• FMH-013643f_Y0E37U_c-Sealed-Wheel-Bearing
    11:29

    Harley Wheel Bearings: Was Old Better? Up until 1999, the motor company used conventional, serviceable Harley wheel bearings. These were high quality bearings made by Timken. They were packed with grease and set against a bearing race with a wheel bearing seal on the outside end of the wheel hub to block out the elements

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  • Harley Starter Clutch
    38:28

    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

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  • Harley Throw Out Bearing
    39:21

    On the right side of your Harley, behind the transmission side cover (aka clutch end cover) you will find the transmission door bearings. These two bearings are critical as they support the heavy load at the end of the transmission main and and counter shafts. Failure It is not uncommon for these bearings to eventually

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  • Fork Seal Leak
    14:56

    You may develop a Harley fork seal leak at some point. It’s a rubber seal and they were out and deteriorate over time. Another Vice Mike shows us how not to pick up another vice. He uses the motorcycle as the vice to remove the tubes. Make sure everything is clean and free of debris.

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  • Rocker Box Cover
    14:30

    Moving Along Mike Roen installs the Harley rocker box cover gasket in the correct location. You will need a little blue Loctite on the cover bolts to help keep them in place. Make sure the gasket stays in place, run the bolts down snug and then torque to spec. Be careful not to damage the

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  • Harley Rocker Box
    18:07

    Mike Roen has the Harley cylinders in place and is now ready to put the lower Harley rocker box on. Your gaskets are labeled front and rear. Make sure to install correctly. Make sure to remove the old o-ring. Prep your bolts with some blue Loctite and put them in the correct allocation. You will

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  • FMH 013645
    1:54

    Here’s a tech tip for your Harley top-end rebuild. Before you can install your pistons you will need to check the ring end gap. Push the ring in cylinder, use the piston to push it down in a little bit and measure your gap. Your manufacturer’s spec is check with a feeler gauge. If it

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  • Harley Cylinder
    18:39

    Mike Roen has everything laid out on the bench to put this Harley cylinder and top end back in place for this Twin Cam. We took it apart for some upgrades and a valve job. Since we showed you how to take a top end apart we figured we should show how to put it

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  • Harley Valve Job
    7:42

    When You Ship it Out So you do not have a Serdi machine in your garage and you will need to have a reputable shop do a Harley valve job for you. Or maybe you do and all your riding buds can have you do the work! Mike reviews the Serdi and the specialty tools

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