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Front fender rubes on voltages regulator cooler when use front brake

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This is strange. My first question is just how big is this cooler on the voltage regulator? It has to be some aftermarket addition because Harley does not put coolers on the regulators, the regulators are designed with cooling fins on them. Secondly, has any modifications been made to the original front end or fender? The Super Glide came with the same front end as a Sportster for all practical purposes. Lastly, with the engine off and the transmission in neutral. Hold the front brake and rock the bike forward and backwards. Feel for any looseness in the neck bearings or anywhere else in the front end. Also, look for cracks in the triple trees. If you feel it "klunking", the cause needs to be found and corrected immediately. This could be a very dangerous situation. Personally, I would not ride the bike until I made certain that the bike was safe to ride.

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Steve

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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