Question about Harley Davidson FLHR-FLHRI Road king Motorcycles
Unlike their lighter counterparts, Harley-Davidson uses big strong gears in their bikes. That's why transmission problems with Harley motorcycles are rare. But, the downside of this is that the clutch dogs in the transmission make more noise that the tiny little clutches in the other bikes. And, since you didn't tell me what year model bike we're talking about, some years "clunk" more than others. The early four speed transmissions in the 60's were notorious for it, But as the years moved on and Harley improved their transmissions, the later years are much less noisy than the early years. Still if your transmission is a late model and it is "clunking" more than you like, check the clutch adjustment to see if it's dragging. Also since you didn't advise me of the model and year, I cannot help you with this adjustment. If you'll look at the some of the answers that have been given out, I'm sure you'll find one that tells you how to adjust your clutch. If not, please repost and I'll answer that question.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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