Question about Motorcycles
I had to go to a place called Santa's workshop this year for my 12 year old son, I can't afford a whole loot and basicallly santa's workshop is a place low income parents can get some gifts for our kids. I got a harley davidson V-rod and the front part of it is dismanteld so if I could get instuctions that would make this christmas just a bit easier. thanx
I had a look on google but I cant find instructions. The only thing I can suggest is use google images of the toy to see if you can figure out how to build the front end. Wish I could be of more help. Hope someone can help you further and you have a happy holiday season
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The fork oil is a very specific job needing a manual and a special tool, I don't want to insult anyones mechanical knowledge but if you have never done it before, best to take somewhere else. Engine oil on the other hand is easy, the drain tube to any softail is on the right side by where the frame meets the swing arm, has somekind of plug in it. Start and run bike for a little while, long enough to get it warm but not hot. Remove fill plug and then remove plug in drain line. Using a peice of cardboard or something put in between filter and frame , directing the oil to your drain pan instead of where ever it goes. Put 1 qt oil back in (after everything is reinstalled) start the bike and make sure the oil light goes out, when it does shut bike off and fill to the point that when it is standing upright you get a little oil on the tip of your finger, over filling may result in loss of oil cap from pressure (been there)
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
If I am to understand you correctly, you're asking whether it would be more beneficial to get a workshop manual, which would generally cover a wider range of models and years, or the manual for a particular bike, and my advice is to get the factory service manual for your particular year and model. Or if you're just wondering where to get a manual, they're available from a local H.D. dealer or by mail from an out of town dealer if you don't happen to have a local shop.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
SOURCE: Tire pressures
the side wall of every tire from bicycles to bucket loaders will tell you the size, ply and psi cold. cold means to check and fill your tires befor you ride and warm them up.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Go to a dealer and look up the part numbers for the frame on 05 and 06 fxd models.If they are the same you are in luck.The front brake hose may be a problem so check that also.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
adjustment is in rockers, not springs; take it to a qualified tech; its not hard but does take practice and knowledge of what you are doing that is pretty tricky to convey in a chat room; springers are cool but very maintenance intensive; don't slack on it, it can be very dangerous...T
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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