How To Rebuild a Motorcycle Shock (Dirt Bike Rear Shock Rebuild Video)
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com This video will show you how to rebuild
the rear shock on your motorcycle or ATV. We show you how to change the
shock seal and oil inside the shock. Your Motorcycle shock needs to be
serviced on a regular basis, and we make it easy to do. The process is the
same for many ATV shocks and street bike shocks. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC
stocks the tools and parts you need to rebuild your motorcycle suspension
(forks and shock). In this video we rebuild a Kayaba Rear Shock but we also
demonstrate how to disassemble a Showa Shock as well. After performing this
rear suspension service you will need to fill the shock bladder with
nitrogen and this can be done by almost any local shop for a minimal fee.
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How to Make Winter Tires for a Dirt Bike
Thanks to danyv55!
200 cement screws (1/4" by 1 1/4")
200 1/4" nuts
3/16" Drill Bit
Philips Head Drill Bit
Check out ZachAtk1 to see them in action (Broome Tioga Winter Scramble
Scrambler 500 vs LTZ400
me my son and a buddy playin in the pond. we raced the scrambler and
z400.........................guess who wins?
ATV On Demand Test, 2009 Polaris Scrambler 500 Test
Lighter then a utility with the versatility of all wheel drive, the 2009
Polaris Scrambler 500 has remained mainly unchanged since 1997 but still
has all the performance needed for year round fun out on the trail.
ATV Plowing 3 Feet of Snow: Kawasaki Prairie 400
I noticed there are a lot of videos of people plowing 2 inches of snow...
So I just had to contribute. Fast forward to 4:10 if you're impatient.
2001 Kawasaki Prairie 400 (KVF400-C3)
14,000 miles. 2,750 hours.
Front tires are Swamp Lite, hope to get some for the back soon.
Yes, the front posi is wore out.
Warn Provantage 50" plow.
Cheapie winch with homemade behind-the-bumper mount.
The location: Golden Gate Canyon area near Black Hawk, Colorado. Elevation
Date: February 3, 2012.
It had a hard time pushing the snow straight but when I got to a point
where I could tilt the plow, get up some speed, and push the snow to the
side it had no trouble. With this amount of snow over a large area I first
clear out some space on one side so I can move around and then I make two
complete sweeps over the area. In the first sweep my rows go from the
outside edge into the middle row with the plow tilted to the outside
(counter-intuitive but it works). The second sweep goes the expected
direction, from the middle row to the outer edges with the plow still
tilted outward. Using this method you don't have to stop or reverse once
you get in the groove. Unfortunately the camera battery ran out before I
could get that far, but you get the idea.
Fastest polaris scrambler
Break in runs with my scrmbler, swapped in a 680 triple out of a polaris
ultra rmk ('96), few little things lieft to do but its coming along nicely.
Sorry about the foggy vid, was raining the entire time, and then te camera
went dead (shot with a gopro HD helmet ca).