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Harley-Davidson Recalls 2017 Touring Bikes

Harley-Davidson Recalls 2017 Touring Bikes

Oil Leak Could Spell Disaster

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a recall on some 45,000 Harley-Davidson touring models. A clamp on the oil cooler could detach resulting in the loss of engine oil containment. If that isn’t bad enough, the oil could path to the rear wheel, and you don’t need to ride a motorcycle to know that oil on the rear wheel is a bad thing. The recall includes 2017 FLH and FLT models, which include the Electra Glide, Road King, Road Glide, and Street Glide families that were manufactured between July 2016 and May 2017. The recall is slated to begin June 6.

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