How-To Videos

Custom fiberglass seat pan fabrication on 1992 Harley Davidson FXR

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Ladies and Gentlemen, the wait is finally over, you can now build that custom seat pan for your FXR, Dyna or Sportster - you know, it's the custom motorcycle seat pan you've always dreamed of!   Scroll down to see the finished product This is not an extremely difficult project, however it will take you some time, and it's a little bit messy.  Make sure to cover your entire body with fiberglass, it doesn't itch at all. You will need a bunch of supplies for this project: Fiberglass Resin.  Time was an issue for us, so we ran out to the HD to pick up...

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Clutch Cable Lube and Maintence

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Cables need lube.  Even the latest and greatest advances in cable technology still require you to lube your cables.  Take a short 5 minutes to keep your cables lubed up and you'll save yourself a bunch of hand pump while sitting in the afternoon traffic jam. We use a product called Dri Slide, made by Bike-Aid.   The 4 ounce bottle should last a very long time.  I've had this one bottle for 3 years, have serviced dozens of bikes, and I've still got plenty left.  

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Transmission upgrade from stock Five Speed to Baker Six Speed

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Project Freedumb Chicken gets an upgrade to a Baker Six Speed.  We use a bunch of different products in this install.  PTFE thread sealant by Permatex is a life saver when sealing any fluid-backed bolts.   This stuff comes in handy for motor, primary, and transmission oil changes.  Please note it is not a threadlock product.  We have a quick video about how to properly use Loctite - click here to watch it.  

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FXR Strut Eliminator installation instructions

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Full installation video and instructions for the strut eliminator kit for Harley FXR models

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Shovelhead Clutch Keyway Tip

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