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Published on Aug 26, 2012
Does your Harley-Davidson motorcycle make a loud clunk sound when you shift it into first gear from neutral? Don't worry. Harley-Davidson motorcycles are designed to make a loud clunk noise when you shift the transmission into first gear. As long as the transmission shifts into gear easily and doesn't make any grinding noises, the clunk sound is mormal. Harley-Davidson has conducted focus group studies with their customers, and Harley-Davidson riders have told them that they love hearing the motorcycle make a loud clunk when they shift the transmission into first gear, so Harley-Davidson motorcycle transmissions are designed to make that loud clunky sound.