FLH Harley-Davidson Bikes/ Trikes Steering Damper Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 12-04-2012

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First, we’re going to install the upper Bracket. (#8 in Fig. 1) Start by placing a clean towel or other protective material over your front fender to protect it from falling objects. Remove the 5/16-18 Allen head bolt and washer holding the top of the crash bar to the frame. Use a ¼” Allen wrench. Access is easier if you crank the forks over to one side. Line up the hole in the new bracket with the crash bar, orienting the bracket to the crash bar as shown in Fig. 1, and re-install the bolt with a drop of blue loc-tite. Torque the bolt to 15-20 ft. lb. If you don’t have a torque wrench, well, you should have one, but if not, 15-20 ft. lb. is a bit tighter than a spark plug torque, which is 12-18 ft. lb. If you are not sure, snug it down tight, but don’t try to break it. Note than on a couple of these, I had to slightly elongate the hole in the bracket to re-install the upper crash bar bolt. (Side mount bracket installation) Next, the side bracket install. (#6 in Fig. 1) You’ll need a #35 Torx driver to remove the two screws holding the LEFT passing lamp/turn signal bar to the bike/trike. Carefully remove the upper and lower screws, holding the bar to prevent it from falling, possibly jerking the attached wiring. Once you have removed the screws, you can let the bar hang, while you orient the side bracket as per Fig. 1. Re-install the two screws you just removed, capturing the damper side bracket under the light bar. Use a drop of blue loc- tite here as well. Hand tighten the two screws, aligning the lamp bar and damper side bracket. Using your torque wrench, (you did find one didn’t you?) Tighten the two screws to 15-20 ft. lb. Ok the easy part is out of the way.

2007 CBR1000RR REPSOL EDITION SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 23-04-2011

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1. Remove the crate cover and check for damage. The CBR1000RR Repsol Edition is crated at the factory in either a covered or uncovered crate. You may receive either one. Polypropylene covered crate: Cut the strap, open the  fastener, and remove the polypropylene cover. Carton covered crate: Cut the strap and remove the carton cover. Remove the cardboard top. Uncovered crate: When stacking, protect the motorcycle from falling objects and bad weather. Check the unit for damage. If damage is found, follow the instructions on the Delivery and Damage Claims Guidelines wall chart (Reorder No. S0477) before proceeding further. 2. Remove the parts carton. Cut the strap and remove the parts carton from the crate base. Keep the You and Your Motorcycle – Riding Tips & Practice Guide booklet separate and hand deliver to the customer at the time of delivery 4. Remove the shipping bracket nuts and plate. Remove the nuts and plate that attach the front shipping bracket to the upper shipping brace. 5. Remove the rear  shipping brackets. While supporting the rear shipping brackets, remove and discard the nuts, bolts, and rear shipping brackets on both sides of the motorcycle. Install and torque the 8 x 22 mm socket bolts to secure the passenger footpeg brackets. Torque: 37 N·m (3.8 kgf·m, 27 lbf·ft) 6. Lift off the crate frame. Remove the bolts that attach the crate frame. Using two people, carefully lift off the crate frame. Use extreme care not to damage the motorcycle while  removing the crate frame. 7. Remove the front shipping bracket. Being careful not to damage the upper cowl, remove the bolts and front shipping bracket. Install the top triple clamp caps. PARTS QTY Socket bolt 8 x 22 mm 2 PARTS QTY
Top triple clamp cap 2 UPPER SHIPPING BRACE NUTS PLATE 8 x 22 mm SOCKET BOLT REAR SHIPPING BRACKET BOLT NUT BOLTS FRONT SHIPPING BRACKET CAPS BOLTS Page 8 İ2007  5 8. Relocate the ignition keys. Remove the ignition keys and protective tube from the throttle cables. Remove the packaging from the keys and insert one of them into the ignition

2006 Honda ST1300/ A SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 21-04-2011

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Remove the carton cover. The ST1300/A is crated in one of two ways. You may receive either one. Covered crate: Cut the strap and remove the carton cover. Remove the inner cardboard frame cover. Uncovered crate: When stacking crates, protect the motorcycle from falling objects and bad weather. 2. Check for damage. Check the unit for hidden damage. If you find damage, follow the instructions on the Delivery and Damage Claims Guidelines wall chart (Reorder No. S0477) before proceeding. 3. Remove the side braces, wheel, loose parts cartons, and crate frame. Remove the ties securing the front wheel and loose parts cartons. 3. Remove the side braces, wheel, loose parts cartons, and crate frame (cont.). Remove the bolts and side braces, being careful not to damage the front wheel. Remove the loose parts cartons. Keep the You and Your Motorcycle Riding Tips & Practice Guide and hand deliver to the customer at the time of delivery. Remove the nuts, plate, and bolts. Using two people, carefully remove the crate frame, being careful not to damage the motorcycle Remove the motorcycle from the crate base. Install lifting slings on the engine guards and grab rails as shown. If necessary, use a spreader board to prevent the slings from damaging the motorcycle. Lift the slings just enough to remove the slack. Loosen the caliper bolts, axle bolt, and axle pinch bolts. Remove the washer bolts, and lower shipping bracket from the crate base. Discard the washer bolts