DK Custom Introduces Rocker Lockers ~ Get Rid of the Annoying Top End Ticking

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Yea Gang these really work. I installed them on my 110 2013 Twin Cam and was amazed at the difference in the noise. Great instructions.
 
Yea Gang these really work. I installed them on my 110 2013 Twin Cam and was amazed at the difference in the noise. Great instructions.

Was the install rough? How long did the install take? Inquiring minds want to know :D

One more question, once they are installed, does that mean the shaft can never be removed? Or, is there a way to get the Rocker Locker out again? Maybe a punch from the other side.
 
Was the install rough? How long did the install take?

Alan I have moderate mechanical skills. I do most of my own maintenance. My usual road block is not having a correct special tool.

This job the hardest part is knowing how to make sure that the cylinder both valves are fully closed. Easy for me because I've done it many times, but for a newbe they would need to be careful. Removing the gas tank is straight forward. Removing valve covers is also straight forward. Pick a cylinder make sure the valves are fully closed and remove the rocker arms. The rear cylinder 2 of the rocker bolts will not come all the way out but disengage the threads so they come out with the rocker arm assembly. follow the instructions to press in the sleeves and then re-assemble. Follow the notes and you will have no problem. Took a couple of hours working at my pace (slow)
 
I think you can handle it.

I have a shop manual, both digital and 3 ring bound. I think this will be a good winter project ... LOL ... assuming I can do most of it sitting (with the new broken toe, standing is not that much fun :AGGHH: ... One step closer to making it a Gold Wing (at least sound like it) ... just kidding :D
 
I have a shop manual, both digital and 3 ring bound. I think this will be a good winter project ... LOL ... assuming I can do most of it sitting (with the new broken toe, standing is not that much fun :AGGHH: ... One step closer to making it a Gold Wing (at least sound like it) ... just kidding :D

You do have good quality inch pound and ft lb torque wrenches, if not get some now;)
 

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