• 20:49

    Harley Davidson Motor Review – Shovel to M8

    The Harley Davidson motor has gone through a lot of changes over the years. From the Knucklehead and Panhead, the Shovelhead and Evolution, and more recently, the Twin Cam and Milwaukee Eight. In this video, Mike talks about the Halrey Davidson motor from the inception of the Shovelhead motor in 1966 and demonstrates some of…

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  • 3:22

    Harley Chopper Ride Comparison

    Nate Beck recently fulfilled his childhood dream of owning an old Harley chopper and with it came a whole host of surprises. Some more welcome than others. He knew the time commitment and maintenance would be quite different when compared to my 2015 Sportster and he had already purchased a shovelhead service manual that I…

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  • 49:38

    Sportster Handlebars, Seat, Battery, Tank Removal

    Tommy is eager to take off the Sportster handlebars, seat, tank and more. Before picking up any tools, it is important to begin with a service manual and a plan. Don’t just start off by tearing down areas at random. Develop a plan of action. Make lists of parts that will be needed, parts that…

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  • 14:55

    Harley Build – Cafe Racer Teardown Review

    FMH Founder Dennis Santopietro joins Tommy to touch base for the Harley build mid-project review. They look over our Cafe Racer – Harley build teardown and future plans to complete our build. Reminding us the importance of starting with a plan that not only includes the future design of the motorcycle, but also a project…

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  • 4:54

    Refilling Primary Chaincase Lubricant on an M8 Softail

    Refilling the primary chaincase lubricant on your M8 Softail is relatively straightforward however, it is a good idea to determine whether your Harley Davidson has a wide or narrow outer primary cover prior to replenishing with oil. The service manual does not specify how to determine what is considered a wide or narrow primary so…

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  • 10:15

    Inspect and Replace Front Harley Brake Fluid

    Next on our checklist is front Harley brake fluid inspection. The master cylinder reservoir top cap should be removed at every service interval for fluid inspection/fluid level inspection. In between services, you can simply make a quick inspection through the sight glass at the end of the master cylinder to verify correct Harley brake fluid…

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