• 10:04

    M8 Harley Davidson Starter Replacement

    In this video lesson, Mike gives us a demonstration on M8 Harley Davidson starter replacement. He will show us how to remove and install a starter motor on your 2017 and later Milwaukee Eight Touring model Harley Davidson. The Harley Davidson starter replacement process is virtually the same for six speed Twin Cam models (pre-2007…

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  • 2:37

    How To Kickstart a Harley with a Super E Carb

    So you wanna kickstart a Harley! Since purchasing the Flathead power brand, S&S Cycle has had an influx of customers contact their tech support with questions concerning how to kickstart a Harley Davidson. In this video, S&S Cycle’s Wally Cahill and Bruce Tessmer give us a little insight and a demonstration of how to kickstart…

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  • 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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  • 15:00

    Cafe Racer Parts and Plan

    The fun part: Cafe Racer parts and, of course, a plan. Whether you are planning a mild customization, a radical customization, or a full restoration of your Harley Davidson; it is of utmost importance that you start off by creating a plan. For most of us, the first step is to determine your budget. If…

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  • 34:07

    Sportster Front End Removal

    Tommy is ready to fully disassemble the Sportster front end. He begins today with the final removal of the front brake line and clutch cable. Once the last retaining clamps are removed, both of these cables are free from the motorcycle and set aside. Next up on the Sportster front end, the handlebar top clamp…

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  • 14:50

    Powder Coated Parts Install

    All of our powder coated parts orders have been received back from our powder coater. We are anxious to begin the assembly process on our XL, Cafe Racer Project. You’ll notice we have powder coated parts that are black at 60% and a wrinkle black. We have a few reasons we powder coated some of…

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  • 1:00:22

    Sportster Swingarm and Lighting Install

    Tommy is ready to begin assembly of the rear end with the black powder coated Sportster swingarm. Prior to reinstalling the Sportster swingarm, the bearings need to be cleaned and re-packed. If bearings were in less than perfect condition, it is important to replace the bearings and races before proceeding. Tommy installs the freshly packed…

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  • 1:59

    Check Rear Axle Nut Torque

    Checking rear axle nut torque is vitally important for obvious reasons. You never want to run the risk of having an axle loosen while riding. The stock exhaust will be an obstruction when trying to access the rear axle nut with a torque wrench and socket. The best way to get around this is by…

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  • 2:06

    Milwaukee 8 Performance Setup 2

    Tommy reviews the second Milwaukee 8 performance upgrade set-up we will install with all Vance and Hines components. Variety is the spice of life and it rings true for every Harley rider that wants to customize their Milwaukee 8. We have a lot of options out there for us and that’s a great thing. It…

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