Change Your Own Motorcycle Oil

My wife is the proud owner of a 2008 Harley-Davidson Super Glide and teaches algebra. It’s not like she is Joe mechanic. She is a math teacher. But she can change the oil on her motorcycle. So if there are any guys (or gals) out there who are timid about changing their own fluids, know this… my wife can do it. Most any intelligent person can do this task.

You can save big bucks! The oil and filter are going to cost you about $60. Now if you compare that to the dealer prices or even a private shop you are going to save huge! Lets just say the dealer is going to charge you about $200. Yes, they will do a lot more than just change the fluids… or at least they are supposed to. But do the math! It’s not algebra. You can save well over a $100 each time you do it yourself.

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Yes, you do need to invest in a little training if you don’t have someone to show you the ropes. Fortunately we benefited from both a friend showing us the way and a great training DVD called Fix My Hog.

Yes, you need to invest in a few tools and the model and year specific service manual if you don’t already have them. The satisfaction of doing it yourself and knowing it was done right is priceless!

The training you need is in the Fix My Hog DVD set. Very easy to follow demonstrations in the comfort of your own living room that will save you money. You can do this and more! 

Click here now for more info on the DVD’s that can save you big money.

One Response to “Change Your Own Motorcycle Oil”

  1. I have recently changed an oil filter and oil myself on my Kawasaki bike. It was not that difficult =)

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