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Harley-Davidson is recalling 175,000 motorcycles because the brakes could fail.

The recall covers more than 30 models from the years 2008 to 2011.

Harley-Davidson says deposits can form on brake parts if the fluid isn’t changed every two years, which can then cause a brake failure.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration started an investigation in July of 2016 after receiving 43 complaints, including some crashes and two injuries.

Dealers will flush and replace brake fluid starting Feb. 12.

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