Standard Harley Maintenance Schedule

Keeping up with your bikes maintenance is very important.
Not only does it keep you safe on your ride but your bike will stay healthy and dependable.
Miles (in thousands) 1 5 10 15 20 25
Kilometers (in thousands) 1.6 8 16 24 32 40
Engine Oil and Filter Replace  
Oil lines and brake system Inspect for leaks  
Air cleaner Inspect, service as required  
Tires Check pressure, inspect tread
Wheel spokes Check tightness        
Primary chaincase lubricant Replace        
Transmission lubricant Replace          
Clutch Check adjustment  
Rear Belt and sprockets Inspect, adjust belt  
Throttle, brake, and clutch controls Check, adjust and lubricate
Jiffy stand Inspect and lubricate        
Fuel lines and fittings Inspect for leaks  
Fuel filter in fuel tank Replace            
Brake fluid Check levels and condition
Brake pads and disks Inspect for wear  
Spark plugs Inspect            
Electrical equipment and switches Check operation  
Engine idle speed Check adjustment  
Front fork oil Replace at 50,000 miles ( 80,000 Kilometers )
Steering head bearings (softail models) Adjust        
Steering head bearings (softail models) Lubricate          
Steering head bearings (Springer models) Adjust and lubricate every 2,500 miles (4000 kilometers)
Rear fork bearings (if applicable) Repack            
Windshield bushings (if applicable) Inspect          
Springer rocker bearings Adjust        
Fuel door, Tour-Pak, saddlebags Lubricate hinges and latches  
Critical fasteners Check tightness        
Battery Check battery and clean connections Perform annually.
Road test Verify component and system functions

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