• 6:57

    S&S Cycle – How to identify S&S Flywheel and Crankcases

    Dennis Schaefer and S&S Cycle have put together an excellent video for understanding and deciphering the S&S Cycle system for coding and identifying their powertrain components. Serial numbers are important when trying to pinpoint key details like build info, engine displacement, bore and stroke, model year, and any other service or possible recall history. S&S…

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  • 5:22

    Barnett Cables: A Closer Look

    Barnett Cables Fit Your Needs Clutch and throttle cables are one of the most overlooked parts of your motorcycle while in reality, they’re critical pieces of equipment that need to be maintained and replaced to ensure your motorcycle is operating perfectly. Barnett cables are designed for your Harley Davidson. They are made here in the…

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  • 5:58

    Automotive or S&S Tappets in Your Harley

    A common question at S&S Cycle and Fix My Hog: “Will automotive tappets perform like S&S tappets on my Harley Davidson?” This is not a crazy question, as both these lifters have identical outside body dimensions. In other words; they fit. The answer, however, is no. In this video lesson from S&S Cycle, Bruce Tessmer…

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  • 6:15

    The Greasiest Motorcycle Show 2020

    With most spring and early summer rallies being cancelled due to a worldwide pandemic, we were lucky Danny and Aga, founders of Bad Grease Clothing were able to reschedule The Greasiest Motorcycle Show for August. This was the third year The Greasiest has gone down in Lombard, Illinois at Brauer House, and even though the…

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  • 3:31

    Vintage Torque Fest 2020

    What a strange year it’s been, coming into spring, excited for rallies all summer, only to be halted by a worldwide pandemic. With spring and early summer rallies being cancelled or rescheduled left and right during the uncertainty of the spring months, the outlook on Vintage Torque Fest, typically held in spring, looked bleak. Luckily,…

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  • 5:25

    M8 Adjustable Rocker Arms

    Mike brings our attention to adjustable rocker arms for the M8. A topic that will become increasingly more common for Milwaukee Eight owners who establish fifty thousand miles and higher. Harley’s four valve head has two rocker arms that control two valves each. One rocker arm controls a pair of intake valves and one arm…

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  • 4:32

    M8 Harley Davidson Accessory Power Outlet

    Harley Davidson is keeping up with the changing times as well as the most current technology. Mike demonstrates for us on this M8 Softail where to find the Harley Davidson accessory power outlet. Harley’s change over to a CAN BUS electrical system has changed the way we are able to, or rather not able to,…

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  • 4:32

    Harley Twin Cam Oil Pressure Relief Valve

    Here is a great tech tip that Mike demonstrates for any members that are working in their Twin Cam, cam compartment. It is always a good habit to remove, clean, and inspect the Twin Cam oil pressure relief valve any time a cam plate is removed. Especially, if there had previously been some type of…

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  • 5:44

    M8 Harley Oil Pressure Relief Valve

    Here is a great tech tip that Mike demonstrates for any members who are working in their cam compartment. It is always a good habit to remove, clean, and inspect the M8 Harley oil pressure relief valve any time work is being performed within the cam compartment. Especially, if there had previously been some type…

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