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Anyone have any contact info for that service amnual guy cholo cholo?

I think his name was cholocholo or something like that, he used to sell service manuals cheap, I need one for the Harley. He did have an account on here but his email has changed cause I'm getting an indeliverable.




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try googleing his user name, he might have signed up on another board with the same username.

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Ohhhhh excellent. yes I need to remove my gas tank and replace my rocker box's with Chrome ones soon.




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try googleing his user name, he might have signed up on another board with the same username.
Good idea mopar, I found his yahoo profile with that and emailed him, hopefully I hear back from him.




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Lmk...
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Ohhhhh excellent. yes I need to remove my gas tank and replace my rocker box's with Chrome ones soon.
You need a service manual to remove your gas tank?

Btw, I thought the dealer did all your work on that thing.............




















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You need a service manual to remove your gas tank?

Btw, I thought the dealer did all your work on that thing.............



you know I'm just fuckin' with ya.
Your just trying to get your negative rep back I'm not falling for it


I not going to slap it back together, I want the torque settings and the bolt tightening patterns for the rocker box's if you must know flip




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Your just trying to get your negative rep back I'm not falling for it


I not going to slap it back together, I want the torque settings and the bolt tightening patterns for the rocker box's if you must know flip

it's a harley, I didn't think they got that accurate, I thought it actually says in the book, "tight"

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it's a harley, I didn't think they got that accurate, I thought it actually says in the book, "tight"
Don't need no stinkin' torque specs. I've got torque meters built into my forearms. Just remember, small bolts = small wrench, big bolts = big wrench.

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Do what I did. Go to work, download the entire manual on their server, then copy all 400 pages on their copier with their paper, punch holes and put the copy in an empty binder, throw it in the truck, collect your paycheck for an afternoons work and go home.

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download the entire manual on their server, then copy all 400 pages on their copier with their paper, punch holes and put the copy in an empty binder,
if I could find somewhere to download it this would already be done.




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Don't need no stinkin' torque specs. I've got torque meters built into my forearms. Just remember, small bolts = small wrench, big bolts = big wrench.
And your bike requires a hazmat team to follow it around to pick up all the oil




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We're doing the heads on my dad's right know, and I think it's like 12ftlbs, and done in 3 or 4 lb increments.

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And your bike requires a hazmat team to follow it around to pick up all the oil
That has nothing to do with torque specs. It has to do with 57 years of pounding from a bored and stroked Pan motor. Let me know if yours is dry in 2062.

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That has nothing to do with torque specs. It has to do with 57 years of pounding from a bored and stroked Pan motor. Let me know if yours is dry in 2062.





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Just remember to use locktite on the bolts!

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I've got the factory service manual for the 2000 FL series. Probably the same info.

You want me to scan the pages and e-mail em to ya? It's not that hard of a job. I upgraded my Classic to an Ultra back in '02.

Overview of tank removal: You'll have to remove your seat, the fuel door, the cb/int console and unplug the wiring. The worst part is draining the tank through the crossover hose. Just have a piece of hose and a catch can ready. You'll also need a bolt/stopper for when you take the crossover hose loose. The fuel lines to the injectors are quick disconnect style. Now you can unbolt and remove the tank.

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Wow, looks like a fun job, what did you do to yours to hmake an ultra? didn tyou just have to add the fairings by your legs?




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Funny thing...I didn't get the lowers

From Classic to Ultra is: rear speakers, cruise control, radio upgrade(cb/int), additional wiring harness, new idle cable with cruise cutout switch, new switches for cruise/intercom/cb.

Due to all the options on my bagger, I didn't want to buy a new bike just to have the ultra. It was fun...in a sick sorta way.

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Funny thing...I didn't get the lowers

From Classic to Ultra is: rear speakers, cruise control, radio upgrade(cb/int), additional wiring harness, new idle cable with cruise cutout switch, new switches for cruise/intercom/cb.

Due to all the options on my bagger, I didn't want to buy a new bike just to have the ultra. It was fun...in a sick sorta way.

LOL, I'm the same way with my bike right now. I really want a street glide, but could never trade mine in with all the motor work etc thats done to it. I am sooooo tempted to turn mine into a street glide.




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LOL, I'm the same way with my bike right now. I really want a street glide, but could never trade mine in with all the motor work etc thats done to it. I am sooooo tempted to turn mine into a street glide.
Why dont ya just throw busa bodywork on it. We all know you want to.
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I am sooooo tempted to turn mine into a street glide.


I'm sick of following my dreams. I'm just going to ask them where they're goin', and hook up with them later!!
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LOL..it's not here right now..but g'luck


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Just a word of caution here. The covers are awfully close to the frame. At the least you may have to remove the entire head to change the covers. I know this was the case with my Pan and all my earlier Harleys in stock frames.

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Here ya go Tony :

Let me know if ya still need the tank pages. Due to the image size/kb limits, if you need the whole pages, then I'll have to scan them and e-mail them to ya.
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