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Needa replace oil line - February 16, 2010, 10:34 AM

Got a leaky oil line thats dripping onto the Jardine and into the belly pan. I know which one it is while looking under the bike....but dunno how to go about getting it replaced. Pops suggested going to HD but don't wanna get bent over on their labor charges if I can do it myself. Anyone have info on identifying/replacing/ordering new line? I can drain the oil myself and have the shop manual. As far as that goes thats all I know.
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scalia (sp?) cycles in ffx does HD and buell stuff


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Thanks. tryin to DIY though. Got the shop manual. Just don't know how to go about ordering an oil line. There's 2 of them down there, only 1's leaking.
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Thanks. tryin to DIY though. Got the shop manual. Just don't know how to go about ordering an oil line. There's 2 of them down there, only 1's leaking.

have em order your part and you DIY


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Maybe what I'll do.
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Could have paid the shop to replace those lines when the motor was out! Only cost would have been the lines not the labor cause we had to take the lines off anyway.


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Could have paid the shop to replace those lines when the motor was out! Only cost would have been the lines not the labor cause we had to take the lines off anyway.
dangit Mike now ya tell me lol.
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Oh and also you might have to get a new oil pump housing. If I remember that is were the leak is from. What was going on was someone over tightened the lines and then put the lines on and since they goo on only one way you could not tighten them anymore. Double check were the leak is coming from Bobby.


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February 16, 2010, 11:33 AM

Oh crap really?? I just noticed it coming from one of the return lines, didn't even check the pump. gonna check asap back at home, thanks Mike.
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I heard that on Buells the replacement....is well....Brutal...



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Everything so far has been not too hard. The shop manual helps a lot. These aren't exactly the most technically advanced bikes around
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