• Springer Front End Inspection
    6:05

    Bob and Mark put a Dyna WideGlide on the table lift to show you how to assemble an HHI’s lower slider, fork tube and six-degree trees with hidden fork stops. They also teach you to use your service manual’s specifications to learn how to torque the parts after they assembled. Finally, be sure to apply

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  • Harley Davidson Fork Oil Replacement
    20:11

    Bob teaches you how to change the fork oil for conventional fork setups and new cartridge style setups. Cartridge styles are only found on the FL Touring model, whereas Road King models are typically conventional. Next Video: Harley Forks Reinstallation After Service

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  • Harley Forks Reinstallation After Service
    14:12

    Once you’ve changed the oil in your Touring model’s front fork, you’ll need to reinstall the assembly. This is another two-person job because you should take care to get everything lined up and properly installed. Bob and Mark demonstrate the step-by-step process for reinstalling the outer fairing, passing lamps, headlamp, radio and windshield. Next Video:Steering

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  • Harley steering head bearing adjustment
    12:36

    Bob and Mark show you how to adjust the neck bearing, or steering stem, on a Road King or Touring model. They demonstrate basic lubrication maintenance and the technique for removing and cleaning parts of the bearing and carefully reinstalling them. As always, this job is easier with two people. Next Video:How to service front

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  • How to bleed brakes on a Harley
    11:48

    Bob and Mark discuss the FL dual disc braking system on the Touring model and show you how to service and clean the calipers, replace the front brake pads and replace the brake fluid. They stress that you use only your model year’s brake fluid, Dot 5 or Dot 4, depending. If you mix the

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  • Harley Davidson Rear Tire Replacement
    13:33

    Bob and Mark demonstrate how to remove and re-install the rear wheel assembly on your Harley Touring model, showing you the best way to take off the muffler, axle and tire. Once the parts are off, you can clean debris from the bike with parts cleaner, make adjustments to the rear cam and replace any

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  • Basic After Service Motorcycle Safety Tips
    3:59

    Motorcycle safety is important! Now that you’ve fully serviced your Harley Touring model, you can take the opportunity to check all of the safety features on the bike. Make sure the lights are working properly, the horn makes noise, turn signals are operational, and all grommets are in place. Then you should check the throttle,

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  • 1984-1999 Overview of the Harley Evolution engine
    3:27

    Oh Evo, how I love thee. Dennis here from Fix My Hog and I own a 1984 FXRS and love it. The Harley Evolution engine helped bring Harley-Davidson back from bankruptcy. This was a major design advance for Harley-Davidson in many ways, the Harley Evolution engine is most distinct from earlier Harley-Davidson engine designs by

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  • Evolution Front Brake Calipers & Pads
    8:55

    Bob and Mark demonstrate the step-by-step process for servicing and replacing the front caliper and brake pads on your Touring model. They teach you when a pad should be changed or how much life it has left. Be sure to thoroughly clean and lubricate parts when necessary, the little details can drastically affect the current

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