• 12:46

    The master cylinder reservoir top cap should be removed at every service interval for fluid inspection and fluid level inspection. Between services, you can simply make a quick inspection through the sight glass of the master cylinder to verify correct Harley brake fluid level. Most importantly, the Harley brake fluid flush must be completely done

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  • 4:34

    Dennis Santopietro and Nate Beck spend a few minutes on this video talking about what we will be posting here. Nate has the smarts to add a few days on to personal and business trips to rent a Harley when he’s somewhere new and explore the area on a Harley. Nate will also be sharing

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  • 26:02

    Bob LaRosa goes into more detail about an excellent product that can be an addition to every model Harley Davidson. The Dimple magnetic drain plug is made to replace the factory drain plugs on your Harley Davidson. Made in the United States, Dimple drain plugs are far superior to the factory drain plugs. Dimple uses

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  • 2:55

    When considering a gear drive cam chest assembly, the Harley crankshaft runout becomes extremely important. The manufacturer of a gear drive assembly will always specify a maximum allowance for Harley crankshaft runout. This allowance should not exceed .003″. It is very important to heed the manufacturer’s instruction and warning. If a gear drive assembly is

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  • 4:38

    Whether you are reusing the stock Twin Cam oil pump or upgrading the oil pump, it is very important to thoroughly clean, identify, and inspect all Twin Cam oil pump pieces before assembling the unit and installing it into the bottom end of the motor. The Twin Cam oil pump is a relatively simple assembly

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  • 10:29

    The oil pump can be completely assembled on the bench or piece by piece over the pinion shaft. Either way is fine as long as it is assembled with plenty of assembly lube or clean oil and there is never any binding. Install the oil pump o-ring into its location in the crankcase. This o-ring

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  • 14:36

    When installing an S&S gear drive assembly, it is important to measure cam gear lash. First, measure gear lash with only the cam gear installed. Then, measure lash with the cam and pinion gears installed. Make marks on the cam gear in four locations; 12, 6, 3, & 9 o’clock. Measurements should be made with

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  • 5:35

    There are a a number of quality replacement lifters available for Harley Davidsons. Andrews and Jims are excellent. Fueling and Harley Davidson lifters are also very good. Our first choice, however, are S&S lifters. It can be argued that another manufacturer’s lifters are equally good, but we like to stick with what we know. We

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  • 3:58

    The Harley Davidson cam chain tensioner shoes have been an issue since 1999 until Harley updated to hydraulic cam chain tensioners in 2006 and 2007. We show you how to update to hydraulic in our Harley Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Project videos. Mike Roen walks us through the next level upgrade to gear drive instead

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