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    Default Custom chopper oil line

    Well this is my first chopper, sat for 6 years cleaned the carb and she fired right up! My problem is Iím trying to figure out how to change the oil. Iíve removed the plug on the bottom of the crank drained all the way but for some reason the oil tank still had oil. Isnít it supposed to freeflow to the crank! And all the lines are copper hardlined. Any help would be great! Iíve attached some pictures as well thanks! God bless
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    oil in the sump is minimal unless it has seeped past the oil pump (called Sumping) Harleys are Dry sump bikes & if the oil just went through the pump by gravity you would have serious problems….. to drain the oil tank look for a drain plug,... everyone other than a moron would build an oil tank with one,... if there is no drain plug you will have to remove the rubber joint hose off the feed pipe and drain from there. ….please try to get ya photos the right way round,.. pissing annoying trying to look at something with ya computer on it's side....
    Last edited by tzienlee; 06-03-2018 at 2:52 PM.

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    Thanks really appreciate the information man, and hell yea Iím actually going to get on that picture thing right now id be annoyed to

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