I ride a '95 Fatboy that I bought new. It's always been well maintained and always kept the engine oil changed with HD brand engine oil. I just had about $1855 worth or work done to my primary and tranny since when I moved I had to have someone other than a dealership do some work and they used an after market bearing which caused a lot of issues. Now the dealership that just got done doing the primary and tranny work to fix the other mechanics issues is trying to tell me the noise that I'm hearing now is caused by the roller bearings being shot. I only rode the bike about 150 miles before sending it back to the dealership. I've never heard anyone with an evo engine having these replaced but the dealership is telling me it's one of the biggest reasons for evo engine being ruined. Does anyone know anything about these needing replaced every 30 to 40k miles? I just find it hard to believe that they test rode this bike for the 80 miles on the dyno and another 50 miles on the road and them not notice these were bad. When I rode a block away I was already hearing the noise.