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Whether it’s caused by a nail, screw, renegade branch or other sharp and pointy object, a flat tire caused by a puncture is something that most of us have to deal with at some point and time especially if you take your Jeep off road. And, while it can be a bummer, it is at least something that can be fixed quickly and with relative ease. The best part is, so long as the hole is located on the tread, the repair will be good enough that you won’t have to think about again. In this short video, you’ll get to see just how easy it is to locate a leak and how to fix it yourself using a tire plug.
Tire shops may fix your tire the “right” way, only to have the repair fail miles later. Check out the old school tried and true way to fix your own flat at home, on the side of the road, at your favorite sporting event, anniversary, or wherever you want!
How to Plug a Car Tire Puncture. A demonstration of how to use an automotive tire repair kit to make a repair to a hole in a tire caused by a nail or screw. A screw is removed and the tire is plugged. Leak testing & follow-up air pressure checks are discussed.
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Polishing Custom Big Rig wheels! (McDonald Chrome Shop)
In this video we show the 56 minute process of polishing these custom semi truck wheels in 3 minutes! Checkout out other videos and if you need any work done feel free to contact us. We also sell semi trucks, chrome shop, livestock washout, we try to give our customers a great experience so they keep coming back time and time again!
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This was a fun test to make, not knowing what will happen is the biggest fun of it all, Since the 7.3 is such a big old school diesel engine i knew it was to put up a fight for sure an she did!!! Next video i want to see how many starts i can get per each jumper box on one full charge with the Silverado 5.3 engine.
Also i want to find a 6.7 started from a 2011-2017 F250 and see if that can fit and if that would improve the starting process perhaps????
If you were thinking about getting one of these chargers here are the links bellow, I would suggest the Audew because its the cheapest and seems to be the most capable, Noco would be my second choice because its bigger so im guessing it can jump start more times than Audew and the JNC Air is also great because its a compressor all in one and its capable of starting all sort of engines as well and pump some tires.
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In depth look at what it takes to mount bigger tires and wheels on your Japanese Mini Truck. For this video we use a 2002 Suzuki Carry DA63T Kei Truck but these measurements will work on most other trucks including Daihatsu Hijet, Mitsubishi Minicab, Subaru Sambar and the Honda Acty.
We have dozens of other videos on our channel covering various topics of Japanese Mini Trucks or “Kei” Trucks. Whether you are looking to import or purchase a Suzuki Carry or you already own a Daihatsu Hijet, There is sure to be a video to interest you!
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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken radiator fan. If your car overheats or runs hot and the radiator cooling fan will not turn on then this may be your solution. This video shows the process for the 96, 97,98, 99 Chevy or GMC C1500 or K1500 pickup truck.
1. Removing the Fan Shroud 0:56
2. Removing the Fan Clutch 1:45
3. Separating the Fan from the Clutch 2:50
4. Attaching the Fan to the Clutch 3:24
5. Installing the Fan Clutch 4:02
6. Installing the Fan Shroud 4:17
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