Harley Dyna Disaster (Part 2) Costly Repair Barnett Clutch Install, Club Wheelie MotoVlog

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  • Published on Feb 20, 2019
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    Check out Part 1 first if you haven't already: ru-clip.com/video/GUFQFO0zpzY/video.html
    Welcome to Part 2 of the Harley Dyna Disaster! Check out the first video if you haven't already to get the full scope of the situation. Quick synopsis: I destroyed my stock clutch trying to learn wheelies on the 2013 Club Style Harley Dyna Street Bob. As a result, I decided to upgrade to a heavy duty Barnett Clutch with stiffer spring and extra kevlar plates. While torquing the screws to 100 ft lbs I unsurprisingly snapped five of the six screws. I realized after the fact that I was supposed to be torquing to 100 inch lbs! Learn from my mistake and don't do what I did! The big concern now was how to get the busted screws extracted from the clutch hub. I went to harbor freight and picked up reverse drill bits and a screw extraction kit. Check out the video to see what happened!

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Comments • 89

  • Jon's Moto Garage
    Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +13

    Shout out to everyone who sent their tips, tricks, and bits of knowledge my way following the previous vid!

  • DukeSky
    DukeSky Month ago +1

    The sun was shining up your ass at that moment. Good Job!

  • Fxdeez Jun
    Fxdeez Jun Month ago +2

    Happens to the best of us bro. Awesome video 👍 Subscribed. I got a lowrider myself. Gonna start motovloggin soon. Just waiting on my bar mount to come in.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  Month ago +1

      Hahaha! Thanks, brotha! Hit me up when you start uploading vids! I'll check it out for sure!

  • Paul C
    Paul C Month ago +1

    LOL - I did the EXACT SAME THING on a Honda Trike - used a torque wrench 18 in lbs vs 18 ft lb - was good for a few minutes then one of the heads shot off like a bullet! I blame myself, society AND the manual - should call out in RED (INCH LBS) esp on common repairs like the clutch. LUCKILY for me... I was able to unscrew 3 out of 4 screws remove the plates and vice grip off the broken bolt.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  Month ago

      Glad it worked out for ya! And at least I'm not the only one. Lol. I can only blame myself cause I didnt even have a manual. Hahaha!

  • 63.Rade
    63.Rade 2 months ago +1

    This video and a first part video is probably why I'll never buy a Harley. The quality is questionable, to say at least. This shows that in reality you end up paying 60% for the Harley name and 40% for actual motorcycle.
    Raider is my choice and later I'll probably also get a Boulevard, or a M109R as it's called now.

    • 63.Rade
      63.Rade 2 months ago

      @Jon's Moto Garage Dude, those bykes are so much more expensive in Europe. My Raider XV1900 scl custom dark grey 2016 5000 miles cost me around $15,000 and for the M109R I'm negotiating for now which is a 2008 and has 15000 miles on it, dude asks $9,000.
      If we figured out a way to export bykes from US to Europe we could make some serious bucks.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  2 months ago +1

      To be fair, the original clutch made it a solid 23k miles until the bike came into my possession and I started trying to learn wheelies on it. Lol. But dollar for dollar, I have to agree you get more bang for your buck with the metric cruisers. At least in the used market where I'm always buying.

  • Todd Pierson
    Todd Pierson 2 months ago

    snapped all 5? one after the other? really?

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  2 months ago

      Lol. I replayed the clip a few times for comedic effect. They all snapped at once.

  • John Kelley
    John Kelley 3 months ago +1

    Thanks for putting your vids out there man. As someone new to working on harleys, your videos are a god-send.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  3 months ago

      For sure! Hopefully at least one or two people can learn from my mistakes. Lol. I appreciate the support!

  • gemini232003
    gemini232003 3 months ago +1

    You really lucked out on those broken bolts. Try cardboard when working on your bikes, it keeps the floor clean and is softer on the knees than concrete. Also invest in an inch pound torque wrench and some tools. I rebuilt my engine back in 1989 on a 1978 Vette that I bought new (car is gone now) and everytime I turned around I need another tool. So I ended up buy a 3 piece 6 foot box and filled it tools, sure makes things easier. When I sold the box and tools about ten years ago, I went through withdrawls after a few months and went out and replaced eveything and a few tools that were not even available back then. Good luck on rides, I like to keep my wheels on the ground, survived my crazy days of the 70's.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  3 months ago

      Yes, totally dodged a bullet with those bolts! I'll slowly be growing my tool collection, no doubt. Lol. I totally love the longer rides, but its just not feasible with my current lifestyle (young kids, obligations, etc.). Eventually I hope to get back into it. I see the appeal/function for forward controls. I think mids with highway pegs would be best for me.

  • paul son
    paul son 3 months ago +1

    I am thinking about upgrading my stock clutch to Barnett and heavy duty spring as well. Am I going to gain tremendous torque at rear at dead start and when going up to gears?

  • News Now AZ
    News Now AZ 4 months ago +1

    👏👏👏 good to see you working on it and learning from your mistakes...

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  4 months ago +1

      Hahaha! Live and learn! Lol. Yeah, this one has provided plenty of opportunities to learn. Lol.

  • Peter Zamudio
    Peter Zamudio 5 months ago +1

    When you get tired, leave the garage. It’ll only lead to one mistake to another. Like reading in lbs as ft lbs lol. I’ve had my fair share of screw ups but you learn what not to do!

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  5 months ago

      Yeah, I definitely learned the hard way on this one. Lol. Like you say, live and learn! hahaha. Thanks for watching and commenting! Ride safe....and make sure you're well rested! Lol.

  • Dirk Hinkle
    Dirk Hinkle 5 months ago +1

    You're welcome for the compliment & the subscription, but know I NEVER give them away. You must earn them, & you did. I did notice a typo in my original text though, so let me clarify. I currently own my second Harley, & my 14th motorcycle, not my 24th. Should have proof read that before sending it. Just a giggle: 30 years ago I threw a chain off my very first street bike. Guess I thought I could ride them like XR. We learn.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  5 months ago +1

      hahaha...at least it wasn't while doing your accounting. Lol. 14 or 24, still lots of nice bikes. I got lucky with the broken chain on my dyna. It didn't do any major damage when it came off. I didn't realize it was missing until the next day - thought I had destroyed something else on the bike. Lol. Dodged a bullet for sure!

  • J Tetlow
    J Tetlow 6 months ago +1

    Note to self: no little bolts are ever torqued to 100 lb. ft. Or any foot pounds. Little bolt, little torque.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  6 months ago

      Hahahaha! Trust me, I learned a few very important lessons on this one. Lol.

  • homerun247
    homerun247 6 months ago +1

    Ohh this just hurt to watch lol

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  6 months ago

      Do you have an ig? I looked up dynomatt but didnt find it.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  6 months ago

      @homerun247 Right on! Thanks, brotha! I'm sure I'll take you up on that!

    • homerun247
      homerun247 6 months ago +1

      Jon's Moto Garage I’m a master Harley tech out of the northern central Florida area. I specialize in dyno tuning... real dyno tuning. Let me know if you need any help or advice. #dynomatt

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  6 months ago

      Trust me, it hurt more to love through it . lol. Thanks for watching, bro! Ride safe!

  • Logan McCutcheon
    Logan McCutcheon 6 months ago

    Do you have a Instagram you post on?

  • Logan McCutcheon
    Logan McCutcheon 6 months ago +1

    Love your videos! So well put together and recorded! You deserve more views and subscribers! Keep the awesome videos goin!

  • Craaag Of Victory
    Craaag Of Victory 6 months ago +1

    I just can't touch my bike or any other car/home reno projects unless it's first thing AM with a fresh mind after my coffee. Bad things happen layer in the day when I'm tired. Unfortunately took me 48 years to learn this lol

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  6 months ago

      Hahaha...I learned my lesson - but itll probably take me another 48 yrs. to apply it. Lol. Thx for watching!

  • Kevin Yu
    Kevin Yu 6 months ago +1

    Live ... Learn ... 420

  • Old Roy Wilson
    Old Roy Wilson 7 months ago +1

    That kind of stuff can happen to the best of us. Why don't you have a lift or something to help when working on all these bikes? I would think being cramped into a small spot hunched over probably rushes your work and makes it difficult. Great videos

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago

      Truthfully I'm not a mechanic and try to avoid working on bikes beyond the basic necessities. Lol. But yeah, being cramped certainly didn't help. At some point I may get a lift if I keep breaking this thing. Hahaha. Thanks for checking the vid! I appreciate the support!

  • Austin p
    Austin p 7 months ago +1

    Great video

  • Danny Cushing
    Danny Cushing 7 months ago +1

    bolt, not a screw, screws cut their own thread, bolts follow a pre cut thread.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      I'll be the first to admit I'm no expert on bolts vs screws. Lol. After reading your comment, I decided to do a bit of research online. Now I'm just more confused than ever. Hahaha. Thanks for watching and commenting!

  • JdLee Stirring The Pot!!!
    JdLee Stirring The Pot!!! 7 months ago +1

    dont worry about stupid mistakes...listen brother my bike repair mistakes would be a full length movie lol

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      @JdLee Stirring The Pot!!! yeah, we just got back from a drive to fountain hills in search of the white powder. None to be found. I think earlier this morning there was some on the ground.

    • JdLee Stirring The Pot!!!
      JdLee Stirring The Pot!!! 7 months ago +1

      @Jon's Moto Garage r u askin me if we got snow over here in Apache Jct area? yes, no, kinda lol it was a flurry, i seen a lil flurry of snow on my monitor of my security cameras , i hav'nt left from inside my RV yet to see if any snow on Superstitions , they say theres snow but i havent seen any wth my own eyes

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago

      Btw you guys get snow over there? Lol. I guess Scottsdale got some.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      Hahaha...thanks man! Live and learn!

  • James  S
    James S 7 months ago +1

    Just out of curiosity how much you selling the bike for.. I wish I had your luck when I bought my two bikes from Craigslist I was not so lucky

    • James  S
      James S 7 months ago

      @Jon's Moto Garage .. yeah I run up there a few times over the years .. I don't know if you ever rode through Sedona to the back way going up to Flagstaff or the back way going through Prescott those are pretty fun rides Jerome's pretty fun ride to

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      @James S oh, that's right! I think I asked you that on another vid! Do you ride southy often? This was my first run ever on moto.

    • James  S
      James S 7 months ago +1

      @Jon's Moto Garage .. yes sir born and raised in South Phoenix 7th Avenue and Broadway Hayden Park but I live in Tolleson now which is still Phoenix I don't know why they called tossing but that's what they call it 91st Avenue Lower Buckeye

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      @James S Nice! Are you here local in the valley! Stay tuned for tmrw's vid ;)

    • James  S
      James S 7 months ago +1

      @Jon's Moto Garage .. nice I wish you all the luck looks like you're hauling ass through South Mountain I could be wrong..

  • Freedom Rider
    Freedom Rider 7 months ago +2

    How many did you break before you realized it was set wrong ?

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago

      Here's part 1 if you didn't see it. The bolt snapping is towards the end. ru-clip.com/video/GUFQFO0zpzY/video.html

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago

      So they all broke at once, but I replayed the clip a few times for comedic purposes. You know, the classic replay. But you're the second one to point out that it looks like I broke them each individually. Looks like I didn't do too good a job with the editing on this one. Lol. Thanks for watching!

  • Christoffer Donahue
    Christoffer Donahue 7 months ago +1

    Great job. Glad you were able to see it through and take care of it yourself.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago

      Thanks man! I dodged a bullet for sure on this one. Aside from the minor mishaps, it was a fairly easy job.

  • Wylie-coyote
    Wylie-coyote 7 months ago +2

    Heads up homie. You can get a service manual from your local Harley in a week or two. It'll give you all the torque specs and torque PATTERNS that you need. It's a little expensive but it's a good investment.

  • Unruly Biker
    Unruly Biker 7 months ago +1

    Congrats on completing the clutch upgrade and getting those broken bolts out - you definitely dodged a bullet not having to drill them out! Now you can get back to wheelies and burnouts... hahaha!

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      Hahaha...thanks man! I was starting to go through withdrawals. Lol.

  • Rule Hard Garage
    Rule Hard Garage 7 months ago +3

    Fuck yeah dude! Nice save. Dont worry I've done something very similar being out in the shop too late.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      Thanks man! I was relieved to say the least. Lol. Good thing I didn't jump the gun and order the new part in my sleep deprived state. Lol

  • OVO J
    OVO J 7 months ago +2

    Dude that Dyna looks badass! 👍
    Are you thinking of keeping it long term? .. I think I might just keep mine and sell the Bolt .. That bike just fits me like a glove. Its perfect. Enjoy it!

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago

      Thx bro! Yeah, this one is a keeper. I wanna learn the art of harley wheelies. Lol. So far it's defeating me. Ha!

  • Brandon Browning
    Brandon Browning 7 months ago +3

    So were you shakin puttin that bot on from how scary it was haha

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      @Brandon Browning stay tuned for a possible full length canyon run!

    • Brandon Browning
      Brandon Browning 7 months ago +1

      @Jon's Moto Garage yea man you were killin it on the start on them roads

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +2

      @Brandon Browning could be...I haven't hadn't any issues yet. Lol. I need to get myself a manual....and who has a day to wait around when we need to start breaking in the clutch? Hahaha. I gave fair warning that this is NOT a how to. Lol.

    • Brandon Browning
      Brandon Browning 7 months ago +1

      @Jon's Moto Garage i thought you were suppose to let those gasket settle like a day before startin it up??

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +2

      Hahahaha...I was trembling. Super nerve racking!

  • Thomas H H
    Thomas H H 7 months ago +2

    The fact that it took you 5 "snaps" to realize something was not right is a lesson you will never forget. Nothing beats experience. I commend you for posting a not so flattering video. After all we are all human (well some politicians aren't but you get the idea).

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago

      Here's part 1 if you haven't already seen it. The bolt snapping is towards the end: ru-clip.com/video/GUFQFO0zpzY/video.html

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      Hahaha..I missed your comment about the politicians the first time through. To funny!

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      It was actually just a single snap - they all busted off at once. I replayed the clip a few times for comedic purposes. Lol. But no doubt I'll never mix up inches and foot pounds of torque again.

  • Libras322
    Libras322 7 months ago +2

    Awesome I'm glad it was an easy fix well easier than replacing the basket. Thank you for sharing with us the community I always look forward to your content and definitely more dyna content

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +2

      Thanks man! I appreciate all the feedback and tips/tricks. The dyna will be here for a while.

  • Bikebilder bear
    Bikebilder bear 7 months ago +1

    When I bought my Harley I had to do the clutch and the carburetor immediately I made a tool for the locking nut or Jam nut I Simply welded a large fitting socket to a large Crescent wrench On the handle islet side.

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      Nice! My neighbor has a welder, but I didn't think of that.

  • Bikebilder bear
    Bikebilder bear 7 months ago +2

    Sooooooooooo happy for you bro. I will be putting up a short ride video today

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +1

      Thanks man! I was super relived after successfully extracting the screws by hand. Lol.

  • tripp_hpjunkie
    tripp_hpjunkie 7 months ago +2

    Congrats man glad it worked out super easy for you....👍👍👍👍👍👍

    • Jon's Moto Garage
      Jon's Moto Garage  7 months ago +2

      Thanks, man! I lost some sleep, but ultimately dodged a bullet on this one. Lol.

  • Bikes Boats Bivouacs
    Bikes Boats Bivouacs 7 months ago +6

    This was a nice way to delay clearing my driveway of snow. Thanks.