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Blog 08: by Shane Conley Video Lesson: Torque Wrenches- Extensions and Crowfeet Adaptors Video Series: How to use “Torque Wrenches” Every fall I start the technician training program with...
Blog: by Shane Conley Video Lesson: How to install and set adjustable pushrods! Some manufacturers instruct to set the install pushrod length by “flats” and others “turns”. In this...
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Blog 09 Servicing Motorcycle Triple Trees
Servicing Motorcycle Triple Trees the PROFESSIONAL way! Suspension-Front Playlist H2W Newsletter Issue 08 April 15th, 2017 Blog: by Shane Conley Video Lesson: Servicing Motorcycle Triple Trees Video Series: “How To”...
Tool Review: Feuling Crankshaft Runout tool pn 9015
Product Review: by Shane Conley Video Series: Product and Tool Reviews Today we are using and reviewing a runout tool for Harley Davidson crankshafts. Our tool FEULING® PART # 9015 FITS:...
How my mom was my first coach on “how to wrench”.
My first blog: by Shane Conley It can be frustrating when working on a vehicle and find what you know to be are missing parts. A craftsman just can’t wrap...