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Something hit my skid plate and punched a hole in my oil tank (pan). How do I replace it

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There's about a dozen bolts that hold the pan on. You'll have to drain the engine and transmisson oil to change the pan.

Check this drawing out.

http://www.bikebandit.com/2004-harley-davidson-motorcycle-touring-road-king-flhri/o/m18479

Good luck
Steve

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