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IH 496 Disc doesn't level, the rear of the disc is putting too much dirt in the middle leaving a large bump, how do I adjust so front of disc goes in deeper than back?

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Mototech mini quad. Where do I charge it


Looks like you need a battery charger. It has two 12 volt batteries. Didn't it come with a charger? And your parental control is via a key.

The MotoTec 24v Mini Quad v2 is the ultimate kids atv! Great for driveway and backyard fun, cruise over bumps and speed through dirt trails with ease. Comes standard with front & rear suspension, front & rear brakes and large 13 inch knobby pneumatic tires. This mini quad provides longer ride times than the competition with TWO large 12v 12amp hour batteries. New features include: headlight, key start, battery meter, forward & reverse, 2 speeds selectable by key and twist throttle with safety foot switch. SAFETY FIRST - ALWAYS WEAR YOUR HELMET AND ALL SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND OBSERVE SAFE RIDING RULES!!! Motor: 24 Volt 350 Watt
Battery: TWO 12v 12ah (24v Total)
Top Speed: 5 & 10 MPH (parental speed control by key) Recommended Age: 6+ years old (A parent's decision to allow his or her child to ride this product should be based on the child's maturity, skill and ability to follow rules.)
Max Rider Weight: 150 lbs
Frame: Steel
Tires: 4.10-6 Knobby Pneumatic (13 inch)
Brakes: 2 disc front, 1 disc rear (with parking brake)
Suspension: 2 independent front shocks, 1 rear shock
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Snapper rear engine rider won't go into reverse


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My insignia hand brake has locked on how do i release rear offside only


you need to take off the rear wheel and there is a hand brake hole in the drum on the disc. you locate the hole with the adjuster.. make sure the hand brake is not on. the leaver for the hand brake take the cable off if the brake is locked the leave will let you take it off. then get a peace of wood and put it on the leaver and hit it back with hammer on the wood not the leaver. then take the screw out for the locator of the disc. and hit the disc with rubber or plastic hammer going round the disc. not to hard just to get it to move when of find out why the hand brake is locked in the first place. ( prob be the shoe's pins ) change the parts. while parts off give good clean and put some copper grease on the parts that move. huck back up the cable and check disc drum part for damage. screw the adjuster back down and refit. when disc back on adjust the brake with the hole lined up and move back and forth until the brake is locked then turn back one point on the adjuster check the disc turns and then use the hand brake. if still an bit hard to move after hand brake off nock the adjuster back down one more and test again. if all well put wheel back on.

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The cable attaches to the front top of the gearbox. You will see a large white or black plastic disc with ridges on the back. This is the adjuster. There is a locking nut above the adjusting disc that you have to unscrew a bit. Then turn the adjusting disc clockwise to get the cable tighter. Because of the large amount of non-original cables(and therefore sometimes incorrect length), if you get to the end of adjustment and still do not have sufficient clutch release, You can use disc washers inserted between the guide sleeve and adjusting disc. You should only do this with a new cable if you cannot find the correct length cable. If an old cable does not respond to adjustment it is stretched and needs replacing. You can however still get a few extra miles out of the cable by using the washers. It's your budget, so you have the final say.
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3-Washers(Definately not standard)
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Snapper riding lawn mower loosses the power to move up hill from a dead stop even though the motor has plenty of power, how can i fix this? is their a belt that is slipping?


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Brake rotors need to be resurfaced,explain best way to remove rotors from vehicle.


front ones remove wire clip remove bolts from caliper hang caliper out of way remove pads remove 2 bolts from pad carrier put to one side remove 2 disc retaining bolts remove disc may need hammer clean hub flange with wire brush fit new disc clean pad carrier and refit fit new pads put some copper grease on back of pads push in caliper piston slowly using large grips or g clamp fit and secure caliper pump up brake pedal check brake fluid level do other side for rear brakes see my solutions

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My car seems to warp front discs? Serviced the


Check your rear brakes. If the rears are not adjusted or functioning properly, they will put more strain on the front brakes, thus heating the rotors up too fast. Since the rotors in the front cannot dissipate the heat fast enough, they will most likely continue to warp until the problem with the rear brakes is fixed. Always remember: when installing brakes you need to lube all of the key points. On disc brakes, lube the area where the pads sit in the hangar, make sure the clips are free of dirt and rust. Lube the pad backing (not the part that contacts the rotor!) and be sure to remove and lube the sliding pins on the caliper well. I personally like using AGS's Sil Glyde or CeramLube. These withstand heat the best. On drums, lube the metal side of the shoe that contacts the backing plate, and be sure to lube your adjusters well. Also, very important: if you have rear drums, make sure they are adjusted the right way, you dont want them to drag, but you dont want to go thru another set of front rotors again! Good luck, 99% of the time, too much focus is put on the front brakes and not the rears. Focus on the rears!

Thanks for asking!

Nov 13, 2009 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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When i hit rear break i get a pulsating in the front break


How strange.Do you mean a pulsating in the front brake lever.If so you've got a warped front brake disc.As you apply pressure,the spinning disc is causing the pads>pistons>brake fluid to pulsate causing you to eventurly feel it through the brake lever.Put that beast on a centre stand with the front wheel off the ground ,HK.Look straight down the bike from head to tail,concerntating on the discs.Can ya see it now.????.Check your rear disc while your there and disc bolts for tightness. Best of luck HK.PS.Please leave feedback if i've helped. Tabby..OZ.

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How do you adjust the rear brakes on a 05 kia spectra5 ? It has disc brake front and rear.


Disc brakes are not adjustable. You may have a parking brake that is like a mini- brake shoe in the middle of the rear rotor. Those are adjustable, but tough to get at, and they rust badly. Look to see if your "cable" goes either to an arm that actuates the shoes, or if it goes to the caliper. If it goes to the caliper, you have no parking brake shoes.

Jul 28, 2009 | 2007 Kia Spectra5

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