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How To Clean Your Carburetor With Pine-Sol

How To Clean Your Carburetor With Pine-Sol

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Deep Clean Your Carburetor With A Soak In Pine-Sol! Soaking your Carburetor In Pine-Sol is a cheap alternative to Chem-dip. We know Berrymans Chem-Dip works for heavy cleaning jobs, but it also costs around $30 gallon, and if all you are doing is cleaning the varnish out your carburetor, it's extreme overkill. Right off the top, there are two things to know when cleaning your carb with pine-sol.
How To Reverse Bleed The Brake Systems On Your Dirt Bike - Featured

How To Reverse Bleed The Brake Systems On Your Dirt Bike

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How To Reverse Bleed, Fill Or Replace The Brake Fluid On Your Dirt Bike. Bleeding Tools And Supplies: Two large syringes Hose Zip Ties Handy Wire Towels Brake Cleaner 8mm Wrench. Prep your bike by wrapping the brake caliper and reservoir in a towel, and removing the reservoir cap. Attach your hose to your filling...
How To Change Your Dirt Bike Tire - DIY Tire Change Tools

Dirt Bike Tube & Tire Change: DIY Tire Tools

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We’ve all been in this scenario at some point - You need to change the tube or tire on your dirt bike, but you don’t have a set of tire spoons and rim guards, or even a set of tire irons available. So what can you do? Get creative! Your main objective is to get your tire on and off of the rim. Your second objective is to...
How To Change Your Dirt Bike Tire - Screwdrivers vs Tire Irons -

Dirt Bike Tube & Tire Change: Screwdrivers v.s. Tire Irons

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This Is Why You Should Use Tire Irons Instead Of Screwdrivers When You Change The Tires On Your Dirt Bike I am doing this comparison using tire irons instead of tire spoons. If you were set on using screwdrivers to begin with, you probably don't change your tires much and spending $50 on a nice set of tire spoons and a bead holder isn't practical right now. Or, your just in a... pinch (Pre-Pun!)

Video: Dirt Bike Handlebar Grip Change Tricks

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You probably already know how to change your dirt bike grips, but how do you do it? This video will give you two new tricks to try that will make your grips easier to change, won't damage your bars, and will make your grips last longer.