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Old 10-19-2007, 05:05 PM
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Default Harley Handlebar Mounted Clock

Hey Guys:

Does anyone have one of the Harley Mounted Handlebar Clocks on their bike? My battery went dead on mine & I need to replace it. I took it to my jeweler & he said he couldn't figure how to get the back off & was afraid of tearing it up. I can't find the directions that came with it. Any help or a copy of the directions that came with one would be appreciated.

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Old 10-19-2007, 05:32 PM
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Just buy another one. They should last about five years. Mine is five years old and not slowing down a bit.
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Old 10-20-2007, 07:22 AM
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Open it yourself (if you break it will it work less than it does now?) & get a battery from a drug store or one of them mall battery kiosks........................
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Go to a Batteries Plus store.

Those guys can put batteries into things from hearing aids to semi's. They got the tools and know how.

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Old 10-20-2007, 08:07 AM
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I took mine to a jeweler and he said that if they take the back off they could not garauntee that it would remain water proof. The cost to remove the back and replace the battery (they wouldd have to send it out) was about $50.00.

Buy a new one...
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Pair of needle nose pliers. One tip in each slot and turn counter clockwise. Replacemnt battery in any drug store or Wal-Mart. Put the back of the clock back in reverse order. No sweat about the waterproof. Just got to get creative with these things.
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okay everyone,
for those that ever need to re-visit this thread. the battery replacement is very easy. Any pair of pliers will work. the back of the clock simply unscrews. plain and simple. i would suggest you protect the the extended portion from the back with a cloth before you grab a hold with the pliers. just to minimize scratching. other than that, nothing to it. and i am referring to the portion on the back of the clock that actually attaches to the handlebar.

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Old 06-23-2013, 05:17 PM
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Easiest way without damage is to wrap vice grip jaws with tape(or use a piece of cloth) Clamp down on stud where allen bolt holds bracket. And then just turn face counterclockwise. Did it just few minutes ago. Just dont clamp down hard,just enough to hold it in place.
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