Question about 2000 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat boy
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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From the right side of your bike, look under the oil tank and find a hose or pipe running downwards towards the transmission. Follow this all the way down to the lowest part of the frame just behind and to the rear of the transmisson behind the exhaust pipe. There will be a plug in the hose or pipe. Remove this plug to drain the oil tank.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
From the right side of the bike, look at the oil tank. Along the bottom edge, you'll see a hose or tube that runs down towards the backside of the transmission. Follow this hose or tube downward and under the bottom of the bike there is a plug that looks like it screws into the frame. Take this plug out and the oil drains.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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There is a allen head plug on the bottom of the engine on the right side, but this is only for the residual oil not pumped back into the tank. The easiest way to drain the oil tank on a softtail is to diconect the lower feed hose either from the engine side or the tank side. If Harley was the last to do an oil change you will have the crimped on type hose clamps so you will have to get a replacement standerd hose clamp. I personally prefer to disconect the hose at the engine end so that I can direct most of the oil away from the bike.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
There's books out there on oil. Of course everyone say's to use there oil.
Do some reading on the subject and make an INFORMED decision.
Stock engine = stock oil
hell raiser = better oil (what does that mean) O it cost more
blue purple stuff only if it makes you sleep better at night.
ALL oils are not equal but just get one that meets the requirements
The most important thing is to CHANGE the oil when it gets dirty
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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