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Yoke Hi all.. i'm looking for a top yoke for an 82 V50 but cant seem to find one

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But wondered if there were any other models that owners knew of that shared the same yoke.? Should be the same on the V50 from '77-'84. Also the V35 II. Used parts suppliers are out there - or ebay.,

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Hello, the heated seats and aux sockets have stopped working on my 2009 v50? Any suggestion? I have checked the fuses and they are fine.

Hi , Look under the seat and see if any wires are frayed or broken.
replace and/or repair. Pull connections apart and reconnect them.
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Hi i have ust got into my Volvo v50 and my clutch pedle is on the floor it was fine on satuarday

Could be slave cylinder. Look under car where it was last parked for fresh fluid on ground. Also look under hood for resivor. Should be 2 looking a lot alike. One for brakes and other for clutch. Owners manual will show them.

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How to tighten steering head bearings on a 1999 yamaha r1

place the machine on a stand, suport the front of the machine so you can turn the steering freely from lock to lock and geting a feel for how tight the bearing is before adjusting or even undoing the top nut, grasp the forks at the bottom as you kneel in front of the machine pulling on the forks at the lowest point to feel for free play, normaly detect by a small amount of movment,or a clicking noise

tightening the steering head bearing on any bike is not difficult, but it does require some level of skill, undo the top nut on the centre of the yoke, below that you will see 2 castleated nuts some models have a locking tab between them so you cant turn 1 without first undoing the other, in this case it is best to remove the top yoke, once you can turn the nuts under the yoke you simply turn clockwise to tighten and anti to slacken,

there is a fine line between tight and slack, a bearing which has been left in a loose state for a prolonged period may require replacing, as so 1 that feels rough or notchy,

in some cases only a small amount of tightening is required, remeber when the top yoke is replaced and tightened this will put more tension on the bearing, so a bearing that feels tight without the top nut tightened will be overtight when yoke centre nut has been tightened, method of satifaction is when the top nut is tight with the steering clear of the ground in a straight ahead position the handlebars must fall from centre left, right with no friction detected, again checking the movment by pulling on the fork lowers.


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I have had RedHead 7x - 21x binoculars for about 4 years now and I have ran into a problem. When I look through them I am seeing double. I have adjusted the focus and changed the distance that I am holding...

You have the classic signs of the most common binocular fault: a bent or broken eyepiece carrier yoke.

The cause is usually due to the binos being dropped or stored standing on the eyepieces. The only cure is a replacement yoke, but the repair is rarely cost-effective unless the binos are really expensive and top-quality models. Although most RedHead models aren't cheap, they certainly don't fall into the realistically repairable bracket.

Broken/bent yokes cannot be repaired: If bent, then it's near-impossible to unbend them accurately enough and in any case the process will always either break the yoke or will severely weaken it. Broken yokes cannot be glued together as the contact point is just too tiny for the loads it carries, and as it usually bends before breaking you'd simply end up with a bent yoke afterwards even if you could glue them.

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The carat yoke have some spires on short you need to replace him

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How to volvo v50 particle trap oil top up at 36000 miles

Find one of the Volvo forums / Volvo clubs on the net (there are many) and search there fot the answer. I'm 100% it's already answered ;)

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I would like to know how to change the front forks on my burman

To remove the forks you need to untighten the screws holding the forks in the yoke, then hit the tops of the forks slightly with a wooden hammer to get them out of the yoke.

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Lost my book on the DIGIMAX V50 cant use it need a copy of another book

Hi - You can download the manual by clicking the link underlined in blue below:



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