Question about 2006 Harley Davidson FXDLI Dyna Low Rider
The check valve fell out of the body and Harley is telling me there are adjustment in the tank that have to be made when the valve is replaced. Find that hard to believe. Thanks
Hi Ron, 4 out of 5 Harley Gods give this one a thumbs down, but just to be on the safe side contact a different dealers service/parts department for confirmation. Good luck and have nice day.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 93 Dyna low rider fork oil.
your local hd shop should be able to answer this for you as its a mesured amount and to much or too little will make the bike not handle right
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
the tranny plug is behind the oil spout its usually a big allen head bolt. You should use a quality oil like AMSOIL 20W50 motorcycle oil or AMSOIL gear oil. I have the 20W50 in mine and really like the benifit of not having a pultrolium product in my bike. You can get the AMSOIL online a http://hbsynlube.com/sales. You'll beglad you changed it.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
The easiest way to check rear wheel alignment on a Dyna is by the two little "witness marks" on the rear swing arm. These two marks are just forward of the axle. One on each side of the swingarm. Measure from the mark back to the center of the axle on each side. The distance should be the same with the proper final drive belt tension.
As for the rear wheel being "centered" with the frame, the only way to check that is to take the fuel tank and rear fender off, stretch a string from the center of the steering head along the frame on back across the rear wheel. Simply looking at the way the wheel is positioned in the swingarm may be deceptive. The swingarm may not be symetrical due to the necessity to clear the final drive pulley and such. The engine alignment shouldn't have anything to do with the rear wheel alignment.
For something as serious as wheel alignment within the frame, I'd take the bike to a dealer somewhere and have them check it out. On some bikes, there is supposed to be an offset betweent he front wheel and the rear wheel. Use a piece of straight piece of square aluminum tubing to check wheel alignment.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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