Use a socket №32 Use a socket №17 Use a phillips screwdriver Using sidecutting pliers remove the cotter pin Use a socket №17 Use a combination spanner №19 Use a socket №10 Use a socket №17 and a combination spanner №17 Use round nose pliers to take the locking ring out Use a hydraulic press
Hi, I’m Eric from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com and today i’m going to show you change wheel bearings. We’re going to do that today using our Tusk Bearing Removal Tool. Some things we’re going to need today. We need some good high-quality grease. Some good high quality bearings. We sell both Pivot Works and All Balls.
Today, we’re going to be installing a Tusk Aluminum Brake Pedal. The Tusk Aluminum Brake Pedal is a stock replacement motorcycle brake pedal engineered to meet the demands of motocross and off-road racing. It features an extremely tough forged aluminum arm with a replaceable CNC-machined toe tip in a variety of colors. The toe tip
This video will show you the features and benefits of upgrading to Tusk steel braided brake lines and also how to install them onto your bike. We’ll also be demonstrating the proper way to bleed your brakes after performing maintenance on a system. Your stock rubber hoses over a period of time tend to flex
Hi, I’m Mat from eSpares. In this video, I’ll be replacing the drum support wheel on this Candy tumble dryer. If your tumble dryer has become noisy when the drum turns then it is likely that the drum support wheel has failed and it needs to be replaced. Safety first always disconnect an appliance before
This is Part 3 of the split cases, crank and crank bearing replacement video. Please refer to Parts 1 and 2 for the previous procedures In Part 2 we installed the crank into the right case half, and now we’re going to install the transmission. And it’s important to try do this as an assembly,
Replacing the stock levers on a bike is a cheap way to improve ergonomics and feel for the bike, especially if your stock levers offer no adjustment. Tools you’ll need are a wrench, lubricant, grease, flat head screwdriver and allen keys. We’ll do the easy one first, the brake lever. Unscrew the retaining bolt from