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Posted on May 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are gonna work on your own Harley, shell out the $60.00 for an H-D manual. They have a basic wiring diagram inside.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Either the seals were not installed correctly or your tubes and sliders are excessively worn. Not changing the fork oil at recommended intervals will cause excessive wear. Overfilling the forks will cause leaks too.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Drain the fuel either by siphening or removing the cross over tube at the front of the tank and letting it drain that way or just block off those cross over lines and leave the fule in the tank for removal.
0) remove seat
1) drain fuel
2) undo cross over line (bottom front of gas tank.
3) shut off pet **** and remove fuel line from pet ****.
4)there should only be 2 bolts holding the tank on, one at the top front of the tank and one at the back of the tank.
All in all a pretty easy (but possibloy messy) job.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Not very common, but I don't see how the seal could scratch the tube. There are a few millimeters of clearance between the tube and metal part of the seal. The rubber seal rubs the tube and is bonded to the metal ring. Either the tube was scratched during assembly or the seal was BADLY dented somehow. Further, the tube is hard chromed and the seal metal is soft steel. Go figure!
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
To remove the ignition switch turn the handle bar fully to the right, turn the ignition switch to access position and with the key in the switch depress the tab under the switch with a small screwdriver (the tab is to the lower left under the knob) and while pressing down on the key, turn the key counterclockwise about 60 degrees. At that point the switch will pull out of the housing.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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