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Upper leg is dented which prevents lower leg from sliding out. Can upper leg be replaced. how do you remove it?

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How do i remove the forks i have to replace the fork boots 1990 kx 60

Remove front wheel, undo the upper & lower triple clamp bolts that hold the fork legs & slide out, fit boots & refit

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Feb 01, 2012 | kawasaki Motorcycles

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I have a 1974 Yamaha 650 XS that has been sitting for about 20 yrs. I am trying to separate the front fork tubes without damaging them so I can have them restored but I am having an issue getting them...

Assuming you have slackened off the fork top nut before removing the fork from the bike,and you have removed the screw in the fork lower, this secures the damper into the fork, next you will have removed the dust cover and seal retaining clip from the top of the leg, undo the fork top nut completly and remove the spring noteing which end of the spring is at the top, for replacment purposes.
Next fasten the lower of the fork into a vice on the flat ( not tubular surface of the fork leg) push the stancion all the way down to the bottom of the leg, then pull up sharply, repeating this in/out action to hammer out the seal from the leg until the seal/ bushes/ and washer have come out, this mat take some quick action movments to remove or separate the leg, forks which have not been appart in some time may need some heat on the fork seal. ARea of the lower leg

Sep 06, 2011 | 1974 Yamaha XS 650 A

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Don't have the directions to put evenflo exersaucer together, need help. Is there somewhere I can get the directions? reg. number 07T-0538604

    • 1 Place the large, round base on the floor. The outwardly curving edge should be facing downward.
    • 2 Attach the three pedestals to the base. To do so, insert your finger into each pedestal and loop the spring within around the hook found on the base in the appropriate holes. Insert the three plastic tabs on each pedestal into the base, locking them into place.
    • 3 Press the wider end of a lower leg assembly onto each pedestal piece. By wiggling the lower leg assembly side to side, you will eventually snap the pieces into place.
    • 4 Hold the seat ring in your lap with the open edge facing upward. Press each of the six wheels into the wheel holders around the edge of the seat ring. Each wheel will snap into place when positioned correctly.
    • 5 Insert the cloth seat into the seat ring, aligning the diamond on the cloth seat with the triangle on the seat ring. Each plastic tab lining the edge of the cloth seat attaches to a peg on the seat ring. Snap these connections into place.
    • 6 Hold the Exersaucer tray on its side and press the seat ring into the center. Once the seat ring snaps into place, it should be able to spin in place.
    • 7 Attach the three spring caps to the Exersaucer tray. These spring caps cover the three large holes in your tray, and are attached by a firm clockwise twist.
    • 8 Attach the upper leg assemblies to the upper leg crowns. These crowns act as the "socket" and the upper leg assemblies act as the "ball." By pressing them together with a click, the upper leg assemblies can twist and rotate in place.
    • 9 Turn the tray upside down and press each upper leg crown base into the round holes in the tray with a firm twist. Each upper leg crown features a height adjustment hole, which will face outward when properly attached.
    • 10 Turn over the tray so that the upper leg assemblies are facing downward. Insert each upper leg assembly into a lower leg assembly, being sure to pull away the height adjustment tab to allow the assemblies to slide together.
    • 11 Press each toy into its respective port on the surface of the tray. The toys each have a distinct base, which clicks into the correspondingly shaped tray port

May 10, 2011 | Toys

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Upper basket keeps sliding forward as I load lower rack. Can you help me make an adjustment to prevent this annoyance. Thanks

Hello, Welcome to fixya. Based on the info you provided it's likely a pretty easy fix. The machine is leaning forward slightly and it shouldn't be. Remove the top screws fastening the machine to the counter...if applicable, some are on the side if granite counters or similar exist etc. Then take off the lower kickplate/access panel and screw the front leveling legs down ( which will cause the tilting of the machine back slightly ) and screw the back legs up, hence the rack should no longer slide out on it's own. macmarkus_77.jpg As shown above, these are locking nuts for the legs so make sure you loosen and re-tighten them in the process. Let me know how you make out. The most difficult part will likely be the removal and replacement of the toe panel/kickplate. It is possible the upper rack glides/ball holders have worn, this is usually identified by the customer finding gray pieces of plastic on the bottom of the tub, like this image shows below. i.e. macmarkus_78.jpg If this is indeed something you've noticed, follow this link to replace them. Thanks for choosing fixya and Good luck, Regards, Macmarkus :)

Nov 24, 2010 | Asko 1375 Dishwasher

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How do i replace a force 120 impellar pump?

Most impellers are in the leg and require the lower oart of the leg to be removed by disconnecting the gear linkage and undoing the bolts that hold the lower half of the leg on, they are just above the water intake.Don't forget the bolt near the prop. Wiggle the leg and slide it down to remove, then place the leg on the bench. The drive shaft protrudes through the impeller housing, remove the bolts that hold the housing on and slide it off. When fitting the new impeller be sure to fold the fins in the correct direction. When re installing the leg be careful to align the cooling pipes correctly.

Cheers, Timo.

Apr 16, 2010 | RTO Outboard Motor Bass Fishing Boat Rod...

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Open door and whole unit moves, it dosen't come with back legs, or does it??


No most don't have rear legs. However, they usually will have front legs that screw down past the wheels/rollers to prevent it from sliding around under normal conditions.

You may have to remove the grill in the front (if present on your model) to adjust the wheels/rollers "up" out of the way while lowering the legs to level it, and they should also act as "brakes" to a degree if the floor/surface is relatively level.

Hope that helps,

Good Luck

Oct 31, 2009 | Kenmore 60721 Refrigerator

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How to seperate upper and lower fork legs - like 4357's ?

Remove upper caps, oil and springs. Slide the upper tubes down to the fork foot, remove a red plastic ring with 3 slits clamped around the chrome tube. Now u can slide the tubes apart.

May 30, 2009 | 2001 KTM EXC 125

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I have a bogen 3011 which uses the old screw leg clamps, but I purchased the newer quick release clamps for the legs. I'm at a loss on how to install them - any help out there>

Go to:
and watch the videos. Ther is a video, not for your particular model, but should work. Essentially you remove the legs, use top half of lock for upper part then lower part for slide out smaller diameter part of leg.

Mar 24, 2009 | Photography

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