Question about Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic Motorcycles
Spyke# 400111 Part# 2110-0115 in the image link its #36 & #40 http://images.imagessite.com/OEM_IMAGES/hd_mc_images/HD99FXST013.gif I basically am asking for a step by step how to photo/video guide of the procedure to removal and re-installation proper technique. THANX IN ADVANCE GREATLY APPRECIATED
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Posted on May 13, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try this link - its gonna take a little searching on your part
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
yes,,, drop it in the repair shop it the easy way forwards, but if cash is tight, go and buy a repair book for your bike but you will still need tools to do the job right, and its not easy to do,,, get a pall to do it for you???? and give him a drink for it?
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
The only thing better than having an authentic H-D service manual is an authentic H-D mechanic standing beside you. I've used H-D service manuals for years and worked on many bikes that I was not totally familiar with. No mechanic in the world knows it all.
Changing the final drive belt on your dresser is a rather large undertaking. Not only do you have to pull the primary drive, the clutch, the starter, and the inner primary, you also have to remove the rear wheel and the swing arm. But, it can be done by anyone with basic mechanical skills. If you have to remove the front belt pulley, you will need some special tools as well to do the job correctly.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
the oil drain is underneath the transmission. There are two drain plugs. The engine oil drain is the plug closest to the left front of the oil pan. Remove the plug and drain the oil, replace the plug. Remove and discard the old oil filter replacing it with a new filter. Pour three quarts of oil into the oil pan at the front of the transmission. Check the oil level and make sure it comes up to the "OIL COLD" mark. Add as necessary to get the oil to this point. Your bike came with H-D brand Syn3 oil. This is a fully synthetic oil that carries an API rating of CG4 for use in diesel engines and the viscosity is 20W50.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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