How to Replace the Speedometer Cable in a 1995 FLHT Harley?

Answer Harley-Davidson's 1995 FLHT, of Electra Glide, uses a steel cable to drive its speedometer. The cable is attached to a gear-operated speedometer drive, mounted on the left side of the front wheel, ... Read More »

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How to Replace a Speedometer Cable on a 1976 Harley FXE?

Harley-Davidson's 1976 FXE -- or Super Glide -- came equipped with a mechanical, front-wheel driven speedometer cable that operated a magnetic type speedometer head mounted in the instrument cluste... Read More »

How to Replace a Harley FLHT's Fork Seals?

Harley-Davidson motorcycle fork seals on touring models such as an FLHT serve the important purpose of maintaining the suspension of the front end. Motorcycle seals hold the fork oil inside the for... Read More »

How do I Change the Speedometer Cable on a 1995 Ford Escort?

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How to Replace a Speedometer Cluster in a 1995 Chevy?

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