Basic Maintenance 1 DVD - This DVD applies to all 2 and 4 Stroke Motorcycles
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Save $$$ on Motorcycle maintenance! Let a professional show you how to maintain your bike with our latest, easy to follow and comprehensive maintenance DVD.
Maintenance needs to be performed regularly to keep your bike operating safely and in top condition. Interpreting the service manual can be overwhelming if you're new to wrenching. Taking the bike to a shop is a hassle; it's costly and probably unnecessary. The cost of the parts and supplies is relatively inexpensive compared to the shop labor. Wouldn't't it be nice if you could do it yourself with confidence just like the pro's do? This DVD covers maintenance procedures that you should do several times a year. You would pay a shop around $150 in labor each time they serviced your bike. We'll show you how to maintain it yourself for a fraction of one service charge.
You'll learn how to: Change the oil and oil filter, Clean and lubricate the air filter, Lube the throttle cables and brake cables, Check and adjust the spokes, Replace the chain and sprockets and set the chain tension properly, Check the wheel bearings and seals, Inspect the swing arm bearings, Change the rear tire & install the wheel, Change the Brake Pads and Bleed/flush the brake fluid. We use several makes/models of bikes in the DVD to demonstrate the differences between procedures on each bike.
We'll show you how to maintain your bike in your garage with minimal special tools. The mechanic speaks slowly so you can watch the video and take notes if you like. Unlike most maintenance videos that focus on the actor, this video is shot at close range so you can see the details. You can see each part through disassembly and reassembly. No steps are skipped.
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Top Customer Reviews
As far as the quality of the video there a few things to mention. This isn't a high quality polished video production (I am a 13 year professional videographer) which is okay oddly because the information is clear and concise. It is easy to tell the mechanic knows bikes in and out and he offers a lot of great tips that you wouldn't find an owner's manual.
Long story short I think the 25 bucks is worth the extra confidence and will easily pay for itself after a few simple maintenance procedures.
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