Question about 1993 Harley Davidson FXR Super Glide
This is an involved project, and would take me two days to type in a step by step.
If you need to ask this question here on this forum, you'd be better off to let a bike shop do this, or at least buy a shop manual that will take you through step by step.
A few sticking points:
You'll need to remove the rear wheel, and also the rear suspension swingarm/softtail to install a new belt.
This will require a lift to get the rear wheel/tire off the ground.
Also, the entire primary drive needs to come apart, so you can remove the inner primary cover to access the transmission pulley.
This operation will require either an impact wrench, or a torch, to remove the engine sprocket nut, as it's torqued to about 160-180 Ft/Lbs, with RED LocTite!
The labor blue book lists this as an 6-10 hour job.
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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