Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat boy
Well, it's not the most difficult job on your bike but it is a good size job. You'll have to remove the rear wheel, the rear brake caliper (which means you'll have to bleed the brakes when you reassemble it), remove the rear fender with the electrics for the brake light, disconnect the shocks underneath the bike, and any saddlebags or sissy bars that might be on the bike. The swing arm is not that complicated but a lot of stuff has to come off to replace the bearings. I've attached a drawing of the swingarm.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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