Many businesses specialize in repairing Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Many also carry Harley-Davidson manuals from every year and model, which can help you fix and troubleshoot any issues with your bike.
Sites such as Repair Manuals have Harley Davidson manuals dating back to 1936, the first year the bikes were built. You can even sort your repair manuals by manufacturer. You will find manuals from the FXD Dyna Super Glide from 2006 to the 1965 Harley-Davidson Sprint C.
Businesses that specialize in the repair, modification, installation and maintenance of Harley-Davidson bikes include Nightrider.com, Hot Rods Bike Works, official Harley Davidson locations, CS Cycle Service, Harley North and Planet Online.
If you are an auto mechanic who wants to be become well-versed in repairing all sorts of Harley Davidson motorcycles, particularly older models, take classes. These courses are also good for restorationists, dealers and Harley lovers. You’ll learn the main principles for restoring Harley motorcycles that were manufactured between 1936 and 1969.
Those who make Harley-Davidson repairs need to know such things as engine identification and rebuilding, assembly and painting, electrical systems, wheels, chassis and suspension systems, and the restoration of drive trains and transmissions.
You can download Harley-Davidson repair manuals from Nightrider.com, Repairmanual.com, The Motor Book Store, Buy Penton, Clymer, Motor Book Guy, JC Whitney, Auto Repair Manuals, Fat Bikez, Bentley Publishers and many others.