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Set Up And Adjust A Clipless Bike Pedal

Set Up And Adjust A Clipless Bike Pedal

Identify the adjusting bolts. There is one for each foot position. A set of double-sided pedals have four adjustment bolts. Equalise the tension on all bolts on the clipless pedal by screwing to the low – anti-clockwise – limit. Don’t force them past the limit. You will feel defined steps every quarter turn. Test the […]

Motorcycle Bottom End Rebuild | Part 2 of 3: Crank & Bearings

This is Part 2 of the Split Cases, Crank and Crank Bearing Replacement Video. Please refer to Part 1 for the previous dis-assembly. Using the Tusk Case Splitter. We’re going to go ahead and put this on the ignition side. And there’s a couple important things to remember with this tool. First of all it […]

12 Common Bike Maintenance Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

– Whilst maintaining your mountain bike is actually fairly straightforward, it could be really easy to get a few things wrong. Especially if you rush something, if you don’t quite know what you’re doing, or if you just take a chance on something and don’t do your research. So here are some classic mountain bike […]

How to Size a Campagnolo Bicycle Chain

In this video, we’ll show you how to properly size a chain for a Campagnolo derailleur. Hello, Calvin Jones here, with the Park Tool company. The Campagnolo chain sizing procedure results in the longest chain the bike can use. Campagnolo says this procedure gives a feeling of softness in shifting by reducing spring tension at […]

Dryer Repair – Replacing the Cycling Thermostat (GE Part # WE4M181)

Hi! It is Steve from PartSelect. Today we are going to show you how to change the thermostat on your dryer, and it is a really easy job. All we are going to need is a Phillips screwdriver as well as stubby Phillips screwdriver, and a pair of needle-nose pliers. Let me show you how […]

Motorcycle Bottom End Rebuild | Part 3 of 3: Final Assembly

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, […]

7 More Ways You’re Accidentally Ruining Your Road Bike | Bicycle Maintenance Mistakes To Avoid

– Coming up in today’s video, seven more ways you are inadvertently destroying your bike. If you haven’t already done so, make sure you subscribe to the channel, and click on that notification icon, so that you get notified every time we upload a new video. (whoosh) (upbeat music) Caring for your bike properly really […]

How To Adjust Valves On A Motorcycle Or ATV – Shim Type

How To Adjust Valves On A Motorcycle Or ATV – Shim Type

In this video we’ll show you how to adjust the valves on your 4-stroke motorcycle ATV. We’ll need a few different tools to complete this job. First we’ll need a feeler gauge so we can measure the clearances. And Rocky Mountain has a few different options for you. Next we’ll need a few standard tools, […]

Motorcycle and ATV Cylinder Hone Instructions – Flex-Hone

Motorcycle and ATV Cylinder Hone Instructions – Flex-Hone

Hi, I’m Eric with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com And today I’m going to show you how to hone a cylinder using a flex hone. We’re going to need a drill, a flex hone, a cleaning brush and flex hone oil. Rocky Mountain carries flex hones specific for your machine. The Flex Hone tool is perfect for […]

Motorcycle Bottom End Rebuild | Part 1 of 3: Engine Teardown

Motorcycle Bottom End Rebuild | Part 1 of 3: Engine Teardown

Hi, I’m Eric from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com. And today I’m going to show you how to split the cases, and to replace crank bearings and a crankshaft. We’ll need some common hand tools, and also some specialty tools made by Tusk. First of all we have our case splitter tool, our circlip pliers, our crank […]