• 4:32

    Harley Twin Cam Oil Pressure Relief Valve

    Here is a great tech tip that Mike demonstrates for any members that are working in their Twin Cam, cam compartment. It is always a good habit to remove, clean, and inspect the Twin Cam oil pressure relief valve any time a cam plate is removed. Especially, if there had previously been some type of…

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  • 47:57

    S&S Quickee Pushrods, Lifters, Cuffs Install

    Mike has the cam chest completely assembled. He is now ready to move forward and install the S&S lifters and S&S Quickee pushrods. The lifters have a side oil passage. It does not matter if the passage faces in or out. However, if lifters are being re-used, it is important that they are returned to…

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  • 5:44

    M8 Harley Oil Pressure Relief Valve

    Here is a great tech tip that Mike demonstrates for any members who are working in their cam compartment. It is always a good habit to remove, clean, and inspect the M8 Harley oil pressure relief valve any time work is being performed within the cam compartment. Especially, if there had previously been some type…

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  • 5:25

    Sportster Cafe Racer Wrap-up

    That’s a wrap! Our 2000 Sportster has been transformed into our modern, alternative version of a Cafe Racer. A lot of time was put into this project. Beginning with the time spent planning, scheduling, and budgeting. We started with a concept and an idea of what year and model Sportsters we could use for the…

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  • 3:21

    Checking Harley Spoke Wheels for Tightness

    If your Harley Davidson has spoke rims, it is extremely important to inspect the spokes for proper tightness at regular maintenance intervals. If Harley spoke wheels become and remain loose from neglect, it can not only be very damaging to the wheel, but riding conditions will become extremely dangerous. If you have never experienced riding…

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  • 12:46

    Harley Brake Fluid Flush and Inspection

    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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  • 1:13

    Check Front Axle Nut Torque

    Next on Harley’s service checklist is checking for proper front axle nut torque. The front or rear axles should not loosen for any reason on their own. In fact, this is really just to inspect the work of the last person or mechanic that touched this area of the motorcycle. It could even have been…

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  • 5:31

    Replace Drain Plugs and Harley Oil Filter

    Harley drain plug and Harley oil filter installation is not difficult. Things can quickly become difficult if a drain plug is installed incorrectly. If a drain plug is not installed straight or is installed dirty, the plug’s threaded allocation in the case can become permanently damaged. The most common way oil cases become damaged is…

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  • 1:47

    Check Harley Hardware on Switch Housings

    Another simple yet very important safety inspection is the Harley hardware on the switch housing, the clutch perch and front master cylinder clamp. If for any reason this Harley hardware were to loosen or fall off of the motorcycle, it would create a serious safety problem. Losing proper clutch function can be a serious safety…

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