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How To Use Loctite on Your Dirt Bike or ATV

Loctite this, Loctite that. Loctite the @#$% out of everything and go. Now wait just a second. Loctite won't make your dirt bike or ATV indestructible but get a little too footloose and fancy free with it and you just might want to run your ride...

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How To Make Changes to the Power Delivery on Your Dirt Bike

Starts got you down? Maybe you have the throttle pinned but people still pass you with ease. You might need a faster bike. You also might need to up your game. Do both by changing the way your bike delivers power. The need for bottom end power...

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How To Be a Mechanic - Learning Maintenance on Your Dirt Bike or ATV

Some mechanics have such an innate ability to work their way around an engine the answer to complex problems simply seems to come to them but most learned their craft and at some point in life were novice wrenches who fumbled and tumbled their way...

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How To Check Valve Clearance on a Dirt Bike or ATV

Always check your valve for clearance. Always. Cheap insurance against a total and complete engine failure. Of course the process doesn't take a mere 10 minutes using eyeball sight which explains why sometimes this routine maintenance gets...

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How To Stay Cool This Summer Riding Your Motorcycle

Hot is hot and whether the mercury reads 90 or 100 little else invites a motorcycle ride than clear, sunny skies and an endless road. Until you look at all the gear you need to wear. A stuffy helmet, the thick leather jacket and long tight...

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How To Remove Fuel Tank on a Dirt Bike

It's a toxic job but sometimes you have to do it. Removing the fuel tank on a dirt bike gives you access to sections of the bike for repairs and other maintenance needs. But you need to drain it first. Preferably, somewhere outside and not in...

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How To Prevent Blisters When Riding Dirt Bikes or ATVs

Painful and tender, blisters pop up like arm pump and often end a riding day just as fast. Blisters result from excessive friction. The more your hand moves back and forth on something whether from swinging a bat or rolling the throttle the...

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How To Properly Install the Front Wheel on a Dirt Bike

Installing the front wheel on a dirt bike seems easy enough and it is but without employing a few steps you might find the handling a bit off. Similar to a pedal bike, the front wheel installs by squeezing past the brake pads, slipping onto the...

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How To Choose Dirt Bike Tires

They all look the same. Except those weird smooth ones with a paddle blade spaced out about five inches apart that look more like the drive train for an old sternwheeler. But mostly dirt bike tires resemble one another... until further...

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How To Set Up the Perfect Moto Garage

The Moto Garage. Not to be confused with a regular garage though many enjoy both concurrently. It's a tranquil but sometimes not so quiet sanctuary for anyone who rides dirt bikes and enjoys wrenching on simple maintenance tasks such as oil...

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