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  • How To Fix a Creaky Pressfit Bottom Bracket | Mountain Bike Rider

    11:08

    Pressfit bottom bracket and its creaking might be a nightmare for some of you as well as a reason why not to purchase some bikes. Fixing it is not that much of an issue though...

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  • How To Stop Your Bottom Bracket From Creaking

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    The dreaded creak or click! Often riders will think their bottom bracket is at fault, but this isn't always the case. Jon shows you how to source the problem and then how to get rid of the noise.

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    Firstly, let's see where the sound is actually coming from. So you need to do a process of elimination. Starting, with the easiest things first. Make sure it is actually coming from the bottom bracket or drivetrain. So a few things to do is make sure that when you put lots of torque through the handlebars, it is not that which is causing the creaking. Stand over the bike and give the bars a good bit of torque, pretend you are sprinting like Andre Greipel. A creak there? Then fix that one first. Also, does that creak only happen when you are in the saddle? Remove and refit seatpost and saddle and use grease or carbon grip where necessary.

    Still creaking? Ok, we’re going to need to remove the chainset first to get to the BB. Clean out the surfaces of the bottom bracket bearings and the axle of your chainset, regrease it. Refit it, go for a ride. Still going? Ok, it’s time for the nitty-gritty. You are going to have to remove the BB cups from the bb shell. A bearing press to press the cups into the frame, and a cup remover, to remove them from the BB shell.

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  • Variator Bushing Replacement : Removal, Installation, & Fit Info

    19:20

    Information about replacing the center bushing in a variator as an upgrade or maintenance. Save an old variator that's in good condition otherwise, or improve a variator that uses a cheap bushing. The information contained about fit and processes may be useful for other custom work as well.

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  • 2006-2012 Ford Fusion 2WD Rear Wheel Bearing Replacement

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    In this video we show you how easy it is to replace the rear wheel bearing on the 2006-2012 Ford Fusion 2wd.

    These are the Tools and Parts I Recommend:
    Ford Wheel Bearing

    Timken Wheel Bearing

    Medium Strength Threadlocker


    Torque Specs
    Axle Nut- 189ft lbs
    Caliper Support Bracket Bolts- 55ft lbs
    Caliper Bolts- 23ft lbs
    Wheel Lug Nuts- 100ft lbs

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    The information, demonstration and any content contained in this video is for informational purposes only. The user and BSG Automotive (hereinafter “FordTechMakuloco”) makes no warranty, express or implied, regarding the effectiveness or safety of the contents of this video. In no way should the contents of the video, including the tools used, be repeated or tried by anyone. Viewers should only seek the help of a trained professional located at a licensed auto repair shop for any fix, modification, alteration, or any change to their vehicle. FordTechMakuloco shall not be liable for any injury, damage, or loss to any person or property that may result from use of the tools, equipment, or any content contained in this video. In addition, there is no way to guarantee that the video is not altered or modified or is not in the final form submitted by FordTechMakuloco and therefore, FordTechMakuloco does not warrant that the video is unaltered or not modified. The links on this video to products are for informational purposes only and in no way are an endorsement of the safety or effectiveness of the particular product. Viewers understand that anything contained in this video or linked to or from this video is the sole responsibility of the viewer and in no way provides an express or implied warranty as to the safety or effectiveness of any linked tool, product, or video. Therefore, viewer agrees to release, waive, and discharge FordTechMakuloco or anyone affiliated with FordTechMakuloco, from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by the viewer, or to any property belonging to viewer, regardless of whether the loss is linked to the use of the contents of this video, or otherwise and regardless of whether such liability arises in tort, contract, strict liability, or otherwise, to the fullest extent allowed by law.

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  • How to Disassemble GY6 CVT & Trans 157QMJ Part #2

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    Time Required: 60-120mins.
    Skill Level: Advance

    Chemical Used:
    • CRC Freeze-Off Super Penetrant
    • CRC Sta-Lube Anti-Seize Engine Assembly Lube
    • CRC Sta-Lube Moly-Graph Grease
    • CRC Throttle Body and Air-Intake Cleaner
    • Bel-Ray Oil Exl Mineral 4T 10W-40
    • Loctite Heavy Duty Threadlocker Blue 242
    • Mobil 1 Synthetic Gear Lube 75W-90
    • Mobil 1 Synthetic Grease
    • Permatex Copper Spray-A-Gasket Hi-Temp Sealant
    • Permatex Dielectric Tune-Up Grease
    • WD-40 Specialist Penetrant Spray (Blu Torch)
    • Scott Shop Towels (optional)

    Parts Used:
    • NCY Super Transmission Set
    • Bando 835-20-30 CVT Drive Belt
    • CVT Cover (longcase)
    • CVT Cover Gasket (longcase)
    • Dowel Pins 8x10mm Set
    • Dr. Pulley 18x14 Sliding Weight 12gm Set
    • MotoForce CVT Nut M12x1.25 Serrated
    • NCY Engine Gasket 61mm Set
    • NCY Clutch Nut 39mm
    • NCY Gear Set 15*37
    • Performance Oil Seal Set
    • Taida Rear Drive Bearing

    Add-on (optional):
    • CVT Cover Anklebiter Ultimate
    • NCY Clutch Bell PTFE Coated Racing Star
    • NCY Clutch Springs 1000 RPM Blue
    • NCY Compression Spring 1500 RPM
    • NCY Drive Face CNC-Machined Alumin
    • Prima Roller Weight Tuning Kit 18x14
    • SSP-G 180cc Big Bore Power Kit:
    • Ban Jing High Torque Starter Motor
    • Ban Jing Starter Clutch Heavy Duty
    • Chain Guide (standard)
    • Crankcase Bushing 3-Piece Set
    • Dowel Pins 8x10mm Set
    • Dowel Pins 10x14mm Set
    • Heavy Duty Cable Zip Ties 12 Inch (optional)
    • Hoca Crankshaft 2.5mm Stroker
    • Koso Super Flow Oil Pump
    • NGK Spark Plug Iridium (CR7HIX)
    • Oil Chain 22 Links
    • Starter Clutch Nut
    • Woodruff Keys

    Tools Used:
    • 8mm Hex Bit Socket
    • 8mm, 10mm, 12mm Sockets with 4 min-ext Wrench
    • 9mm Wrench and Adj. Wrench
    • Bearing Separator and Gear Puller Set
    • Big Head Phillip Screw Driver
    • Feeler Gauge .004, .005, .006
    • Flat-Head (narrow)
    • Flywheel Puller
    • Hydraulic Compression 12-Ton
    • Impact Drill
    • Impact Socket 17mm
    • Impact Socket 39mm
    • Mallet Hammer
    • Needle-nose Pliers
    • Oil Cannister Pump
    • Oil Drain Pan
    • Oil Funnel
    • Propane Torch
    • Seal Driver #4, #6, #7 Set Kit
    • Slide Hammer and Bearing Puller Set
    • Starter Clutch Nut Socket 3.25” min-ext
    • Torque Wrench 5-35’ Foot Pounds
    • Variator Tool

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  • How to fit and change Hotpoint Washine Machine Bearings

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    Hi welcome to how-to-repair.com video tutorials this video is 2 of 4 in a series of videos on how to change your bearings in a tub or drum of Hotpoint washing machine.

    It is filmed on a wf series the same as the wm series can be also used on other Hotpoint washing machines.



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  • How To Fix A Creaking Bottom Bracket Or Cranks

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    Making enemies with your creaking bike? Don’t fear, Simon Richardson is here to solve all your problems!
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    It’s incredible how many causes there can be of an annoying creak in your drivetrain. Chainrings, bottom brackets, pedals, cleats, and even your mech hanger can be the cause of your problem. Going through all of the points that Simon mentions in this video should solve the majority of problems.

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  • Cam Replacement on a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, including Pushrod Removal • J&P Cycles

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    Watch as Justin Bramstedt, Research Manager at S&S Cycle, walks you through the process of upgrading the stock cams on a Harley Davidson FLTRX. The S&S 510C camshaft set is designed to be used with the stock Twin Cam chain-drive system and is an economical way to improve the performance of stock twin cam engine. In this video we'll see the easiest way to remove your stock pushrods using a bolt cutter.

  • How to use bearing retaining compound

    7:48

    Loctite make all sorts of cool products. In this case, watch how I use a retaining compound to stop the neck stem bearing from rotating in the neck.

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  • Proper Use of LOCTITE® Retaining Compound

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  • How to fix bearing on shaft

    9:17

    How to fix bearing on shaft - with Loctite 638

  • How to use LOCTITE 660 - Retaining Compound

    1:42

    Learn more about LOCTITE 660 on

    LOCTITE 660 is designed for the bonding of cylindrical fitting parts, particularly where bond gaps occurs such with worn parts, without the need for remachining. The product cures when confined in the absence of air between close-fitting metal surfaces and prevents loosening and leakage due to shock and vibration. This product exhibits excellent gap cure characteristics and is also suitable for retaining shims.

  • Don’t let a little gap become a big problem.

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    LOCTITE wins over conventional methods in building more reliable assemblies.
    Press-fitted bearings fail. LOCTITE retains.
    Watch how LOCTITE reduces bearing-shaft failures to enhance the reliability of your motors.

  • Cat Tools and Supplies: Loctite 638 Retaining Compound

    2:57

    Brian talks about Loctite 638 Retaining Compound products. For more information visit or

  • Pressfit BB - Problems?

    13:08

    In this video we look at some of the problems with Pressfit bottom brackets.

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  • How to Apply Loctite Retaining Compound

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    Loctite® Adhesives Specialist demonstrating how to apply Loctite Retaining Compound to augment a shrink fit bearing onto a shaft.

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  • Cat Tools and Supplies: An Update on Loctite Retaining Compound

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    Brian talks about a couple of new retaining compound products. For more information visit or

  • How to Apply Loctite 660™ Quick Metal to a Wallowed Keyway

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    A Loctite® adhesives specialist demonstrating how to apply Loctite 660 to a wallowed keyway.

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  • How To Apply Loctite® Retaining Compound

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    Loctite® Adhesives Specialist demonstrating how to apply Loctite Retaining Compound to augment a shrink fit bearing onto a shaft.

  • Noisy ECM furnace draft inducer ball bearing - FIXED - how to replace the ball bearing

    17:19

    Rather than replace a noisy draft inducer with an expensive new inducer ($800-$1000 just for NEW parts), I decided to try to replace the 608 ball bearing. The bearing was less than $3 online. I replaced the original double shielded bearing with a double sealed bearing. Hopefully, this will do a better job of resisting water penetration. The inner race diameter of the new bearing seemed to be oversized but I failed to take an accurate measurement of the shaft and bearing. The bearing was a slip fit onto the motor shaft when it should have been a press fit. This is a popular skateboard bearing size but try to avoid skateboard bearings.

    Be sure to check out my original video showing how I simply put a few drops of oil into the failing bearing to get my furnace running temporarily for a week+ until I could receive the replacement bearing

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  • Fixmaster Metal Rebuilding - Shaft Repair

    1:43

    Shaft repair. The video introduces metal-filled machinable products and demonstrates proper surface preparation and application techniques.

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  • 2001-2012 Ford Escape Humming Roaring Noise: Front Wheel Bearing Replacement

    50:33

    Come along as we show you hot to replace your press fit wheel bearing on the Ford Escape.

    These are the Tools and Parts I recommend:
    Bearing-

    Retaining Ring-

    Medium Strength Loctite-

    Rust Penetrant-

    Bearing Splitter-

    Caliper Hooks-


    Torque Specs:
    Strut Bolts- 85ft lbs
    Caliper Bracket Bolts- 129ft lbs
    Tie Rod End Nut- 59ft lbs
    Pinch Bolt- 46ft lbs
    Axle Nut- 221ft lbs
    Wheel Lug Nut- 100ft lbs

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    The information, demonstration and any content contained in this video is for informational purposes only. The user and BSG Automotive (hereinafter “FordTechMakuloco”) makes no warranty, express or implied, regarding the effectiveness or safety of the contents of this video. In no way should the contents of the video, including the tools used, be repeated or tried by anyone. Viewers should only seek the help of a trained professional located at a licensed auto repair shop for any fix, modification, alteration, or any change to their vehicle. FordTechMakuloco shall not be liable for any injury, damage, or loss to any person or property that may result from use of the tools, equipment, or any content contained in this video. In addition, there is no way to guarantee that the video is not altered or modified or is not in the final form submitted by FordTechMakuloco and therefore, FordTechMakuloco does not warrant that the video is unaltered or not modified. The links on this video to products are for informational purposes only and in no way are an endorsement of the safety or effectiveness of the particular product. Viewers understand that anything contained in this video or linked to or from this video is the sole responsibility of the viewer and in no way provides an express or implied warranty as to the safety or effectiveness of any linked tool, product, or video. Therefore, viewer agrees to release, waive, and discharge FordTechMakuloco or anyone affiliated with FordTechMakuloco, from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by the viewer, or to any property belonging to viewer, regardless of whether the loss is linked to the use of the contents of this video, or otherwise and regardless of whether such liability arises in tort, contract, strict liability, or otherwise, to the fullest extent allowed by law.

  • How To Install a Front Axle on a 4WD Case IH

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    Part 4: Filthy Rich shows you how to reinstall a front axle and hub asssembly on a 7140 Case IH tractor! More Tractor Videos:

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    01:34 Axle Install
    02:00 Front Wheel Assembly

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  • Bobcat 763 wheel bearing repair.

    34:44

    Well, I finally got back to fixing the wheel bearing on the 763 bobcat this morning. Took 3 hours total, not bad.
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  • Spicer/Borg-Warner T90 Transmission: How To Rebuild

    39:18

    Have you ever contemplated rebuilding your transmission? did the thought of the unknown scare you away? if yes, I would like to invite you to watch my t90 transmission rebuild video, I am confident that you will see how easy it really is!

    now get your old tired transmission and follow along.

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    for the master rebuild used, and any other replacements from Novak


    and any of your other conversion or rebuild needs these guys have the knowledge to get your restoration or conversion's on the road.

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    Permatex Red gasket maker (oil slinger bolt heads)
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  • Indesit Washing Machine Bearings How to fit, change & replace.

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    Hi welcome to video tutorials.

    This video is 2 of 4 in a series of videos on how to change your bearings in a tub or drum of Indesit washing machine.
    It is filmed on a wf series the same as the wm series can be also used on other Indesit washing machines.


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  • How To LS Swap A Porsche 944 - Part 7

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    Unedited and uncut, start to finish video, on how to LS swap a Porsche 944.

    The Porsche 944 is a sports car manufactured by German automobile manufacturer Porsche from 1982 to 1991. A front-engine, rear-wheel drive mid-level model based on the 924 platform, the 944 was available in coupé or cabriolet body styles, with either naturally aspirated or turbocharged engines.
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    The LS based small-block engine is the primary V-8 used in General Motors' line of rear-wheel-drive cars and trucks. Introduced in January 1995, it is a clean sheet design with only rod bearings, lifters, and bore spacing in common with the longstanding Chevrolet small block V8 that preceded it as the basis for GM small-block V8s. The basic LS variations use cast iron blocks, while performance editions are all aluminium with cast iron cylinder liners. The LS small-block has been manufactured in three Generations – III, IV, and V – with preceding Generations I and II of modular GM small-block engines having been based on the Chevrolet small-block V8 originally designed in 1955. GM recycled the LT designation beginning with the LS Generation V LT1 in 2014.
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  • Ford Explorer 4X4 Front Hub & Bearing Repair

    23:11

    This is the only Hub and Bearing I Recommend- (check fitment guide for your vehicle)

    This is the Blue Loctite I use in the video-

    In this video I go over replacing the front hub and bearing on the Ford Explorer line of vehicles from start to finish. This bearing is common for abs codes but more common for a grinding and or humming noise.
    Torque Specs-
    Hub and bearing 15mm bolts- 90ft lbs
    Caliper bracket- 125ft lbs
    Axle Nut- 185ft lbs
    Lug Nuts- 100ft lbs

  • Tamiya CC-01 Land Rover Defender Rolling Chassis Build

    1:42:08

    See the unboxing of this kit here:

    This video covers the chassis build, start to finish. Next video will show body assembly, and the truck in action.

    Official Land Rover Defender 90 kit details at the new and improved Tamiya site:

    Other items in this video:

    CV front shafts:

    Aluminum motor mount:

    Aluminum wheel hubs:

    Spring set:

    Aluminum shocks:

    Plated A parts:

    Rock Block soft tires:

    Low-friction step screws:

    12x6 bearings:

    High-torqueservo saver:

    Tamiya #2 driver:

  • Vorshlag Tech Tip: How to Tighten Strut and Shock Top Nuts

    5:53

    This short 6 minute video shows some tips and tricks to properly tightening the top nut on a strut or shock shaft that has a spherical top mount. Vorshlag sells top mounts for dozens of cars and this is the number one mistake we see - inadequate torque on the top nut. Enjoy.

  • How to Fix Your Polaris Sportsman Ball Joint and Front End

    21:13

    How to Fix Your Polaris Sportsman Ball Joint and Front End

  • 6&7-Bolt 4g63 Front Case & Oil Pump Rebuild

    29:43

    Here we disassemble, clean, inspect and rebuild both popular 4g63 front cases. This is not difficult, you just need to know what to look for.

    Something else that happens in this video is the analysis of one of the factors that caused my 7-bolt engine to fail. It wasn't the only cause, and we'll talk about that later, but left to its own devices and without the other contributing factors, it would have been the only cause.

    Edit: Ryan Eaton suggested I put the proper lubricants to use in this description. Do not use multi-purpose grease here. Use Lubriplate or Vaseline. Using multi-purpose grease makes the valve train extremely noisy for the full first heat cycle. Lubriplate and vaseline have far lower melting points and won't cause the lifters to clog until the grease melts.

  • How to replace Outrage Fusion 50 main shaft bearings

    16:52

    Igor demonstrates how to replace Outrage Fusion 50 main shaft bearings. The following bearings were used in the installation: 3x SMR6800C-YZZ #5 NB2

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  • How To Fit A Press Fit Bottom Bracket

    10:29

    Some people are fans of press fit bottom brackets and others are really not! Jon has never had a problem with any of his and shows you what they are and how to fit one to your bike.

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    So, what is a press fit bottom bracket then? A press-fit bb is one that has bearings housed inside of plastic or aluminium cups that are then pressed into the bottom bracket shell of the bike. As opposed to a bearing that is housed and threaded into a frame by a spanner or tool using these notches, or cartridge bearings that are put into a frame, minus the housing cups. Have a look at your bike, as some press fit bb’s are unusual and have notches for a spanner as despite being push fit, the sides actually thread together inside of the BB shell to prevent creaking. These are 99% going to be an aftermarket product though and not come as standard on a bike. If in doubt check with your local shop.

    What tools will you need? To remove the bottom bracket you need an expander plug. Then to fit them, you will need a bearing press, maybe not every home mechanic has one and there are different versions of different budgets available.

    Do you have a press fit bottom bracket? Let us know in the comments. ????

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    Castle To Ruin (Instrumental Version) - Martin Hall
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  • Arctic Cat JACKSHAFT removal + upgrade

    21:52

    Arctic Cat JACKSHAFT removal + upgrade to 2015 standard equipment.


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  • CAAD 12 Creaking Issues Solved with BBInfinite

    2:05

    My bottom bracket is creaking and I've tried everything to fix it. How does a BBInfinite Bottom Bracket module fix a creaking problem?

    We fit creaking bottom brackets with proper engineering and precision machining. Watch this brief BBInfinite primer PressFit Perfection to get the lowdown on how we do it while all others fail.


    I heard that PressFit bikes just creak. Is that true?

    No, that is completely false information. PressFit bb's offer the potential for the highest level performance possible, thanks to BBInfinite. There is no reason for your PressFit bike to creak, crunch, crack, or make any noises at all. Unless the frame is cracked the bike will be quiet.


    Can a creaking and popping bottom bracket damage my frame?

    Yes, it can. A creaking bottom bracket means there's movement between the bb and the frame. The more a bottom bracket creaks the more it is moving. This movement over time can wallow out the frame bb shell openings, enlarging them and elongating them, making them more susceptible to creaking and making it impossible to fit new bb's. Don't freak out, it takes a long time. We've seen only a handful of bikes go in the junk heap due to bb shell ovalization. Install a BBInfinite module to save your frame, and your sanity.
    General Bottom Bracket Information Section
    How much do the modules weigh?
    Each module model has its weight published under the product description. Go to the BBInfinite bottom bracket page for the type of bottom bracket you desire and you'll find a series of tabs in the product description area. The info tab is open already. The last tab specifications is where you'll find the product weight along with it's external dimensions.

    Do all BBInfinite Modules have bushings in the middle?
    No. Only modules designed for a 30mm spindle require a bushing due to variances in 30mm crank set design and set up from one manufacturer to another. These inconsistencies are mostly in the area of preload adjustment methods that put too much side load on the bearings. These over-preloading situations require the use of a bushing between the inner races of each bearing to ensure proper performance. Shimano DirectFit and Campagnolo DirectFit models do not need a bushing. GXP modules have a short bushing that reduces the bearing diameter on one side, but it is not a full length version found on BBInfinite 30mm crank spindle models..


    Can I use adaptors with a BBInfinite Module?

    We'd rather you didn't. Technically, it is possible, but such action departs from the basic principles of BBInfinite engineering methodology. Adaptors cause creaks and bearing alignment problems, and are unnecessary when you can select the proper BBInfinite Module for your frame and crank set for a creak-free, high performance riding experience.
    How long do the bearings last?

    It varies. Road applications typically last 8,000-12,000 miles for steel bearings and 8,000-12,000 miles for Ceramitech bearings. MTB applications are entirely dependent upon conditions, especially water exposure. Example: A Category 1 MTB racer can usually go an entire season, racing a full schedule, on a single set of bearings of either type. Ceramitechs are better in wet conditions due to a high degree of corrosion resistance.


    Will a BBInfinite Module work with my power crank/power meter?

    Absolutely. We designed them specifically to be compatible with even the somewhat troublesome-to-fit older model SRM cranks. BBInfinite Modules are compatible with all power cranks/power meters.
    Are BBInfinite Modules compatible with my Rotor Qrings / Osymetric rings?
    Absolutely. BBInfinite Modules are compatible with all chain rings; be they round, not-so-round, or almost square.
    Installation Questions Section
    Do I need special tools to install a BBInfinite Module?
    We supply the special press interface tools (module driver and a standoff bushing) required with any BBInfinite Module purchase. We designed our press interface tools to work with Park Tools HHP-2 or HHP-1 headset presses and our own bike bottom bracket tools.
    Do I need to use Loctite/retaining compound? If so, which type do you recommend?
    Yes, we spec a retaining compound. We furnish the required retaining compounds specific to your installation. We send VibraTite 530 with every module, but Loctite 609 or 641 may be substituted.
    I’ve recently purchased a BB30A bottom bracket from you to fit a CAAD12. How does the unit interact with the internal cable routing for the front and rear derailleur?

    The module has the proper relief cutout in the product. Loosen the cable tension to get the snorkel to drop. To loosen to cable tension shift both derailleurs into the big chainrings, then without peddling shift down on the derailleurs. As long as you don’t pedal the Derailleurs will be held back by the chain and the cables will slack. Align the module cutout with the frame and install. The snorkel will have room to fit back in the frame and module. Done.

  • M32 Full Rebuild plus Quaife install

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    Are you wanting to fit a Quaife LSD (limited slip differential) to gain more traction? In this video I show you whats involved and go through the process of changing the standard differential out for the Quaife LSD unit. I also go through and disassemble clean then replace all the bearings in the m32 transmission. M32 is the model of gearbox and Quaife is a leading manufacturer of performance gearbox's/LSD's. They also have a lifetime warranty on the LSD! I try and keep it simple and straight forward to understand.

    Let me know what you guys think of the vid.....took ages to make and edit so all your feedback is much appreciated!
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  • Park Tool Assembly Compounds - TLR-1, TLR-2, RC-1, AP-1

    1:11

    More info:
    • TLR-1 Medium Strength Threadlocker -
    • TLR-2 High Strength Threadlocker -
    • RC-1 Press Fit Retaining Compound -
    • AP-1 Adhesive Primer -

    TLR-1 & TLR-2 Threadlockers:
    Lock threaded assemblies and keep them from loosening.
    • Compatible with steel, aluminum and carbon fiber
    • Oil tolerant
    • Not recommended for titanium fasteners
    • TLR-1 competes with Loctite® 242/243™
    • TLR-2 competes with Loctite® 262/263™

    RC-1 Press Fit Retaining Compound:
    Fills gaps and helps retain non-threaded parts like press-fit bottom bracket parts, sealed bearings etc.
    • Competes with Loctite® 680™

    AP-1 Adhesive Primer:
    Prepares surface, accelerates curing and promotes maximum performance of Park Tool TLR-1 and TLR-2 Threadlockers as well as RC-1 Retaining Compound.
    • Competes with Loctite® 7649™

    Notice: AP-1 must be used on all component, fastener and carbon fiber surfaces in conjunction with threadlockers and retaining compounds that contact carbon fiber such as PF30 bottom brackets or brackets or bearings pressed into carbon fiber frames. Failure to do so could result in permanently bonded parts.

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  • Conquest to Inner Space

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    This classic video demonstrates how Loctite® increases the reliability of cylindrical assemblies (ex: assembling a bearing onto a shaft).

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  • How To: LG/Kenmore Spider 4434ER0002D

    32:39

    How To Replace: LG/Kenmore Spider 4434ER0002D

    Symptoms: Arms are damaged and corroded, shaft is damaged from bearing wear, or the seat where the seal goes is damaged

    Tools: Phillips screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, 10mm socket, wire cutters, 17mm socket, pliers, 13mm socket, 12mm wrench, piece of wood, hammer, thread sealant, vice grip pliers.

    To help remove the inner tub from the outer tub, as well as the bolts that hold the spider to the inner tub, you can use Rust Buster ( or any type of penetrating oil.

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  • Fix Trek BB90 Creaks and Poor Performance with a BBInfinite Bottom Bracket System.

    3:38

    End the Trek BB90 bottom bracket creaking and boost your performance with BBInfinite Ceramitech bearings. BB90 can be amazing when you do things the BBInfinite way. Let us show you how quiet and fantastic BB90 bottom brackets can be in a few simple steps.
    If you've got a Shimano crank in your Trek, this is what you need:
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    Stop listening to the Trek BB90
    haters. BB90 can be creek free and spin
    like mad when you do it the BBInfinite way, and I'm about to show you how.
    The job starts by taking it apart
    and cleaning everything that's going
    back. It's critical that the bearing
    bores are absolutely grease free or
    else the Loctite product will not work. What you need for this is Clean Streak,
    perfectly clean rags, and clean hands, and
    do each side very thoroughly, until the
    rag comes back clean. And don't forget to
    de-grease the bearings as well. Now that I
    have clean bearings, I can apply the
    Loctite to the bearings. Now don't just go
    sticking it on here, because if it's
    dripping off there's too much. You want
    to put very little on here. All right, you
    just want enough to do the job, and by
    that I mean you're going to just put a
    very thin coat all the way around the
    bearing before you stick it in the frame
    and begin pressing. Now you can use a
    q-tip, and you can saturate it, and then
    just dab it on, but either way what you're
    looking for is you're looking for
    a nice even coat that's not dripping. Do
    not put any in the bearing bores. All
    it's going to do is kind of roll up
    behind the bearing as the bearing pushes
    in, and you're gonna have a large amount
    of Loctite just sitting behind the
    bearing. It could get inside the bearing
    seal and contaminate it, so like I said,
    just put a little in the outside of the
    bearing and you'll be fine. Now it's time
    to install the bearing. We're going to be
    using our BBInfinite Master Tool Press
    for this operation. BB90, whether it's
    Shimano or GXP, it's best to do one
    bearing at a time. Make sure everything
    is centered up...
    and the bearing is going in straight. If
    it starts to cock at any time during
    the operation, stop immediately, carefully
    remove the bearing, reset, and begin your
    pressing operation again. It's not just
    going to straighten out on its own. Now
    this is the part that a lot of people
    ask about--the creaking sound as you're
    pressing it in. You want to hear that! As
    a matter of fact, if you don't hear that,
    it's a very bad thing. That's because it
    means the tolerances are inadequate to
    light-off the Loctite that we've
    supplied, and that means the bearing is
    going to fit too loose and it's going to
    creak and it could possibly fall out. The
    remedy for this is our BBInfinite
    Repair Kit for BB90, and what it is
    upplied with is a superior Loctite
    that'll work for those loose bearings.
    This one sounded great, so we're gonna
    keep going. Now, if you've got a Shimano
    kit you need to go ahead and just put
    the other bearing in, but if you have a
    GXP kit now is the time to install the
    GXP bushing in the non-drive side. Nice
    creaking! And just snug it up very
    slightly. Now, if you're using one of the
    BBInfinite Repair Kits, you would
    leave it just like this because the
    bearings would essentially want to fall
    out because the fit is so loose, so leave
    this in for about 24 hours. If you've got
    the regular standard kit you can take it
    out right away
    We told you it would spin like mad, and
    your Trek BB90 he can do just the same
    with a BBInfinite kit. Head on over to
    bbinfinite.com and order one today.

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  • Next-Gen Wi-Fi Connected Assembly Tools in Heavy Equipment and Vehicle Production - Jan 20, 2021

    1:15:09

    The Vehicle Technology Centre hosted a webinar focusing on WI-FI connected assembly tools that electronically measure, collect, and store production data as assembly tasks are being performed. These tools eliminate the need to manually record data into assembly logs or books while ensuring that tasks are being done in the proper sequence by properly trained personnel.

    Applifast Winnipeg and New Flyer presented on the benefits and use of these tools including demonstration of the capabilities in actual production tasks. This webinar focused on advanced connected fastening systems available through Desoutter tools that can:

    • Achieve torque accuracy by measuring and recording actual torques applied (in comparison with current sign off sheets that confirm that a minimum torque was reached).
    • Can control who performs an assembly process and in what order steps are done to improve quality.
    • Electronically collects and stores all fastening data and can report on exceptions or prevent the next step if the prior step is not completed properly.
    • Enhance operator experience using quiet, ergonomic tools

    Applifast and New Flyer presented followed by Q&A from the attendees.

    Thanks to Brian MacKinnon of Applifast and Sheldon Schultz of New Flyer and Lance Moldzinski at MCI for preparing and presenting this webinar.

  • How To Install Cam Bearings #DarkMatterPikachu #FairmontProject

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    I've always wondered what process and what tool they used to do this with. Now I know.

    I looked up the tool for cam bearing installation and found they’re not as expensive as Justin said.

    Cam Bearing Tool:

    I also believe you can rent one of these tools instead of buying it outright.

    So if you’re considering installing cam bearings yourself, you can use the information in this video and a quality cam tool to get that job done. Me, I’m going to have Justin do it just because it’s easier.

    Special thanks to Justin Frische on this one for helping us with this video, and also doing such a great job on my engine.

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  • Craftsman oil-less air compressor rebuild

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    Craftsman air compressor model number 919.167240

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    The new bearing was pressed in at an auto shop nearby

  • ACME Threads & Lathe Steady Rests

    1:5:10

    How we machine replacement ACME leadscrew threaded nut inserts and install them, lathe steady rest talk, machine spindle rebuilding documents and forms NOW downloadable, shout-out to Russian friends, Active Atom on Vintage Machinery website and the Loctite learning guide.

    Precision Machining by Active Atom specialized in Micro-Machining.

    *** TOPICS COVERED ***

    - Welcome to our NEW Russian friends from SID at Special Instrument Designs.
    - Machining Acme threads.
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    - Audio Downloads Educational.
    - Precision Machine Spindle Rebuilding Documentation & Forms.
    - VintageMachinery.org inclusion.
    - Steady Rest Shout-Out.
    - Loctite Educational booklet link.

    RUSSIA & SID SHOUT-OUT

    Russian Viewers, welcome to Active Atom. And many thanks to our Russian friend SID at Special Instrument Designs.



    We compliment Sid’s ways to our own. We began a friendship with him about a year ago, he is a good guy, precision machinists and excellent fabricator. He and his team share with a sense of humor, a real joy to watch their workmanship. We like to say, machining is an international language all of its own.

    ACME THREAD CUTTING

    Acme Thread Leadscrew Inserts needed to be replaced in our Barker Milling Machine. Instead of buying replacement ones, we bore out the existing female ACME thread using ACME lathe inserts in 932 bronze on our lathe. Making two replacements for our vintage milling machine for the X and Y axis leadscrew.

    We install them into the existing bronze cast leadscrew nut brackets and sharing how to install them using a specific Loctite Adhesive Compound.

    The goal here is to tighten the original factory tolerances to help reduce machine table backlash while at the same time, machining them with enough relief and allowing them to retain tighter tolerances.

    We share the results at 00:50:10

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    We enjoy making YouTube shows & videos, Shop Adventures and the Educational series. We share more of our efforts on our website offering:

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    Active Atom thanks Vintage Machinery .org for including the Active Atom YouTube Playlist, Educational Series Precision Machine Spindle Rebuilding on their Levin & Son Inc. Levin lathe page.

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    THE LATHE STEADY REST

    We share some light Steady Rest talk and also share the story about our friend Emma of Emma’s Spareroom Machineshop where she cast and machined her own steady rest for her Lorch Lathe.



    LOCTITE ADHESIVES SHARED

    Loctite is an adhesive and using it on threads and gaskets is likely how most of us know this product. Invented and made in America since discovery in 1953 and in 1956, it became known as the product brand named Loctite. In 1963, American Sealants changed its company name to Loctite Corporation and is currently owned by the German Company, Henkel AG.

    Active Atom has used two popular models since the 1980’s, the red and the blue, simpler times, things have advanced, the technologies are mind blowing. Take a minute to read the official Loctite Retaining Compound Guide as it shares other product application specific formulas, many more then in those earlier days of the red or blue selections. The booklet also shares neat equipment the company makes which we were totally unaware they even existed.



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    This series follows the adventures of two childhood friends an alien and his companion as they rebuild vintage precision micro-machines and tools that will allow them the ability to make their own designed product into a reality but only after they stopped doing work for others on these same machines, with these same precision tools for the past several decades.

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  • How to Replace a Riveted Fishing Knob With a Power Knob | Avet Van Staal Shimano Daiwa Gomexus

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    Easy instructional for replacing your oem riveted fishing knob with ANY ball bearing-supported fishing knob. Great upgrade to any fishing reel, spinning or conventional. Applies to any new ball bearing-supported paddle knob or power knob that has a pass-through center pin and retention screw.

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  • Ford Shop Manual FO-45 Penton Media, Haynes and Clymer Manuals

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    Ford Shop Manual FO-45 by Penton Media (part of Informa) or Clymer Manuals and Haynes Manuals taken from EBSCO Small Engine Repair Reference Center, which is a type of repair and maintenance database available for free in public libraries. I am doing this to archive nonrenewable energy powered independence enabling products and their designs as the future focuses on renewable energy powered independence enabling products. Maintenance and repair service manuals and databases, engineering designs and exploded view drawing techniques of showing internal and external parts within a constructed and combined object, and nonrenewable powered independence enabling products and their models are some of the most significant discoveries and solutions in human history and should be studied and preserved throughout human history as the beginning of consumer independence enabling products and actions movement in human history. For my latest projects see my account on Internet Archive: . I made a new economic system called causeffectism. Causeffectism is the only way people will be able to provide free and openly accessible accurate virtual information and be financially rewarded and the only way for those who provide inaccurate virtual information to be punished by being in financial debt. The way a causeffectism economy works: first, people must make a price based on the total combined accurate or scientifically proven negatively impactful or harmful and positively impactful or beneficial causes and effects of the product and action, and these causes and effects must be freely and openly or publicly communicated virtually for consumers to examine the accuracy of the price and wage or effect price and effect wage (in causeffectism); second, people enabling the free and openly accessible accurate information communication and people communicating free and openly accessible accurate information will be increasing the economic value (like how gold and silver increases economic value in a capitalist economy) and be rewarded with money or virtual-effect-points (in causeffectism) based on the causes and effects of free and openly accessible accurate virtual information using the international system of units or SI Units for measuring the causes and effects physically for measuring the amount of physical causes and effects to distribute the money or virtual-effect-points and using bytes and bits and pixels and accuracy of the free and openly accessible virtual information and time it took to process and record and store and communicate such virtual information and the amount of viewers and users of such virtual information measuring the amount of virtual causes and effects to distribute the money or virtual-effect-points; third, people who provide inaccurate virtual information and cause mostly negatively impactful products and actions will have a negative price, and all negative prices mean the person causing such a thing owes the consumers of the negatively priced product and action causing the person who sells negatively priced products and services will be in debt to the consumer and must pay the consumer, while mostly positively impactful products and actions will have positive prices and the consumers of such products and services owes the seller of such products and services; an example of how this economy can work is through my screenrecordings of ebsco small engine repair reference center uploaded on youtube, so informa, former penton media employees providing the documents in screen recording, haynes manuals, clymer manuals, the communicator (myself), EBSCO Small Engine Repair Reference Center, Youtube, the manufacturers and miners and internet and electrical grid and infrastructure wiring construction workers and handymans and electrical energy utility providers and software developers who made the servers and electrical grid and internet technologies I am using and my computer and YouTube servers and office computers used to freely host and freely store my uploaded screen recordings of the EBSCO Small Engine Repair Reference Center will make money due to increasing the economic value and enabling the business in the documents (like John Deere, etc) make the accurate effect price and effect wage for their products in the screenrecordings. Conclusion, capitalism has failed in enabling free and accurate virtual information for the public due to requiring a system of pay to learn in the education and research and transparency and certification and standardization and safety and licensing industries, and capitalism has failed due to using gold and silver as the value of the economy (which is a waste of gold and silver and caused fiat currency making the financial industry have at least trillions of debt to pay due to not having enough gold and silver to distribute for every financial transaction).

  • Vintage Collection 4 Stroke Motorcycles Penton Media, Haynes and Clymer Manuals

    1:02

    Vintage Collection 4 Stroke Motorcycles by Penton Media (part of Informa) or Clymer Manuals and Haynes Manuals taken from EBSCO Small Engine Repair Reference Center, which is a type of repair and maintenance database available for free in public libraries. I am doing this to archive nonrenewable energy powered independence enabling products and their designs as the future focuses on renewable energy powered independence enabling products for consumer energy independence. Maintenance and repair service manuals and databases, engineering designs and exploded view drawing techniques of showing internal and external parts within a constructed and combined object, and nonrenewable powered independence enabling products and their models are some of the most significant discoveries and solutions in human history and should be studied and preserved throughout human history as the beginning of consumer independence enabling products and actions movement. For my latest projects see my account on Internet Archive: . I made a new economic system called causeffectism. Causeffectism is the only way people will be able to provide free and openly accessible accurate virtual information and be financially rewarded and the only way for those who provide inaccurate virtual information to be punished by being in financial debt. The way a causeffectism economy works: first, people must make a price based on the total combined accurate or scientifically proven negatively impactful or harmful and positively impactful or beneficial causes and effects of the product and action, and these causes and effects must be freely and openly or publicly communicated virtually for consumers to examine the accuracy of the price and wage or effect price and effect wage (in causeffectism); second, people enabling the free and openly accessible accurate information communication and people communicating free and openly accessible accurate information will be increasing the economic value (like how gold and silver increases economic value in a capitalist economy) and be rewarded with money or cause-effect-points (in causeffectism) based on the causes and effects of free and openly accessible accurate virtual information using the international system of units or SI Units and nutrition facts for measuring the causes and effects physically for measuring the amount of physical causes and effects to distribute the money or cause-effect-points and using bytes and bits and pixels and accuracy of the free and openly accessible virtual information and time it took to process and record and store and communicate such virtual information and the amount of viewers and users of such virtual information measuring the amount of virtual causes and effects to distribute the money or cause-effect-points; third, people who provide inaccurate virtual information and cause mostly negatively impactful products and actions will have a negative price, and all negative prices mean the person causing such a thing owes the consumers of the negatively priced product and action causing the person who sells negatively priced products and services to be in debt to the consumer and must pay the consumer, while mostly positively impactful products and actions will have positive prices and the consumers of such products and services owes the seller of such products and services; an example of how this economy can work is through my screenrecordings of ebsco small engine repair reference center uploaded on youtube, so informa, former penton media employees providing the documents in screen recording, haynes manuals, clymer manuals, the communicator (myself), EBSCO Small Engine Repair Reference Center, Youtube, the manufacturers and miners and internet and electrical grid and infrastructure wiring construction workers and handymans and electrical energy utility providers and software developers who made the servers and electrical grid and internet technologies I am using and my computer and YouTube servers and office computers used to freely host and freely store my uploaded screen recordings of the EBSCO Small Engine Repair Reference Center will make money due to increasing the economic value and enabling the business in the documents (like John Deere) make the accurate effect price and effect wage for their products in the screenrecordings. Conclusion, capitalism has failed in enabling free and accurate virtual information for the public due to requiring a system of pay to learn in the education and research and transparency and certification and standardization and safety and licensing industries, and capitalism has failed due to using gold and silver as the value of the economy (which is a waste of gold and silver and caused fiat currency making the financial industry have at least trillions of debt to pay due to not having enough gold and silver to distribute for every financial transaction).

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