Question about Harley Davidson FLTRI Road Glide Motorcycles
It is possible depending on how the fly wheel was balanced at the factory. Some models actually use welds to balance these instead of drilling like they should. Another point could be the timing in the motor itself. In cars and trucks you have tensioners and guides you can adjust to take play out of the timing belt. I'm sure there are similar parts in the motor cycle engine. It is after all an engine and has the same basic concepts of operations. If the shop is thinking its a balance wheel problem it is certainly possible. The worst that can happen if you have them do the repair is there is no balance problem and they find the real problem.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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