Delboy's Garage, Harley Sportster Rear Brake service.
A much requested How-To video on Harley Davidson Sportster rear brake
caliper service. Not an easy item to remove, but fortunately you don't
have to for changing pads or cleaning, it can all be done while the caliper
is still in place on the bike!
Delboy's Garage, Harley Sportster Brake Fluid Change.
A Bi-Annual maintenance task that gets left because its either too much
bother, or new riders have no idea how to tackle it, but changing the Brake
Fluid on your Harley, or any other bike, is child's play, and taking care
of your brakes is essential. here's how. !
How to Install Brake Pads on a Harley-Davidson Road Glide by J&P Cycles
Brake pads replacement is something you can do at home with a few tools and
a service manual. We show you how to replace the brake pads on a 2007 Road
Glide but the process is similar across other makes and models. If you ever
have any questions about installation call our techs up or live chat with
them at http://www.jpcycles.com/
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Sportsrer rear tire removal
Removing the back wheel from the Sportster for the first time. There is
some unrelated stuff at the beginning. Start at the half way point for the
Delboy's Garage, Harley Sportster Clutch Adjustment.
A little how-to for the scheduled clutch adjustment that comes round every
service, this is so often neglected in DIY servicing because some feel that
if the lever feels ok then it doesn't need adjusting.... the adjustment is
to the freeplay down in the primary case, its really important, and a
really simple job. Enjoy.
2007 Nightster Brake Pad Change REAR
Sorry about the quality of the vid, I had to change the brake pads an
decided to film it very last minute, so I was working with one hand and
holding the iPhone with the other. But it took me a total of about 15
minutes to complete.
But hopefully it's good enough to show you that this is a really easy job,
and you don't need to give your money to a STEALership to do it for you.
All you need are a couple drivers (Phillips, flat, and allen), the brake
pads, and some brake pad lube. The brake pads are about $90 bucks, a
complete RIPOFF. Harley should be ashamed... Pads for my F150 would cost
less for FOUR wheels!!!
Anyway, please do NOT attempt this unless you know what you are doing. It
can be fatal if completed incorrectly, and by watching this video, you
don't hold me liable for anything that may occur as a result...
Delboy's Garage, Harley Sportster Brake Hose Change.
The front brake hose on the little Iron was a poor quality 'no brand' item
that had begun to deteriorate and was also generally too long now ive put
the Biltwell bars on, so time to put the OE routed hose back on, and show
you a little brake bleeding trick that will ensure a totally air free
hydraulic system every time...Enjoy.
How to Replace the Brake Pads on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide
**Always follow the instructions in your repair manual when doing repair or
maintenance work on a motorcycle. Manuals can be found at the dealer and
Here is the link to the video about how to inspect your brakes:
Here is the link to the video about how to inspect your brake disc:
In this video I show you how to replace the rear brake pads on a 2008
Harley Davidson Road Glide. The process in this video can be applied to the
front brakes as well and to other year Harley's, but the torque specs may
be different and there may be slight differences. Always follow the
precedure and specifications in the repair manual for your motorcycles.
Thanks for Watching!