This week is about how to change the front brakes on your Harley. I did this video while changing them on my 2012 Street Glide, but the principles will apply to all bikes, even metrics. The process is quite simple, and you can do a front brake job in about 30 minutes and save a load of money in doing so. If you do it right, you won't even have to bleed the brake lines. What is important is to do this before your brakes wear out to the point of metal on metal. If you keep up with it, you won't have to replace your rotors.
The front brake change on this video was done at 40K miles. It was the first front brake pad change on this bike. The original pads still had a ways to go, but with the long trip, Margaret and I have planned this summer, I wanted to go ahead and take care of them now. This video only shows how to do the front pads.