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Speed-Check Transmission Dipstick

Part Number 37103-08

Finish / Color:  Chrome

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This decorative and functional dipstick is hand-operated, eliminating the need for a wrench.

  • Contains a Bar & Shield graphic
  • Easy to install
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Fits '06-later Dyna® (except models with ABS) and '07-later Softail®, and '07-'16 Touring and Trike models. Will not fit Touring models equipped with Engine/Transmission Interface Cover P/N 66532-07.

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Won't work If you have added chrome to your engine this will not fit. You can not get the hexagon type head to clear the chrome covers. July 31, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by THIS WILL BE OEM IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS! The first thing you will be thinking after getting out the Allen wrench to remove the old dipstick is why isn't this installed on every Harley. Well, that makes too much sense for us common bikers. It's a must have when you're out traveling and don't have an Allen wrench to check your tranny fluid. It's made of heavy chromed aircraft aluminum, includes the o-ring, and even has the bar and shield emblem so you can have it lined up just the way you like it. Normally you would check your fluid level with the bike on the jiffy stand...but, if you have a trike, make sure to check your owner's manual for the correct level. May 31, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Big Improvement Over OEM Plug The Speed-Check Transmission Dipstick is a big improvement over the OEM cover -- not just in ease of removal, but more so with overall appearance. The OEM plug was totally lack-luster and looked like it should have been something mounted under the bike and out of sight. The replacement cap is stylish and compliments the neighboring digital Oil Level and Temperature Dipstick. While the Oil Level and Temperature Dipstick received a lot of negative reviews due to display failure, mine is still ok after about 3 months. I'll hold off on reviewing it until maybe Summer 2016 to see if my luck with it holds up. Both are shown in the attached photo. The Speed-Check Transmission Dipstick is the one on the right side. Overall, the Speed-Check Transmission Dipstick looks great, is simple to remove and check the fluid level without tools, and it compliments the digital Oil Level companion if you have that already. Also, the price of the transmission dipstick is very reasonable; I highly recommend this product. January 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Should have come stock Simply makes checking your trans fluid level tool free and life that much easier. July 30, 2015
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I Ride: 2006 wide glide
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Try 62700192. It should fit your Dyna.
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The cap feels like chrome-plated plastic. The level indicator is plastic. The HD logo plate that adheres to the cap is aluminum. Overall, it has a clean appearance.
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This dipstick is metal, and it's a really nice piece of chrome.
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I Ride: 2014 Ultra
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For example, check hot? Upright? Fluid should be between two lines?
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I Ride: 2010 FLHR
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Hi Dmarkturner,

You would check the fluid with the Speed-Check Transmission Dipstick the same way you would you would check the stock transmission dipstick. The 2010 Touring Service Manual states:

The transmission lubricant level should be checked monthly. The transmission should be drained and refilled with fresh lubricant at specified intervals.

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When checking the transmission lubricant level, the motorcycle should be leaning on the jiffy stand. If the motorcycle was recently moved or ridden, allow a short period of time to equalize lubricant level in the transmission compartments.

Check Lubricant Level
1. Park motorcycle on its jiffy stand.
2. Remove the filler plug/dipstick and wipe off dipstick.
3. Place back in filler hole but do not thread in. (Filler plug/dipstick should rest on top of threaded hole.) Remove filler plug/dipstick and observe lubricant level. Level should be between the full and low marks on the dipstick.
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