Good Morning - I have a 2010 Streetglide whose belt is making a repeditive schreeching / squeeling noise that I can hear (usually under 20 mph due to road / engine noise). It gets worse when hot. I know it is the belt because the brakes do not effect it, and when I put it up on th lift (when hot) and spin the tire it makes the noise. Also, I tried a diagnostic tip found in this forum, and sprayed water with a drop of dishsoap on it - Presto! Noise gone! The noise also goes away once the bike is completely cool (i.e. the next morning) on the lift, but comes back quickly once riding. I took it to the dealer who checked it out and said belt tension is fine, pulleys / sprockets look fine, and wheel bearings are fine. The tech thought it was the brakes and cleaned and put anti-squeel stuff on the pads, but by the time I rode the 10 miles home from the dealer the noise was back. I bought the belt tension tool, and the tension seemed to be okay to me also. Wheel alignment seems fine. Belt is tracking to the outside as it should. Side note: The tension range on the Steetglide is 1/4 to 5/16; Seriously? You're bent over trying to measure an odd shaped rubber strip against a plastic shroud with 1/8 inch markings on it and the acceptable tenion range is 1/16 of an inch? How do I stop this - or does it matter? If all the parts are okay, and the tension is okay - will the noise hurt anything? Thanks!