In this episode, I'm joined by Lurch and we discuss how to replace Harley Davidson Twin Cam engine rocker cover and rocket cover housing gaskets. One of the gaskets on the front jug of my 2014 Street Glide Special has had a small leak for years. It wasn't much, but it was noticeable. We finally got caught up on other projects and it was time to do some work on my bike. Now, if your leak is like mine it can be extremely difficult to determine which of the two gaskets was the culprit. I figured I would just replace them both while the bike was torn down.
Check our YouTube Channel for videos on how to replace the rocker cover and rocker cover housing gaskets.
We replaced both gaskets and an o-ring for around $20 and we estimate the job would take you around four to five hours to complete the job. Use our free YouTube videos to complete this job and save yourself at least $500.
You don't need a motorcycle lift, jack, or any specialty tools to complete this project. Just basic tools are all you need.
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