Video-In this free DIY video we show you how to remove both your stock Harley side & top transmission covers and replace them. We did this because we were tricking a Street Glide out with all black parts.
Note for side cover gaskets: For 2013 and older models, make sure you have a new side cover gasket ready to go and some oil/fluid to replace what you lose when removing the side transmission cover. 2014 & newer Harley Davidson's have hydraulic clutches, so this side transmission cover is just for looks and you'll lose no oil when removing it. There is just a bleeder valve for the hydraulic clutch line hidden behind it.
Note for top cover gasket: We suggest having a new gasket ready to go and replacing it when installing the new top transmission cover.
Save yourself a ton of money by not having to take your Harley to the dealership to have these types of projects done. You can do this right in your very own shop or garage and right on the kickstand. Plus, have the absolute satisfaction of wrenching on your own Harley!
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