Save money now. Check your Harley Davidson secondary/final drive belt deflection yourself.
Have the pride & satisfaction of working on your own Harley!
Do it in your garage or your workspace!
VIDEO-When you remove the rear wheel from your Harley Davidson then you will need to check the tension or deflection of your final/secondary drive belt after you put it back on.
A belt that it too tight will whine and can cause transmission leaks or belt failure. A belt that it too loose or misaligned can jump cogs on the rear drive sprocket. You should also check it during routine oil changes and maintenance.
Videos of Interest:
Check & Adjust Harley Davidson Secondary Final Drive Belt Tension & Deflection
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