Question about 2008 Harley Davidson FXCWC Softail Rocker C
It looks as though I need to remove both exhaust pipes to be able to get to the torx bolts that hold the bracket for the sensor. Just checking with someone who knows.
Brake sensor or switch rear brake?They have the speedo sensor close to the rear exhaust!
Posted on Jun 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to remove complete exhaust
remove your chrome covers firwst the exhaust head studs are 1/2 inch. sometimes its easier to take off your slip off mufflers makes it lighter to play with. Also the floorboard may have to come off to give you clearance next to the brake pedel. just remove floor board off the bracket and rubber hammer the rear bracket down a bit u dont have to take it off.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
If I follow you right, this tab is just butting up against the exhaust pipe?
If that is the case, I think there should be a clamp there that wraps around the pipe and the tab the support the pipe. Don't forget the exhaust system moves with the engine on the rubber mounted motors.
Also I think the bolt is there for slight adjustment in the alignment of the pipe.
Posted on May 31, 2010
SOURCE: a lower bolt on the
You need to remove the derby cover from the primary that goes over the clutch adjuster. Remove the sping and the locking nut. Turn the adjuster screw clockwise while gently pulling the cover off. The cover should come off then.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
Nuts (cylinder studs) - 60-80 inch pounds.
Nuts exhaust support tubes to frame - 19 foot pounds
Muffler support nuts - 19 foot pounds
Keep in mind that these torque values are for original stock equipment and may not be correct for your aftermarket parts applications. Use you common sense when installing the exhaust system. If a bolt looks and acts like it won't withstand the torque, don't try to apply it. People have been working on Harleys for years without the benefit of a torque wrench. It's not rocket science.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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