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Billet fork lock cover with raised black skull design. Fits: FLHR 1994-2008 UOM: 1 - EA SAV for Harley Davidson Motorcycles

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Harley Flywheel Lock
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1340 harley, adjusting pushrods,?

when I roll the front cylinder over to top dead center mark on the crank the front exaust tappet is coming up, screamin eagle directions say nothing about tdc, they say roll motor over till both front tappets are at there lowest point then zero tol. & adjust 2 1/2 turns want to make sure I adjust them right on the compression stroke.

Dude...this is not rocket science. Adjusting pushrods is easy. Do you have a service manual? Are you sure you are using the correct timing mark on the flywheel...TDC is a line, not 2 dots and are you sure its the compression stroke??????????????

You have been at this for over a week now.....all this for a 20 minute process. Take it to a shop and pay them an hour's labor and be done with it already. If you F this up, it WILL cause DAMAGE....bent pushrods, valves, pistons.

You want the cylinder you are working on, on TDC COMPRESSION, this is when both valves are fully closed.

Just simply roll the motor slowly until you see the intake lifter/pushrod go up and then down...then SLOWLY keep turning the motor until the piston is at TDC...you can feel the piston rise and VERY BRIEFLY stop using a pencil in the plug hole. DO NOT let it roll past TDC, once you are there, lower the rear wheel to lock the engine in place. Now adjust those pushrods, wait 15-20 minutes and repeat for the other cylinder.

Like I said, this is not rocket science.

RIP my jeep

Written by editor

January 17th, 2002 at 12:55 pm

Posted in Vintage Parts

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