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  • steelo Posts: 2136
    Adelaide
    Motor Head steelo
    15 Nov 2018 02:54 PM
    for the at home players oil leak 
    was it
    what type of air do i put in my tyres
    what pressures do i use or
    why is my tyre only flat on the bottom
  • Far Canal Posts: 1393
    Performance Poster Far Canal
    15 Nov 2018 09:12 PM
    I have got four air pressure gauges.
    None of them read the same.
  • Hog1 Posts: 17
    Stock Poster Hog1
    15 Nov 2018 09:22 PM
    Street glide special 36/40
    All ways check them at home and use the Michelin Vigil Tyre Pressure Gauge.
    Also every time I take it for a ride pressures are checked especially if it's been sitting in the garage all week...
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  • rodders Posts: 5709
    Victoria
    Forum Legend rodders
    15 Nov 2018 09:27 PM
    Quoting Far Canal on 15 Nov 2018 09:12 PM
    I have got four air pressure gauges.
    None of them read the same.
    Better buy some more then FC.
  • Hog1 Posts: 17
    Stock Poster Hog1
    15 Nov 2018 09:35 PM
    Quoting steelo on 03 Apr 2018 04:06 PM
    HD doesn't help by having such unfriendly valve locations on the rims. I cant reach any of mine with the standard service station pump handset unless I use an adapter.
    At home changed the inflator tyre chuck .....to one of these makes life so easy.......that's connected to a tyre inflater and gauge set up
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  • Far Canal Posts: 1393
    Performance Poster Far Canal
    16 Nov 2018 08:02 AM
    Quoting Far Canal on 15 Nov 2018 09:12 PM
    I have got four air pressure gauges.
    None of them read the same.
    Quoting rodders on 15 Nov 2018 09:27 PM
    Better buy some more then FC.
    Or throw three out.
  • steelo Posts: 2136
    Adelaide
    Motor Head steelo
    16 Nov 2018 08:51 AM
    two men say they're jesus  one of them must be wrong
  • steelo Posts: 2136
    Adelaide
    Motor Head steelo
    16 Nov 2018 09:22 AM
    you're onto it hilly
  • Hound_Dog Posts: 1835
    Motor Head Hound_Dog
    16 Nov 2018 11:24 AM
    LOL Hilly, not far from the truth mate! It astounds me that people can be so fucking clueless at times. Seconds into a test ride and you know there's tyre pressure issues yet they are oblvious. I even had one guy tell me he lets air OUT before a long ride to make it easier on the tyre.....I think his front had 12 psi in it when checked....lets just say we had a long chat about not being stupid. ;)
  • dyna13 Posts: 140
    Stock Poster dyna13
    16 Nov 2018 07:03 PM
    Quoting Hound_Dog on 16 Nov 2018 11:24 AM
    LOL Hilly, not far from the truth mate! It astounds me that people can be so fucking clueless at times. Seconds into a test ride and you know there's tyre pressure issues yet they are oblvious. I even had one guy tell me he lets air OUT before a long ride to make it easier on the tyre.....I think his front had 12 psi in it when checked....lets just say we had a long chat about not being stupid. ;)
    Bloody hell letting air out that’s a new one. Fucken scary
  • FLHuTChU Posts: 3194
    Newcastle NSW
    Forum Legend FLHuTChU
    17 Nov 2018 06:00 PM
    Quoting FLHuTChU on 30 Mar 2018 04:14 PM
    See that's where everyone is going wrong. As covered before many moons ago you should all be using Genuine Harley Air in your tyres and they won't go flat. Not servo crap!
    Only Genuine Harley Air, as used in all reputable Harley service workshops, will deliver a more stable air at a molecular level.
    It is proven to be a contaminant free, low odour air compressed from the finest Nitrogen and Oxygen your money can buy.
    It is compressed by hand by the only four American blonde virginal goddesses left in the US today.
    Harley Air is made in the townships of Harley in the US (There is four townships called Harley in the US today)
    Harley Davidson Air is first filtered to take out any CO2 and Argon leaving behind Nitrogen and Oxygen.
    You will find that Harley Davidson Air is not the least expensive air, but it does have the following properties.
    Bigger Nitrogen and oxygen particles for resistance to osmosis through a semipermeable membrane.
    The Nitrogen is filtered taking out the pollutants of No (nitrogen oxide), and No2 (nitrogen dioxide), leaving two atoms of pure Nitrogen in each molecule.
    The Oxygen is taste free, colour free, odour free and gluten free.
    Harley Air is produced in a vacuum making it lighter than regular air.
    Harley Air is anti static and non corrosive and completely inert (before taking it out of the sealed bag).
    Harley air is odourless when made, but has a distinct musky scent added from the sweat of the hard working virgins before being packaged.
    Harley Air is sealed in a Vacuum sealed bag, and packed in bubble wrap into individual brown boxes, each packed into another printed advertising box for the shop shelf, before finally being packed into another bigger brown box, and that being shrink wrapped with 12 other cartons. (you know, a packet in a packet in a box in a box. Typical Harley part)
    Harley Air is sent overseas by air mail only, and it is only available at your authorised Harley Davidson dealership.
    I reckon this bloke is on the money! Ha Ha
  • bungalow1 Posts: 32
    Stock Poster bungalow1
    06 Jan 2019 11:25 PM
    Quoting speedzter on 05 Mar 2018 10:06 AM
    Posted by Hilly on 05 Mar 2018 09:46 AM

    Wonder if the servo guage was fucked?

     Yes, never trust a servo guage !

    Nope

  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2338
    Motor Head Krash Kinkade
    07 Jan 2019 06:04 AM
    Quoting Hog1 on 15 Nov 2018 09:22 PMedited: 15 Nov 2018 09:25 PM
    Street glide special 36/40
    All ways check them at home and use the Michelin Vigil Tyre Pressure Gauge.
    Also every time I take it for a ride pressures are checked especially if it's been sitting in the garage all week...
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    I used to have one the same. was a while back & mine was psi. now I have a digital gauge. where can I buy a Michelin Vigil ?
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