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Lower end noise - 2002 Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard

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    wd4ity Aug 10, 2010

    Could you be a bit more specific in your post. All I have on this end is "lower end noise". That could be most anything. Please elaborate a bit more in depth.

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Lwr end noise is always bad. if bike has less than 100k km the crankshaft should be ok. very likely there is something in the primary wrong, like the chain or chain tensioner, or clutch hub. remove primary cover and check.

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