacuum Operated Electric Switch. This Harley VOES switch has a very important function on a Harley-Davidson. It senses vacuum behind the butterfly of the carburetor and advances or retards the ignition timing accordingly. The Harley VOES switch remains closed until… Read more »

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