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Old 07-21-2018, 07:45 AM   #1
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New here, Iím up in the cypress area, I recently acquired a sportster, focusing my riding on a solo for now, in the past I rode a sidecar rig. I feel like I am learning all over again. Anyone have wrenching tips or willing to tutor?
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New here, Iím up in the cypress area, I recently acquired a sportster, focusing my riding on a solo for now, in the past I rode a sidecar rig. I feel like I am learning all over again. Anyone have wrenching tips or willing to tutor?
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The only knowledge I have on a sportster is on a 09, and thats mainly changing fluids.
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Old 07-22-2018, 09:01 AM   #3
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Thanks for the response!! Since I got my 883 I have learned a few things... How to change bars, grips, throttle cable, remove brakes, remove front tire (new Shoes), trouble shoot and test the voltage on the horn. Next will be the rear tire (new shoes), and a front brake line... You tube and the manual have been my friend.
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