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This is a step by step instructional video on how to remove and reinstall the rear wheel on a Harley Davidson Softail that came from the factory with a 200mm rear tire. While I’m working on a 2006 Night Train (FXSTBI), other year & model Harley’s came with this configuration (see below). This job seems fairly straight forward, but it is anything but. There are quite a few pit-falls you need to watch out for and ultimately can be a P.I.T.A. especially if it is your first time. I’ll cover various tips & tricks to make this job quick & easy. With a little practice you can have this job done in less then hour, even if you take your time.
2006 was the first year that Harley Davidson came out with a motorcycle with a 200mm rear tire from the factory. At that time it included the Night Train (FXSTB & FXSTBI), Standard (FXST & FXSTI), and Springer (FXSTS & FXSTSI) models. Later on the Cross Bones (FLSTSB & FLSTSBI), Fat Boy (FLSTF & FLSTFI) and Fat Boy Lo (FLSTFB & FLSTFBI) came out with this size rear tire. There may be other models that I’m not aware of that came this rear tire. The Fat Boy & Fat Boy Lo are still in production with this 200mm rear tire as of 2014.
How To Remove & Install Front Wheel – Harley Davidson Softail:
My “’06 Harley Night Train (FXSTBI) Repair & Maintenance” Playlist:
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General interview in 2011 with Mehran Tavakoli KESHE by Bert Corsius about the Keshe Foundation, plasma technology and several fields of applications. This video is also available on the www.keshefoundation.org web site.