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Just turned 52,000 on my 2010 Roadglide. Great bike! It's been serviced religiously. Had the cam tensioners checked at 40,000 and 50,000. Everything ok. Are there any issues that I should be aware of if I run it another 10 or 20 thousand? Anyone have that many miles on your 2010?
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you should be good for 52 more without any major issues , but you never know

My budd's ten went 120 ish and never saw a dealer after the 1k service , then one of the cams started going out

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I have around 48k on my 2010, only problem I have is I like to keep changing things.
 

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I've got 65k on my 2011.

Proper maintenance is the key to the longevity of anything mechanical. Don't worry... enjoy the ride!
 

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Had the following issues from ~40K to ~48K. My lifters had to be replaced. My stator plug that goes through the inner primary housing started to leak, sealed that with some black RTV. Replaced the voltage regulator. Replaced the front rotors that warped. Now have 53K on the clock.
 

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Just rolled 58,445mi. this last weekend. Had to replace lifters and stator plug started leaking. Other than that no real Motor Company issues. At about 80k I'll do a Fuel Moto 107 kit with crank and head work.
 

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Traded my Scarlet 2010 FLTRX in Jan 2014 with 65k on her with no issues at all. I have heard the new cam chain tensioners lasting well past 100k but every bike is different so it's not a bad idea to monitor them. My 2012 Skunk has over 45k and I haven't even opened her up to check them. Might plan on doing that at around the 50k service just for giggles.
 
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