Question about Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider Motorcycles
Am doing an oil pan replacement as the drain plug has stripped out do I need to lift the motor to get the old oil pan out and put the new one in looks like there might be enough clearance but never done one before don't want to start and have to take thing off after the fact
Whoa , just go to the auto parts store and get one size over oil drain plug
Posted on Jun 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you are right in the removal and replacement of the springs, my tip so you dont have to change the oil is when you are removing the springs nip your fingers on 1 section of the spring and turn the spring in your fingers like you are unscrewing a bolt.any oil loss will be neglible. oil is 270mls per leg if you want to change it.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: oil change 1999H D Electra glide
The plug ( 3/4 wrench ) under the trans when your looking at the trans cover ( right side of the bike ) is the trans. If you drained that replace it with 24 oz. of either HD trans fluid or I prefer Golden Spectro 75/140 ( much better shifting on a Harley ( trust me you'll never go back to HD trans fluid ) the drain for your motor oils is on the same pan ( on the bottom ) but it's the plug facing the front of the bike. Looks just like the trans plug. Both use a 11105 o ring which you should replace everytime ( just for piece of mind as well as leaks ) you need 4 quarts of 20/59 HD oil. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: Oil Change to Honda CRF250r 2004
The left side is the ENGINE oil fill. The right side oil fill plug is THE TRANSMISSION oil. There are 2 separate drain plugs also. Honda sells an engine oil with moly HP4M that you should not put in the trans because it will cause clutch slippage. The best performance and protection for your bike is full synthetic engine oil with a dedicated gear oil in the transmission. Get yourself a manual so you will not be as confused
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
you probly drained the primary case oil, which house the primary drive chain and clutch. The main oil is in the oil tank, there should be a drain bolt on the bottom of the tank
Posted on May 21, 2010
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