In Bolts 1 we looked at how to identify the fault, now on Bolts 2 you will learn how to fix it. Replacing your own brake pads is a fairly simple task that can save you a lot of time and money. If you keep on top of the brake pads which are relatively cheap you could be saving yourself a lot of time, aggravation and money in the long run
In Bolts 1 we looked at how to check the oil levels and condition, now we will also show you how to do an oil and filter change. Good clean oil can make the world of difference to how your engine runs and performs.
Does your bike struggle to start first thing? So many faults with bikes come down to faulty battery, a poor earthing connection or a loose wire. On Bolts 1 we looked at the simple task of checking the condition, so now on Bolts 2 we will look at replacing the faulty items.
Sadly a tyre change isn’t something that can be done without specialist tools, however learning how to make a temporary puncture repair is.
Do you A) want to get back on the road in 15 minutes or B) wait for 2 hours for a recovery company to come and take you home?
Sooner or later parts need to be replaced! A well lubricated and adjusted chain will last a lot longer than a poorly maintained one, but will eventually need to be changed. By the end of this lesson you will have the skills to do it for yourself with confidence.
So in Bolts 1 you learnt the basics of how to inspect the suspension now we’re going to strip down the front end, you will learn how to replace the fork seals, springs, oil and dust seals giving you a whole new lease of life to the front suspension.