Question about Harley Davidson FLHTC - FLHTCI Electra Glide classic Motorcycles
1.loosen the bolts on either side of the bike at the rear of the frame. this is what allows the back wheel to be adjusted. aka wheel adjusters.
2.next loosen the wheel itself.
3.pull the wheel back until there is just a tiny bit of slack in the chain.
4.next tighten those wheel adjusters on either side of the wheel. To get the wheel dead centered count the threads visable and make them the same on both sides.
5.tighten the wheel back up as you pull it back against the wheel adjusters.
good luck and safe riding
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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