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I have a new Street Glide and it is hard to find neutral most of the times. Is there a trick to finding neutral or will it get easier as the bike gets broken in?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.:spar
 

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It will improve with miles. After fluids changed at 1000 miles if you use the right fluid will greatly improve.
 

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At your first service change to good gear lube, I use Bel Ray, rather than motor oil. I think per the specs you can use motor oil in all three holes (engine, trans, primary) and that's what the moco does. Gear lube makes a huge difference in the trans as far as shifting and finding neutral, you won't be disappointed.
 

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I have a new Street Glide and it is hard to find neutral most of the times. Is there a trick to finding neutral or will it get easier as the bike gets broken in?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.:spar
after the 1k service, after fluid changes, the clutch needs adjustment, cable stretches and clutch plates are breaking in, neutral will be a breeze to find afterwards mine did the same thing.
 

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Try a tiny bit of rev on the throttle while you try and find it? That might be ridiculous advice, but it was worked for me on bikes with hard to find neutral.


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