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Regularly scheduled service is paramount in ensuring your beloved Harley-Davidson is running optimally and efficiently. Harley-Davidson service mechanics recommend maintenance at incremental intervals to inspect the overall health of your bike. Below, we’ve outlined the major checkpoints of the Harley-Davidson service schedule and the recommendations at 1,000, 10,000, and 20,000 miles. You’re also encouraged to have your bike looked over at 5,000 and 15,000 miles.

Harley-Davidson 1,000-Mile Service Checklist

Below are important areas of your bike a Harley-Davidson mechanic will check during your first 1,000-mile service interval:

  • Inspect engine oil and filter
  • Inspect oil lines and brake system for leaks
  • Inspect air cleaner and service as required
  • Check tire pressure and inspect tread
  • Check tightness of wheel spokes
  • Replace transmission lubricant
  • Check clutch adjustment
  • Check primary chain adjustment
  • Inspect rear belt and sprockets and adjust belt
  • Check, adjust, and lube throttle, brake enrichers and clutch controls
  • Inspect and lube jiffy stand
  • Inspect fuel valve, lines, and fittings for leaks
  • Check brake fluid levels and condition
  • Inspect brake pads and discs for wear
  • Check spark plugs
  • Check operation of electrical equipment & switches
  • Check & adjust engine idle speed
  • Adjust steering head bearings
  • Inspect shock absorbers
  • Check tightness of critical fasteners
  • Road test

Harley-Davidson 10,000-Mile Service Checklist

In addition to replacing the engine oil and filter, nearly every single point on the Harley-Davidson 1,000-mile service checklist will be addressed again at 5,000 and 10,000 miles. Checking certain things every time is necessary to your
bike’s overall health. At the 10,000-mile service interval, the following services will be completed:

  • Check front brake lever pin
  • Check brake caliper pins
  • Check brake caliper boots and bushings
  • Check rear master cylinder outer boot
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Adjust and lube steering head bearings
  • Check engine mounts and stabilizer links

Harley-Davidson 20,000-Mile Service Checklist

All aforementioned mileage checkpoints will also be inspected during the Harley-Davidson 20,000-mile service checklist. Additionally (and unique to the 20,0000 mile service interval), a Harley-Davidson mechanic will replace the front fork oil in your bike to ensure you’re riding.

Contact Our Service Department at American Road Hog Cycles – Cypress, TX

If you’re ready to contact our service department for any of the Harley-Davidson mile service intervals, please don’t hesitate. Nothing will keep your Harley-Davidson bike running smoothly through ARH Cycles care, attention, and proper maintenance will. We know you’re proud to ride a Harley-Davidson around, so stop in with any other questions concerning the health of your bike!

How often should a Harley-Davidson be serviced?

every five thousand miles Harley-Davidson® recommends that your motorcycle receive servicing at least every five thousand miles, depending upon rider, riding style and conditions. Sometimes more frequent oil changes can be warranted.


How often should I change the transmission oil in my Harley?

Oil changes as per Owners manual every 5k Miles, Tranny and Primary every 10K. If you ride it more you’ll be changing it more often.


How often should you change full synthetic oil?

It’s recommended that you change synthetic oil every 7,500 – 15,000 miles, depending on the vehicle and the brand of synthetic oil used. To ensure you’re changing your oil at the proper intervals, always check your owners manual for more information.


How often should I change my Harley air filter?

As the filter does its job it gets loaded up with dirt, and a dirty filter is going to rob your engine of power and put a dent in your fuel mileage. That’s why you’re supposed to replace the filter every 10,000 to 15,000 miles.


How often should I change Harley brake pads?

Brake pads must be inspected for wear every 2500 miles (4000 km). If you ride under adverse conditions, (steep hills, heavy traffic, etc.) a more frequent inspection at 1000 miles (1600 km) or less, is required. Failure to inspect brake pads for wear could result in death or serious injury.


Can I clean my air filter with soap and water?

It could be just what your car needs. Air filters are made of cotton, paper or foam, or a mix of those materials. Check your owner’s manual or with the air filter manufacturer to be sure it’s safe to use soap and water, and if you have an oil-coated filter. … Don’t use soap and water on an oil-coated air filter


How long does motorcycle brake discs last?

Here’s how long motorcycle brake pads last on average: The average life motorcycle brake pads last are about 20 000 miles or approximately 32 000km. This figure will vary depending on the brake pads’ compound, how you ride, the conditions you ride in, and how you brake.