• 5:25

    How To Drain Milwaukee 8 Fluids: 4 Easy Steps Mike has the Milwaukee 8 secured to the lift and is ready to begin the service. It is always a good idea to begin with the motorcycle “warmed up”. This way, the oils will more quickly and thoroughly drain from their corresponding compartments on the motorcycle.

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  • 1:02

    Checking the condition of major fasteners on a Harley Davidson is an important part of every major service. This is where factory torque specs become important. A factory torque spec is an important reference number for two reasons. You need to be certain that hardware is not set too “loose,” and you also refer to

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  • 1:28

    Mike covers the inspection of Harley windshields mounting bushings or grommets. There is only so much you can say about these bushings. They are round, they are rubber, they hold the Harley windshields in place. Since we are on the topic let’s also consider Harley windshields and their maintenance. The plastic used to make a

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  • 6:30

    In this video, Mike walks us through Milwaukee Eight Harley air cleaner inspection, cleaning, and replacement. The Harley air cleaner should be inspected every five thousand miles or earlier if riding occurs in harsh environments such as gravel roads, dirt roads, or any type of dust filled environments. The stock Harley Davidson air filter can

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  • 3:53

    The M8 motor uses, almost, one quart more Harley engine oil than its predecessor Twin Cam motor. The Twin Cam motor held approximately 3.8 quarts of oil while the M8 motor holds closer to 4.75 quarts. Before installing a new Harley oil filter, it is important to fill the filter approximately half way and wet

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