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I have been told at the stealer not to use this, but after bathing the bike on Saturday I think I would like to if I could. It seems easier for those times you want to get it wet. As I understand it you spray it on the whole bike, including the wheels, the hose it off and you're done? Seems too easy, and I don't want to damage anything. I have an 03 black and silver. Stock wheels and swingarm - ie, not chromed. Saturday I used the Harley Sunwash and the Wheel and tyre cleaner for the wheels. I mean it cam up great, but would love to save the fiddling if I can. Would rather ride it than clean it.:D

What is the groups experience on this issue?
 

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It's a great product, I use it all the time. Your stealer must be really dumb, S100 Total Cycle Cleaner is approved by H-D for use on V-Rod and it says so in the manual. Of course, just like Shawn said, sometimes you need to rub.
 

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My Stealer sells it in the shop.

Great product. Just RTFM! Very important!
 

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rtfm? read the f***ing manual?
 

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Never use on a hot bike..........a leaf blower is the effecient way to dry
 
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