• Harley Fork Oil Change Softail / Dyna
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    Harley Fork Oil Change Softail / Dyna

    Bob teaches you how to remove the necessary caps and screws on the front fork of your Softail or Dyna to drain the fluid and clean the parts. He recommends only using brake cleaner, not carb cleaner. Once you’ve drained the fork and replaced any old parts, check your user manual to find the type and amount of fluid that you should use to refill the fork.

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  • Removing and Replacing Harley Fork Oil
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    Removing and Replacing Harley Fork Oil

    Fork fluid can be tricky and slippery. Bob and Mark drain the fluid and remove the fork from the Dyna. Check your service manual. If you do not have to remove the forks, see our other videos on Front Fork Fluid change. Use caution when removing the end cap, there is pressure in there. Note…

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  • Harley Forks Reinstallation After Service
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    Harley Forks Reinstallation After Service

    Once you’ve changed the oil in your Touring model’s front fork, you’ll need to reinstall the assembly. This is another two-person job because you should take care to get everything lined up and properly installed. Bob and Mark demonstrate the step-by-step process for reinstalling the outer fairing, passing lamps, headlamp, radio and windshield.

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  • Front Fork Service 41mm Conventional Front Forks
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    Front Fork Service 41mm Conventional Front Forks

    Bob and Mark teach you how to quickly and precisely change the oil on a 41-mm conventional style air-suspended FL front fork for a Touring model. This particular bike has an air-suspended system in which you can pump air to the handlebar reservoir and control fork suspension.

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