• 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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  • 24:19

    Sportster Forward Controls and Covers Removal

    Before we remove the Sportster forward controls, it is always important to block or seal off any openings in the engine, transmission, or primary drive compartments. Even if for only a short period of time. Debris, dust, or moisture can be damaging or even catastrophic depending on the circumstances. Tommy reminds us of this and,…

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  • 47:41

    Sportster Front End Installation Part 1

    Tommy is ready to begin assembly of the Sportster front end on our Harley Cafe Racer project. The stock, Sportster front end, lower sliders have been powder coated and the fork tube assemblies have been completely rebuilt with new upper and lower bushings and fork seals. A Burly lowering kit is installed to lower our…

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  • 25:51

    Bassani Xhaust Install

    Tommy is ready for the Bassani Xhaust Road Rage, 2 into 1 exhaust system install on our Sportster. With new exhaust gaskets installed at the heads and oxygen sensor plugs already installed, Tommy begins by installing the Bassani Xhaust bracket. The bracket is mounted to the lower, right side, frame with the provided hardware. With…

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  • 8:59

    Harley Front Brake Pad Inspection and Replacement

    Harley front brake pad inspection can be accomplished quickly and easily by simply getting a good look at the bottom of the caliper with a good flashlight. Harley Davidson and most aftermarket brake pads have wear bars within the brake pad material. The Harley front brake pads wear bars help to give an indication of…

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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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  • 8:58

    How to Change Brake Fluid on a Harley Davidson M8 Softail

    Learning how to change brake fluid on a Harley Davidson M8 Softail is a vital part of maintenance. A brake fluid flush of the front and rear brake systems on your Softail has always been an important service point on higher mileage services. With the introduction of DOT 4 brake fluid systems, and more currently,…

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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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  • 23:24

    Barnett Lock Up Clutch and Extra Plate Kit Install

    Barnett Lock Up Clutch and Extra Plate Kit Mike has a 2010 Road King on the lift and is ready to install the Barnett lock up clutch along with Barnett’s extra plate clutch kit. This innovative lock-up assembly is an excellent performance upgrade. Whether you are riding two up, weighed down with luggage, pulling a…

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