• Harley Brakes - Sportster Rear Pad Replacement
    6:37

    Harley Brakes – Sportster Rear Pad Replacement

    Bob demonstrates the proper technique for checking, servicing and replacing Harley brakes on the rear wheel caliper of your Harley Sportster. He shows how to loosen the caliper, remove the brake pads and install a new set. Once they are in place, he pumps the rear brakes to make sure the caliper is making solid contact with the wheel and checks the fluid reservoir. If the fluid level is low, you should either bleed the brakes or replace the fluid. More Maintenance Videos are listed here.

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  • Harley Brake Caliper 2000 - 2003 Front & Rear Service
    12:07

    Harley Brake Caliper 2000 – 2003 Front & Rear Service

    Bob demonstrates how to service the front and rear brake calipers on a Sportster. There are a few changes that Harley has made over the years, so you should be sure to pay attention to the differences; they could affect how you service your bike.

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  • Harley Rear Brake Caliper and Pad Service
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    Harley Rear Brake Caliper and Pad Service

    Bob teaches his simple technique for easy access to the Softail and Dyna rear brake to service the brake pads and caliper, as well as how to replace them afterwards. He stresses the importance of only using brake cleaner on each of these parts. Then he shows you how to check the level and condition of brake fluid in the rear master cylinder.

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  • Harley Front Brake Caliper and Pad Replacement
    5:42

    Harley Front Brake Caliper and Pad Replacement

    Bob shows you how to remove and service the front caliper pad, the pad slide pin and the caliper mount on your Harley Davidson Softail or Dyna. He says it is imperative that you apply anti-seize to the parts and clean them with brake cleaner, otherwise oxidation will cause the bolts to lock to the caliper and render the entire assembly useless.

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  • Sportster Forward Controls, Brake Lever Removal & Upgrade
    23:06

    Sportster Forward Controls, Brake Lever Removal & Upgrade

    Harley forward controls are one of the most popular upgrades. When you get tired of the rust that builds on the stock controls here’s a nice upgrade. This is also a great upgrade for mid controls to Sportster forward controls. Bob and Mark take their time and remove the rusted stock brake lever side and…

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  • Harley Stator and Rotor Shell Replacement
    20:23

    Harley Stator and Rotor Shell Replacement

    This three-part video series walks us through Harley Davidson charging system replacement. Bob LaRosa shows us how to replace the Harley stator and rotor shell. Next Step: Harley Voltage Regulator Replacement Other videos in this series: Harley Voltage Regulator Replacement Harley Davidson Charging System Removal Electrical Systems

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  • Updated Caliper, Harley Davidson Brakes Service (Front)
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    Updated Caliper, Harley-Davidson® Brakes Service (Front)

    Bob reminds us that Harley likes to update their brake calipers. Here’s a look at the most recent Softail and Dyna brake pad replacement. Always note bolt and part location for easy reinstall. Even though these are new pads they have developed a brake squeak and the owner would like aftermarket brake pads installed. Next…

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  • Updated Caliper, Softail Rear Brakes Service and Bleeding
    13:37

    Updated Caliper, Softail Rear Brakes Service and Bleeding

    Bob gives us a look at an updated rear brake caliper for rear pad replacement and bleeding the rear brakes. He removes the parts and preps for reinstallment. You will note he removed the rear muffler to give us a better view. Check out our exhaust removal videos if you have to do so. With…

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  • Harley Rear Brake Caliper and Pad Service - Pre 1999
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    Harley Rear Brake Caliper and Pad Service – Pre 1999

    Bob demonstrates the process for servicing the rear calipers on a pre-1999 edition of the Harley Softail or Dyna. He shows you how to carefully remove, clean and replace the components of the caliper assembly. Be very careful when tightening and torqueing bolts, and consult your user manual if you are uncertain at any point.

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