What is happening SNH’ERS? Man it is cold up here! So here I am touching base with you. Giving you the SNH way to the cure for all for diesel gelling. The step by step no bs diy way to get you back on the road! Hope you enjoy and it helps multiple videos on there way of multiple subjects! Like and subscribe. Thank you for watching.
Kevin Wood owner of Darra Tyres inspects truck tyres for uneven wear.
Kevin inspects truck tyres for abnormal wear. The truck in the video is actually a new truck that has come in after 500kms for its first settling in check up. These tyres are straight from the manufacturer and already are showing signs of abnormal wear. Luckily its been caught soon enough that not much damage is done.
Darra Tyres recommends that you check your tyre pressure weekly, especially if your using the vehicle for commercial purposes. Passenger should be weekly but realistically monthly is acceptable, however the concern is that most people never check until its too late.
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Darra Tyres is an independent tyre store that specialises in Industrial tyres, commercial tyres, passenger tyres, forklift tyres, earthmoving tyres, performance tyres.
1995 L8000 Truck was discovered to be missing the nuts that should have bolted the radiator to its supporting frame. This video shows the repair being done with some trouble shooting of one of the bolts that was damaged and needed special attention.
I was also having an issue where a piece of ice would keep my primary air tank from airing up. I would be driving down the road and I would slow down for an off ramp or school bus and the primary air tank would not air up. I put my old thinkin’ cap on and determined that I needed to do the same thing between the compressor and the air tanks. This worked too.
The best thing to do is drain the water out daily during the summer and change your air dryer filter on a regular basis.
Well I can definitely say this is a first! Not just to get bee out, but to cut a tire at all. Everything I read said to just cut the sidewall with a knife, but this one had steel belts in the sidewall as well, so I had to use my sawzall. That worked pretty well, but I ran out of battery. I was able to get a decent window opened up to work in though.
These bees were also very docile. I didn’t take my veil off, but that’s because they were flying in around my head the entire time. This is a BIG colony and they did not slow down foraging on my behalf, so the nectar and pollen was still coming in the whole time I was working. I did take off my gloves, as I had to to move bees by hand. wearing gloves you can’t feel the bees to know if you’re crushing them or not. I got a couple stings on the fingers, but what else would you expect!?
I ended up using beequick to drive them out of the tire. Eventually I saw the queen walk out along the sidewall on her way to the box and I nabbed her!
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BoatUS Trailering guy Ted Sensenbrenner reviews boat trailer tires in order to keep your trailering problem-free.
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