• 2:48

    Tommy reviews the first Milwaukee 8 performance upgrade set-up we will install with SuperTrapp, Kuryakyn, and Vance & Hines components. Up next, he gives an overview of another set-up we have then we’ll start tearing the stock parts off this Harley-Davidson Milwaukee 8. Learn more about these products: SuperTrapp Kuryakyn Vance & Hines More About

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  • 0:58

    Tommy “Clutch” Creal stops by to take us through a step by step tear down of the stock M8 Road Glide. He shares some insights on the stock Harley-Davidson Milwaukee Eight and how some simple cost effective upgrades will gain some horsepower and some customization. We’ll be adding each step of the way as the

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  • 5:57

    Our crew adds another experienced wrench to the FMH team. We sit down with Tommy Creal and get to know a little more about him and his work as a custom builder since his teenage years. He is the founder of Chopper College and has build several well known custom motorcycles. He also explains the

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  • 12:07

    Disassembling the Cam Plate With the cam plate removed and the tensioners retracted, remove the cam plate bearing retainer by removing four small torx head screws. The retainer can be discarded if it is not going to be reused for your particular job. A hydraulic press or arbor press should be used to press out

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  • 10:49

    It is imperative that the inner cam bearing removal is done and they are replaced whenever performing maintenance, repairs, or upgrades to your Twin Cam cam compartment. A specialty tool is needed to, both, cam bearing removal and to replace the cam bearings. Do not attempt replacing these cam bearings without using a tool that

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  • 25:25

    We always like to use S&S adjustable pushrods on our motors. The S&S Quickee pushrod kit (with pushrod covers) is always the best way to go. There are other adjustable pushrod kits available that are less durable than the S&S adjustable pushrods. Also, some kits are difficult to adjust. Many pushrod kits have longer exhaust

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  • 8:51

    Harley front brake pads and discs should be inspected at every scheduled service interval or whenever the components are removed for service procedures. Brake pads must always be replaced as a matched set. Always replace inner and outer pads together. If your Harley is dual disc; replace both sides. Never mix different manufacturers pads and

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