• Softail Shock

    Softail Shock Maintenance & Rebuild

    Down and Gets Dirty The Softail shock is one of the most neglected components on a Harley Davidson. Although not easy to access, the shock assembly does require regular maintenance. The design of this shock assembly allows for it to accumulate road debris. The front side of the shock assembly has a number of (aprox…

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  • Harley Oil

    Harley Oil Tank Removal

    Time to get this oil tank out of our way so we can continue moving towards removing the engine and transmission on this Twin Cam. Oil Lines Loosen and remove all related hardware and brackets. With the oil tank loose, you can begin pulling the oil lines from the engine crankcase. Do so, by simply…

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  • Harley Primary Drive

    Twin Cam Harley Primary Drive Removal

    Let’s pull the Harley primary drive on this Twin Cam. We have filmed drive removal and installation on a number of models. This time we are working on a 2002 Softail. We are removing the drive so that we can remove the transmission and motor as we make our way to stripping this m/c down…

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  • Stripping Motorcycle

    Stripping Motorcycle Tips

    We are getting closer to having the Twin Cam Softail stripped down to it’s bare frame. As Bob moves forward, there are a few important stripping motorcycle tips that remain constant: Take pictures – A couple of seconds it will take you to snap a quick photo may save you hours of aggravation upon reassembly.…

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  • Harley Engine Mount

    Removal of Harley Engine Mount

    On the left side, we are just about ready to begin unbolting the transmission and motor from the Twin Cam Softail. All of the wiring harness has already been disconnected. We have removed the throttle cables from the carburetor and the clutch cable from the clutch perch. The clutch cable will be removed entirely along…

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  • Harley Davidson Mount

    Harley Davidson Mount Removal

    In this video, Bob and Mark are minutes away from removing the transmission, and later, the motor on the Softail. Let’s look at right side engine mount removal. More Room As many Hoggers already know; you can also be preparing to remove, only, the motor at this point. It is possible to remove the motor…

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  • Harley Davidson Transmission Removal

    Harley Davidson Transmission Removal

    Bob and Mark are really close to having this Twin Cam Softail stripped down to it’s bare frame. Once the Harley Davidson transmission and engine are removed, they will be down to only a rolling chassis. Starter Removal First, we need to get the starter out of the way before Harley Davidson transmission removal can…

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  • Twin Cam Engine

    Twin Cam Engine Removal

    Bob and Mark are ready to pull this Twin Cam motor and head to the bench. There are many steps and a great deal of labor to get to this point. Here’s a broad overview of areas addressed (broken down, or removed) in order to remove the Twin Cam engine from the Softail frame. Double…

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  • Harley Rear Fender Removal

    Harley Rear Fender Removal

    There are a number of reasons you may need to remove your rear fender. You may not necessarily be stripping your entire motorcycle down to the bare frame as Bob and Mark are doing here. Why? Whether you are doing paint correction/repair, or something custom, it is always better when you can remove a component…

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