• Harley-Davidson Battery Replacement
    4:11

    In this Harley-Davidson battery replacement, Bob shows us negative cable reinstall with a little dielectric grease and getting the seat back on the Dyna. These are simple steps after a full service on your Harley-Davidson but without proper execution you will not be going far. Next Service: Belt Tension

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  • Motorcycle Safety Inspection
    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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  • HHI Caliper Install on a Harley Davidson
    11:31

    Bob installs a chrome HHI front caliper. This HHI caliper allows the rider to lock their front tire for security and provides superior stopping power. Bob removes the brake line and sets it over a drain pan. He removes the stock caliper and cleans his work area. Bob checks the new caliper parts to make

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  • How to Bleed Motorcycle Brakes
    5:02

    Bob bleeds for us. Well, he shows us how to bleed motorcycle brakes on this custom caliper set up. He notes the two bleeder set up and that we should remove old fluid before replacing with new. Check your manual DOT4 and DOT5 do not mix. They go pro with the use of a Brake

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  • Steering Head Bearings Adjustment
    12:14

    Bob and Mark show us steering head bearing adjustment by removing the clutch and throttle cables so the front end will have free movement. A piece of tape helps with testing fall away and they cover painted surfaces. They loosen pinch bolts and test fall away. If out of spec, they loosen the stem adjustment

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  • Updated Caliper, Harley Davidson Brakes Service (Front)
    8:25

    Bob reminds us that Harley likes to update their brake calipers. Here’s a look at the most recent Softail and Dyna brake pad replacement. Always note bolt and part location for easy reinstall. Even though these are new pads they have developed a brake squeak and the owner would like aftermarket brake pads installed. Next

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  • Updated Caliper, Softail Rear Brakes Service and Bleeding
    13:37

    Bob gives us a look at an updated rear brake caliper for rear pad replacement and bleeding the rear brakes. He removes the parts and preps for reinstallment. You will note he removed the rear muffler to give us a better view. Check out our exhaust removal videos if you have to do so. With

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  • 4:52

    Overview of EBC EP Extreme Performance Sintered Brake Pads Sometimes we feel like we are riding a big, fast freight train and if EBC brakes can stop on of those they sure can stop our Harley. Bob LaRosa reviews the pads in this video before we install them. * Has the highest friction rating possible

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  • 24:27

    Brake pads and discs need to be inspected at every scheduled service interval, or whenever braking components are removed during service procedures. In this video Bob walks us through front brake pad replacement on a Twin Cam Softail 103. This brake pad change is considered a performance upgrade as the guys install EBC’s Double H

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