simple trick to lift the tires off the ground on air ride semi truck without a jack.
Installing a new 2 piece clutch brake in a 1987 International paystar dump truck with a fuller 8LL transmission.
0:00 explaining the problem
3:13 starting the repair
9:20 Demonstrating how it works with the engine running
10:37 demonstrating how it works inside the cab
11:35 driving it with it fixed
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Compilation of tire blowout accidents. Part #1.
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In this video series, I demonstrate how to repair the front brakes on a Chevrolet C10 squarebody pickup truck.
This brake job is going to include new brake calipers, new inner and outer wheel bearings and bearing races, new brake pads, new rubber brake lines, pack the new wheel bearings with grease and add one new section of hard brake line and a new dust cap. I keep the rotors that I have but I do take them to a shop to have the rotors turned on a brake lathe.