Road King Service

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Dublin Dave, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. Dublin Dave

    Dublin Dave Member

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    Was thinking of doing the service on the RK 2007 myself to save a few quid in these hard times, but will need a service manual, is their one available for this model as my google searches have prooved to be failing?
    :)
    Dave
     
  2. trikerman

    trikerman Member

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    Hi Dave, I have done my own servicing for the last 8 years, It's quite straight forward. I brought a clymer manual from my original dealer, it wasn't cheap but it's saved me hundreds of pounds.

    John.
     
  3. Dublin Dave

    Dublin Dave Member

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    Yeah John,
    Iv no problem buying one, ill search for the clymer manual and see what i come up with,
    Thanks

    Found a download manual on ebooks for 6 dollars for a 2006 road king , would that suffice the 2007.:29:
     
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  4. chrishdguy

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    In 2007 the motor and transmission changed, so the 2006 will not help much.
     
  5. TQuentin1

    TQuentin1 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    I strongly advise getting the HD Factory Service Manual that covers your exact model and year. If your closest HD Dealership does not have one, you might order one online. Here is one source for the manual:

    Harley Davidson Service Manual for 2007 Touring Models, 99483-07, These factory authorized

    TQ
     
  6. Joyflyin

    Joyflyin Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator

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    With the HD manual & a little research from the forum, the basic service shouldn't be a problem. I usually print the specifics, then read the manual, & then I go to it. I keep the computer handy just in case I need to jump online & consult. You will be glad you did it.