Question about 2004 Harley Davidson FLHTCUI Electra Glide Ultra Classic

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My oil pump, primary chain tentsioner, and push rods need to be replaced on my '04 Ultra Classic. The bike has approx 63K miles on it. I am looking for an estimate of cost w/labor that this repair will be.

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  • arthurconall Aug 27, 2010

    Thanks, but I'm looking for a more complete estimate. The labor costs are helpful but I'd like to have some idea of what parts costs should be. I plan to use an after-market warranty plan to cover these repairs but in case they decline to cover these repairs as they should, I'd like to have an idea of what I may be paying out-of-pocket.

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Hi,

Cost of the parts could be greatly influenced by few factors such as location of parts shop and availability. Big parts store would be more costlier than small shops. Obviously refurnished parts, used parts and after market parts are quite cheap.However, i could only provide you an idea so that you could plan the repair.

1. oil pump - A used oil pump would cost you around $75.A new one would be anywhere between $150 - $175.

2. Chain tensioner - Take a cost around $100 - $125

3. Push rods - $25 - $50.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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Hi, $200 or less for labor should fix all three parts......

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