Question about Harley Davidson Motorcycles
I need to install a stator in a fxr-sp
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Stator Repair 1 of 9 Removing Inspection Cover on Outer Primary Cover
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Posted on May 18, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 FXR Rear Brakes
If the Master Cylinder BORE size is the same as the bore size required for the caliper you want to replace it with, then YES, you can use your existing Master Cylinder.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: Installing a wide tire kit
To remove the drive pulley off the final drive gear of the transmission you must have a special deep well socket Harley part number, HD-94660-37A. The threads in the nut are LEFT HANDED. Torque is 150-165 foot pounds. You'll also need a drive pulley locking device or some way to lock the transmission so that you can get the nut off and back on. Jim's makes a special tool for this that works very nicely. I think Harley has come out with an upgraded pulley to prevent the splines from wearing so badly in the center of the pulley. Check the splines in your pulley for wear.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
Go to Badland's website and download the instructions. http://www.badlandsmotorcycleproducts.com/2008/Instructions.htm
Posted on May 05, 2011
SOURCE: 1991 fxr
Replacing a tyre on a motorcycle is possible, but not advisable for a home mechanic. Tyre balancing is more important on a motorbike than it is on a car. And the sidewalls are a lot stiffer than car tyres. If you have bought a tyre, the retailer will usually fit it for a very small fee(sometimes for nothing) this will also mean if it is fitted incorrectly or not properly balanced and the machine chucks you into a ditch, you have some comeback. And most importantly, with the price of motorbike tyres, you don't want to try learning on something that is that expensive, and that you would then have to take to a tyre shop to be balanced anyway.
Posted on May 15, 2013
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