• 2:33

    The final Harley drive sprocket has a rubber isolator that is designed to absorb energy, or cushion the sprocket. Harley Davidson released touring models with sprocket isolators in 2008. 2008 models have a stand alone design. In 2009 the isolator and sprocket assembly changed and has stayed the same to present day. Mike shows us

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  • 12:52

    This video covers final Harley drive belt adjustment and torquing the rear axle nut. You cannot adjust one without affecting the other. It is important to inspect your final Harley drive belt and sprocket at the time of adjustment. Inspect each tooth of the rear sprocket. Look for major tooth damage, large chrome chips with

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  • 3:35

    Correct Harley rear tire pressure is critical, not only for safe motorcycle operation, but also for longevity of your tires. Harley Davidson factory service manuals recommend setting front tire pressure to 36 psi and the Harley rear tire pressure to 40 psi. Tire pressures should be checked cold unless having an issue while on the

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  • 12:11

    Harley rear brake pads and discs need to be inspected at every service interval or whenever the components are removed during regular service or repair procedures. Replace both rear brake pads if the friction material of either pad is .016″ (4mm) or less. Brake pads must always be replaced as sets. Minimum acceptable thickness of

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  • 11:16

    A brake fluid flush of the front and rear brake systems on your Harley Davidson has always been an important service point on higher mileage services. With the introduction of DOT 4 brake fluid systems, and more currently, ABS brake systems, replacing brake fluid has become more important than ever. A brake fluid flush is

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  • 1:35

    Rear Harley brake fluid level can be inspected by viewing the fluid level through the rear master cylinder reservoir sight glass. However, when performing a major scheduled service, it is important that the reservoir top cap is removed. This allows for a better view of both the fluid level and the fluid condition. On most

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  • 16:34

    At higher mileage services, Harley coolant needs to be replaced. To drain the cooling system, start by removing the motorcycle’s main fuse and remove the access panel from the lower, right side fairing. Remove the reservoir rubber fill plug and the pump cover. Remove the hoses from the pump but be carefull, the hose barbs

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  • 2:24

    Inspecting and cleaning the Harley radiator on your Hog is very easy, however, often overlooked. To access the Harley radiator, remove the grill panels from the lower fairings. It is quick and easy to remove the panels but it is important to use a non-marring tool in order to remove without damaging any surface areas.

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  • 2:02

    Harley Davidson coolant inspection is an important, yet often overlooked, service point on liquid cooled Harley Davidsons. There are two radiators that can be found on Ultra models that support a cooling system. These small radiators are located within the left and right side lower fairings of the motorcycle. Also included in the right side

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