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What are the torque specs foe the caliber bolts,the wheel bolts,the tree bolts,fork caps,and bottom fork bolts for an 2009 dyan wide glide

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Hi Banbam_bam40,
1/4" bolts 10 ft lbs.
5/16" bolts 20 ft lbs.
3/8" bolts 35 ft lbs.
7/16" bolts 55 ft lbs.
1/2" bolt 75 ft lbs
Have nice day

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SOURCE: 97 fxdl, difference between narrow/wide glide componants

You need the complete front end including the wheel. The FXDWG is somewhat of an oddball in that a lot of parts fit only that bike. A lot of other parts will not fit a Wide Glide. This even applies to the exhaust system.

Measure the diameter of your upper fork tubes, they're 39 mm tubes. The Wide Glide uses 41 mm tubes. The Wide Glide also uses a 21" front wheel.

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SOURCE: need the torques specs for the 2 nuts on the clutch on a harley

50 ft lbs and it is a left is tight nut...don't worry about adjuster nut on clutch just good ole tight will work on that one. compensating nut ( one in front) is 150 ft lbs.

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SOURCE: what is the fork size on 06 1200c want to know if

should be 39mm dia forks , fxr parts is what your looking for second hand ,or in kit form harley list it i there cat (expencive) jp cycles, us. cheaper alternative. you wil also need wheel spacers , disc spacer and longer wheel axel.
email me and i can list all the part num you need, marcusloud@blueyonder.co.uk

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SOURCE: what size is the upper front fork on a stcok 2000 dyna

35 mm

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Harley

You didn't say which Dyna series bike you have but I'm going to say that Sportster specs are not the same as for a Dyna. If you think you have a gap between your triple tree and the steering head of the bike, something may not be assembled correctly. I'd take to a shop or a dealer and have them check the front end.

Good Luck
Steve

Posted on Jun 12, 2011

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If, notice I said "if", your bike has the standard 41mm wide glide front end, changing the fork seals is not that difficult.

Get the bike up off the ground on a stable lift. Safety is paramount.

Now take the front wheel and fender off. Take the large "Bolt" out of one of the fork tubes at the upper triple tree. There are special sockets made to do this with so that you won't scratch your chrome upper tree. Loosen the pinch bolt on the lower triple tree. Put some lubricant on the fork tube and work it down and out of the triple trees. You may have to spead the lower triple tree by driving a chisel into the slot from the bottom side.

Once you have one of the fork tubes out. Remove the plug at the top. There will be a large spring under the plug. Usually it doesn't have much pressure on it with the tube fully extended and if it's the stock spring. With the plug and the spring out, you can pour the oil out of the tube. Notice which direction the spring comes out of the tube. I must go back in with the tapered end down.

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Remove the retainer ring in the top of the slider and pry out the old seal. Install the new seal in the proper direction. Reassemble the fork assembly. Now, add the proper amount of oil to the tube before you install the upper plug. The forks take 10.2 to 11.2 ounces of oil each. The lower figure is for a "Wet" refill and the higher number is for a "Dry" refill. If you take your fork tube apart and pour out all the oil, use the "dry" figure of 11.2 ounces type "E" or 30 weight fork oil. If the forks are too stiff with this oil, drop back to 20 weight fork oil.

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Loosen the clamp bolt in the lower triple tree. Take the large "nut" off the top of the fork tube at the upper triple tree. At this point, the fork leg should start to slide downward out of the triple trees. But, most of the time they won't. Take a small chisel and locate the slot on the lower triple tree. Drive the chisel into the slot from beneath to spread the clamp. Make sure the clamp bolt is all the way out or at least very loose to allow the triple tree to expand. You can use a brass drift to help drive the fork leg down from the top. Use plenty of oil to help it slide.

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