• FMH-013643f_Y0E37U_c-Sealed-Wheel-Bearing

    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… Read more »

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  • Fork Seal Leak

    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…. Read more »

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  • Harley Valve Replacement

    I Still Have a Carburetor! Every carbureted Harley Davidson has a Harley fuel valve or aftermarket one. This valve allows the rider to control the on/off delivery of fuel to the carburetor. The fuel valve also has a reserve position that helps the rider to monitor fuel quantity, and can be used as a fail… Read more »

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  • Motorcycle Compression Test

    Know Before You Invest In this video, Bob takes us through a compression test on a Twin Cam motor. The motorcycle in this video has sustained damage due to an accident. It is already known that the frame will need to be replaced. It is, also, important to know the status of the motor before… Read more »

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  • Harley Fuel Pressure Tester

    Poor fuel economy, hesitation, cutting out, and no start are all symptoms of improper fuel pressure. In this video, Mike walks us through the use of a Harley Davidson fuel pressure tester gauge to identify the fuel pressure on your Harley motorcycle. There are a handful of reasons that an injected fuel system may have… Read more »

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  • Harley Davidson Master Cylinder Rebuild (Rear)

    Bob LaRosa shows us the step-by-step process on rebuilding the rear Harley-Davidson® master cylinder. Why would this need to be done? The metal inside the cylinder can start to breakdown and/or the component may start to leak. You may notice that even after bleeding your brakes you still get a spongy lever. This procedure can… Read more »

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  • Harley Master Cylinder – Rebuild

    This video shows you how to rebuild a Harley master cylinder. Bob LaRosa works on the 9/16 bore front master cylinder. Get started by removing the cover and any residual fluid or debris. Take everything apart and compare the old to the new parts to make sure you have everything that you need. Related Videos:… Read more »

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  • Harley 4 Piston Caliper Rebuild

    This video covers rebuilding a Harley four-piston caliper. It is very important to have all your tools and new parts on hand. Compare the old parts with the new to make sure you have every thing you need. Take your time and work clean. Related Videos: Twin Cam: Rear Brake Pads and Calipers Rear Caliper… Read more »

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  • Harley Single Piston Brake Caliper Rebuild

    This video is on brake caliper rebuild for a Harley caliper single piston rear and front. This is a critical part of you motorcycle. You need to stop. Work clean and never shake brake fluid. Also you need to know the brake fluid that your motorcycle requires. Related Videos: Sportster Brake Pads 1999 & Older… Read more »

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