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Can not changedown gears onece and awile makes nose on 01 harritige classic soft tail most part gears change good but very loud its a clean snap but loud oil once and a wile leeks from air filter dealer said it is normel

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Haryley tranny's do make a lot of noise, a good clean snap is normal. I ride a sporster and oil through the air filter is normal. Try running it a little low on oil it will help and it won't hurt the engine.

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    Haryley tranny's do make a lot of noise, a good clean snap is normal. I ride a sporster and oil through the air filter is normal. Try running it a little low on oil it will help and it won't hurt the engine.

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