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Basic Motorcycle Maintenance

From topics like changing your oil,to changing Brake pads, to more serious projects like changing a Motorcycle tire, or rebuilding a Harley Evo Engine.

I have written a few tutorials, you can read them all by clicking the links on the right side bar of this page. Changing the Oil in my Harley Davidson FLTSF 1999 Evo Engine, or Changing the oil in my 2002 Harley Davidson Low Rider FXDL, to Upgrading the Front Brake Pad on my Harley Fatboy. Please read and learn, if you have questions I will be glad to try and help.

The first thing everyone will recommend when you want to work on your own bike is to buy a Factory Service Manual. I agree, the factory service manual is a great reference source for working on you own bike. Depending on your bike, and the motor options you will be able to to a lot of your own work on your scotter, the fifty dollars you spend on your manual will be repaid in the frist oil change savings.

Here is a short list of a few resource that are Avalable from Books with step by step Instructions for saving some money and working out your Motorcycle in your own garage.


Beside getting a factory service manaul from Harley Davidson, a book like this is also a good addition to your workshop. You have a second reference for working on the more detailed parts and service jobs on your bike.

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