New DVDs from Fix My Hog

DVDs help riders to their own maintenance

By Staff, May. 04, 2009
Fix My Hog, makers of the popular do-it-yourself Harley-Davidson motorcycle maintenance and performance DVD series, has announced the release of two new DVDs: Softail/Dyna Maintenance Edition Part II and Touring Edition Part II.

Like their predecessors, the new DVDs feature information, tips and insider tricks from professional mechanics on how to perform routine motorcycle maintenance. Their content is driven by suggestions from users and by technological advances made by Harley-Davidson.  

When we released the original motorcycle maintenance DVDs six years ago, we couldn't have anticipated the reaction from critics and customers alike - it went so far beyond our wildest expectations, says Fix My Hog president and founder Dennis Santopietro.

Since then, letters, calls and e-mails have poured in from around the world suggesting additional topics we should cover, so that's what we did. These follow up DVDs cover new procedures and technological advances and are a great complement to the original versions. Plus, they save riders money - a great plus in today's economy. 

Using the same format that made the Fix My Hog DVD series so popular, the new DVDs feature a professional mechanic who breaks down each procedure into easy-to-follow steps that riders can duplicate at home.

The Softail/Dyna Maintenance Edition Part II covers more than 15 procedures, including steering head bearing adjustment, cam chain tensioner shoe inspection, Dyna oil, transmission, primary and fork fluid changes, and more.

The Touring Edition Part II includes some of the most recent Harley-Davidson technology updates and covers Brembo caliper brake pad replacement, a review of ABS and electronic throttle control, cam chain tensioner shoe inspection, stock air cleaner upgrade, and custom rotor installation.
For a complete list of topics covered on each DVD or to order, visit