Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by Buckwild Biker, Dec 15, 2007.
Proper torque is important on these bikes on most parts. Areas like the covers where you are putting a steel bolt into an aluminum or alloy part are best done with a torque wrench to get the proper fitment and not warp the covers or strip out the threads.
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Thanks... I appreciate the guidance...I will head down to sears in the morning.
If you have an Auto Zone in your area, they do free tool rentals. You go in get the tool you need and put the charge on your credit card or give them cash for deposit and when you are finished with the tool return for a full refund of your deposit. I think Advance Auto Parts and O'rielies Auto Parts may have the same service. Yu might want to check these out. Dave
Yep. All torque.
And very helpful too.I for one am grateful.:bigsmiley11:
(that's NOT sarcasm)
Glad to be of help to you biscuit.
You'll need, inch pound as well as a foot pound torque wrenches.
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