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Electra Glide Road King Harley Davidson Maintenance Tips 2

http://www.custom-choppers-guide.com Part 2 of the Road King Electra Glide Harley Davidson motorcycle maintenance video tips DVD. If you own a Harley this short video might help you. In this Electra glide, Road King maintenance video clip, you'll learn how to remove spark plugs (wait there's more), adjust, install oil and transmission drain plugs. Go to http://www.custom-choppers-guide.com for more maintenance videos DVD's and custom motorcycle building guides.


 


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How to do routine maintenance oil change Harley Davidson Motorcycle | Law Abiding Biker Podcast
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Motorcycle Repair: Changing the Primary Chaincase Oil on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide
Visit http://www.thesmallengineshop.net **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 online.** This video is about changing the Primary Chaincase Lubricant or Oil on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide. The oil used is 20W-50 Harley Davidson Syn3, and is their fully synthetic oil. I think it is manufactured by Sunoco for Harley Davidson. Harley Davidson sells one other type of oil for the chaincase on this motorcycle, and is Harley Davidson Formula+ Transmission and Primary Chaincase Lubricant and is not a synthetic oil. Tools Used: - 5/16" Allen Wrench to remove the passenger foot board - 5/8" Socket for the Primary Chaincase Drain Plug - T27 Torx Driver for the Torx Screws that fasten the Clutch Inspection Cover - Torque Wrench Specifications: - Torx Screws for Clutch Inspection Cover should be tightened to 84-108 in.-lbs - Drain Plug should be tightened to 14-21 ft.-lbs - Harley Davidson Gasket Service Kit Part #17369-06





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Motorcycle Repair: Changing the Engine Oil and Oil Filter on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide
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Motorcycle Repair: How to adjust the clutch on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide
Visit http://www.thesmallengineshop.net **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 online.** This video shows how to adjust the clutch and clutch cable on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide. The adjustment should be done with the motorcycle upright and at room temperature. Adjusting the clutch on a motorcycle that has been warmed up will cause the clutch to be out of adjustment when it cools down. Always clean the bike to prevent dirt and debris from entering the engine before you begin work. The seal on the clutch inspection cover should be inspected for cracks and damage before reuse. The manufacturer recommends replacing the seal every time the cover is removed. Check for oil leaks around the clutch inspection cover after you reinstall the cover and start the bike. I have found that you can often get away with using the same clutch inspection cover seal, but the manufacturer does recommend replacing it. Its your call. I made a mistake in the video and said the clutch inspection cover screws should be tightened to 72-108 in.-lbs. This is incorrect! The correct torque is 84-108 in.-lbs Tools Used: - T27 Torx Socket - 1/2" and 9/16" Open End Wrench - 11/16" Closed End Wrench - 11/16" Deep Socket - 5/16" Allen Wrench - 7/32" Allen Wrench - Steel Rule - Torque Wrench Specification: - Clutch adjustment screw should be turned inward until lightly seated, than backed out 1/2 to 1 full turn - Jam Nut around clutch adjuster screw should be tightened to 72-120 in.-lbs - Torx Screws holding the clutch inspection cover should be tightened to 84-108 in.-lbs - Clutch cable free play is 1/16 - 1/8 inch





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