• Harley Fork Oil Service
    8:13

    Harley Fork Oil Service

    Bob and Mark demonstrate the best way to empty Harley fork oil from your Sportster’s front fork sliders and replace it with new oil. It can be a two-man job, so try to complete the service with a friend. Newer bikes mostly use 39-millimeter forks, but most bikes are preset with varying levels of spring in the sliders, so consult your manual before you begin this service. Like any other service, you should clean all of the parts that you remove with parts cleaner to ensure that your bike operates smoothly between services.

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  • Removing and Replacing Harley Fork Oil
    19:53

    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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  • 5:07

    Installing Street Glide Forks

    Looking Good We are close to completing our upgrade on our Street Glide forks. Both left and right side fork assemblies have been reassembled per factory and manufacturers specifications. Our completed assemblies have Performance Machine chrome lower sliders and Progressive Suspension’s FST (frequency sensing technology) monotube cartridge lowering kit. Triple Threat The Street Glide forks…

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