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Is 15000 miles a lot for a Harley-Davidson?

Is 15000 miles a lot for a Harley-Davidson?

For small sports bikes, 20,000 to 30,000 is on the high side. For larger bikes, 50,000 miles and up is considered high motorcycle mileage.

How much does a service on a Harley cost?

Service Pricing Menu

Street [black oil filter only] $329.95
Sportster $319.95
Softail $399.95
Touring $399.95

How many miles is too many miles on a Harley?

For sports bikes, 25,000 miles can be a lot. Harley-Davidson® motorcycles are built to last much longer. If a bike has good maintenance records, no signs of damage and no oil leaks, even a bike with 40,000 to 50,000 miles can be expected to last a long time.

How long do Harley engines last?

How Long Do Harley Engines Last? A Harley Engine is expected to last over 100,000 miles if the bike is well maintained as per Harley-Davidson’s suggested service schedule with fluids rotated regularly, if it’s stored and ridden responsibly, and if the motorcycle isn’t involved in any accidents.

Is 15000 miles a lot for a motorcycle?

Generally, high mileage on a motorcycle is anywhere from 20,000 to 50,000 miles. For sport bikes, the high mileage number will be on the low end (usually around 25,000), while cruisers and touring bikes typically become high mileage in the 40,000- to the 50,000-mile range.

What is included in a 1000 mile service on a Harley?

Inspect brake pads and discs for wear Check operation of electrical equipment & switches 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.

What kind of maintenance does a Harley Davidson 50000 miles require?

Harley-Davidson ® 5,000 Mile Maintenance • Change engine oil & oil filter. • Inspect air cleaner and service as required. • Clean tappet oil screen. * • Change primary chaincase lubricant and clean magnetic drain plug. • Check clutch adjustment. • Change transmission lubricant and clean the magnetic drain plug.

How often should I service my Harley-Davidson?

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.

What should I check on my Harley Davidson after 1000 miles?

Inspect Exhaust System: leaks, cracks and loose or missing fasteners or heat shields After completing the Harley Davidson 1000 Miles Service Checklist, you’ve got time to put some miles under your belt. The next recommended service check is at 5,000 miles. However, don’t forget to check the small things. Get to know your bike.