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Carburetor removal for 2000 Road Glide - 2008 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide

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Hi Anonymous, it's pretty straight forward, you might have raise or remove fuel tank to gain access. Start by turning off fuel valve, remove fuel line, air cleaner and backing plate, throttle cables, and choke cable, then just wiggle it out of the intake manifold. Good luck

Posted on Apr 17, 2015

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SOURCE: speedometer cable 1998 Harley Road Glide

There is a little set screw that stops it from coming out. remove the set screw then I believe you have to unscrew it.

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SOURCE: 2000 HD Road Glide Alternator replacement

Before you spend for the new alternator, look for loose or dirty connectors. That's common on large twins.
You gave us no idea of automotive/Bike/Repair skills, so I don't know how easy/Hard it will be for you.

Posted on May 03, 2010

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SOURCE: can i put a 96" top end kit on my 2000 road glide

I think you can but I'd have to tell you to consult your local dealer to verify. As my profile states, I specialize in Evolution and earlier model Harleys. I do not work on the Twin Cams but I do try to offer assistance when I can.

I seem to remember that when Harley introduced the 88" Twin Cam engine, they offered a 96" kit for it. They said that the kit could be installed on the bottom end without the necessity of boring the "spigot holes" in the cases. This is NOT the case with the Evolution and earlier engines.

I hope this is correct. Please check with your local shop to make certain.

Good Luck
Steve

Posted on Dec 04, 2010

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SOURCE: my carburetors on my road glide not working

rebuild them. the local shop can use an ultrasonic cleaner if you dont feel up to doing it yourself

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