• Harley voes
    4:59

    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

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  • Handlebar Switch
    5:40

    In this video Bob shows us how to test for ohms and continuity in a handlebar switch control harness. A multimeter becomes a very important tool when performing repairs or upgrades beyond basic maintenance. An individual wire, handlebar switch or circuit has to be isolated whenever testing for ohms or continuity. That is the circuit

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  • Push Pull Test
    7:10

    Here is a commonly overlooked test procedure that has been in every Harley-Davidson service manual for decades. Known as the push pull test; this is a quick test should be administered anytime your starter motor is in question. This is a simple, three part test that will determine whether or not your solenoid is in

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  • 3:05

    Removing the Harley digital speedo head from your Softail dash is simple. However, care must be taken not to damage anything in the process. There are a few reasons why you may need to remove your speedometer. Replacing/changing/painting your dash, changing /upgrading your speedo, or maybe, adding a decorative trim to your dash. Always disconnect

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  • Dash Ignition Switch
    4:33

    If you have a bad Harley dash ignition switch, or a broken fork lock, you will want to replace both components in order to keep one matching key on your Softail. Replacing the fork lock is an involved, lengthy process which requires you to disconnect a number of components in order to drop your front

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  • Harley Fork Lock
    8:10

    Lost Key, Now What? If you ever lose the key to your Harley Davidson or purchase a used Harley without keys, you will need to replace your ignition switch and fork lock assemblies. These assemblies are, typically, keyed to match. That is, you should be able to use the same key for both ignition switch

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  • Mounting a Tire
    14:57

    Cost Savings A rider who can mount his own tires will save a lot if money by not having to rely on a dealership or local shop. There is not much needed to accomplish mounting a tire manually. You will need a bead breaker tool/mount, tire spoons, rim protectors, a needle nose pliers, and a

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  • Wheel Truing
    9:21

    Lost Art? Some riders consider lacing and truing to be “old school”. Being that Harley-Davidson still manufacturers motorcycles with spoke rims; there is nothing old school about it! Lacing and wheel truing is tedious. You need to approach the task with patience and an open mind. It is something that will need to be learned,

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  • Harley Clutch Basket
    3:31

    We love companies like Barnett because they get in front of an OEM problem and solve it fast. Let’s take a look at the Harley clutch basket on Twin Cam models from 2007 and later. The basket can break and / or start to crack. When you are servicing the primary, do thorough visual inspection

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