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Need new power cord. Have taken the screws out of the side. Case still under torque collar. How do I get it out?

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Torque setting 1999 300 ktm head &side cover


Thank you for contacting FixYa with your inquiry. I have been going over some of the inquiries that have been archieved and trying to provide solutions for those that didn't get answered. Hope this information helps.


KTM Torque settings


  1. Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
  2. Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
  3. Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  4. Brake Disk, rear Brake disk rear Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  5. Clamping screws, upper fork bridge Top triple clamp 20Nm 15ft lbs
  6. Clamping screws, lower fork bridge Bottom triple clamp 15Nm 11ft lbs
  7. Clamping screws, fork stubs Front axle pinch bolts 10Nm 7ft lbs
  8. Collar nut, rear wheel spindle Rear axle nut 80Nm 59ft lbs
  9. Hex nut swingarm bolt Swingarm nut 100Nm 74ft lbs
  10. Hex collar screw handlebar clamp Upper handlebar clamps 20Nm 15ft lbs
  11. Allen head screw handlebar support Lower handlebar clamps Loctite 243 4 30ft lbs
  12. Shock absorber top Shock absorber top bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  13. Shock absorber bottom Shock absorber bottom bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  14. Sprocket screws Rear sprocket bolts Loctite 243 3 25ft lbs
  15. Ball joint for push rod Rear brake pedal pivot Loctite 243 1 7ft lbs
  16. Engine mounting bolts Engine mounting bolts 45Nm 33ft lbs
  17. Engine brace Engine brace 33Nm 24ft lbs
  18. Screw adjusting ring spring preload Shock preload collar bolt 8Nm 6ft lbs
  19. Spoke nipple Spokes 5Nm 4ft lbs
  20. Other Screws on chassis M6 10Nm 7ft lbs
  21. M8 25Nm 19ft lbs
  22. M10 45Nm 33ft lbs
  23. Other collar nuts on chassis M6 15Nm 11ft lbs
  24. M8 30Nm 22ft lbs
  25. M10 50Nm 37ft lbs
  26. Front Sprocket 44ft lbs

Oct 29, 2011 | Motorcycles

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What is the axle torque settings on the front an rear axle bolts on a 2007 ktm 250 xc?


Thank you for contacting FixYa with your inquiry.
I have compiled a list of all the useful KTM torque setting that apply to your bike.

KTM Torque settings


  1. Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
  2. Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
  3. Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  4. Brake Disk, rear Brake disk rear Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  5. Clamping screws, upper fork bridge Top triple clamp 20Nm 15ft lbs
  6. Clamping screws, lower fork bridge Bottom triple clamp 15Nm 11ft lbs
  7. Clamping screws, fork stubs Front axle pinch bolts 10Nm 7ft lbs
  8. Collar nut, rear wheel spindle Rear axle nut 80Nm 59ft lbs
  9. Hex nut swingarm bolt Swingarm nut 100Nm 74ft lbs
  10. Hex collar screw handlebar clamp Upper handlebar clamps 20Nm 15ft lbs
  11. Allen head screw handlebar support Lower handlebar clamps Loctite 243 4 30ft lbs
  12. Shock absorber top Shock absorber top bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  13. Shock absorber bottom Shock absorber botton bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  14. Sprocket screws Rear sprocket bolts Loctite 243 3 25ft lbs
  15. Ball joint for push rod Rear brake pedal pivot Loctite 243 1 7ft lbs
  16. Engine mounting bolts Engine mounting bolts 45Nm 33ft lbs
  17. Engine brace Engine brace 33Nm 24ft lbs
  18. Screw adjusting ring spring preload Shock preload collar bolt 8Nm 6ft lbs
  19. Spoke nipple Spokes 5Nm 4ft lbs
  20. Other Screws on chassis M6 10Nm 7ft lbs
  21. M8 25Nm 19ft lbs
  22. M10 45Nm 33ft lbs
  23. Other collar nutes on chassis M6 15Nm 11ft lbs
  24. M8 30Nm 22ft lbs
  25. M10 50Nm 37ft lbs
  26. Front Sprocket 44ft lbs
Let us know if we can provide further assistance.
Best regards,
TF

Jul 05, 2011 | KTM 250 XC Motorcycles

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My dremel works intermitently. As I move the switch from one speed to another it will momentarlly run. Whats the problem? THANKS


You described intermitten pwer supply, follow this procedure:

1. check your power cord for breaks or kinks, especially where it join the piece or plug
2. if cord is ok, check/replace brushes.

To check/replace brushes on dremel 395 follow this procedure:

1. switch off unit, remove power cord.
2. with flat screwdriver remove gently brush covers, WATCH FOR LITTLE SPRINGS!!!
3. check brushes for wear, springs if connect correctly, if brushes are thinner than 3.2mm (1/8") replace with new ones, this check should be carried regardless after about 50hrs of use, brushes last about 50 to 60hrs in normal use.

In unlikely case that it is switch, this is as well very easy replaceable.

1. switch off unit
2. remove cable from power source
3. remove brushes following previous procedure
4. remove collar from front of the piece
5. remove side screws and gently pry apart halves, label side up
6. replace switch
7. screw pieces back in reverse order
8. replace back brushes.

All parts are easy available, when purchase brushes or switch, be aware that they fit only particular model!

I would recommend clean table with butcher paper on top, torx/hex screwdriver, philips screwdriver, flat screwdriver - these vary from country to country, I cannot provide what exactly tools you will need, you need to check what screws are holding your piece together, little long nose pliers can be helpful as well.

As you pull handpiece apart put your parts in order in whihc you pulled them apart, when you put them back, it will be easy to put them back in reverse order in which them come apart. For changing brushes you need about 5min (assign 15min), for changing switch or faulty power cord you need about 1h (assign 3hrs), assigned time is theoretical, prctically multiply it by 3...

If you have anymore questions, or require more detailed instructions, do not hesitate to follow this thread and leave note.

Leave note how it go, thanx!

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I have an 11 year old, single handle shower control that when turned off has dripping. I have taken off the handle, etc and am at the wall. What is the next step or steps?


After you remove the chrome collar and plastic collar washer (behind the faucet handle), pry the beauty plate off the wall. Turn off the house main water supply. Remove the four screws and washer holding the cartridge and valve stem in place. Save the metal washer under the four screws for use with the new cartridge. Replace the stem/cartridge assembly and secure with the saved metal washer and four screws. Reinstall beauty plate, collar & collar washer, then handle.

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The car is leaking oil and the mechanic said it was because there is a whole in the oil pan and it will cost 1800 to fix. can i buy another oil pan and put it on myself?


OIL PAN
REMOVAL
Drain engine oil.
Remove front engine mount bracket.
Remove power-train bending strut.
Remove structural collar from oil pan to trans-axle Structural Collar - Removal and Installation
Remove trans-axle lower dust cover.
If equipped with air conditioning, remove oil filter and adapter.
Remove oil pan.
Clean oil pan and all gasket surfaces.
INSTALLATION
Apply Mopar® Silicone Rubber Adhesive Sealant or equivalent at the oil pump to engine block parting line Oil Pan Sealing
Install a new oil pan gasket to pan.
Install pan and tighten screws to 12 N·m (105 in. lbs.)
Install oil filter and adapter.
Install trans-axle lower dust cover.
Install power-train bending strut.
Install front engine mount and bracket
CAUTION: The torque procedure for the structural collar must be followed, as damage to oil pan or collar could occur.

Install the structural collar Structural Collar - Removal and Installation using the following 3 step torque sequence:
Step 1: Install the collar to oil pan bolts and tighten to 3 N·m (30 in. lbs.)
Step 2: Install collar to trans-axle bolts and tighten to 108 N·m (80 ft. lbs.)
Step 3: Final torque the collar to oil pan bolts to 54 N·m (40 ft. lbs.)
Fill engine crankcase with proper oil to correct level.

Auto Zone carries the Oil pan you need for around $75.00 and they will have the step by step instructions for you to replace the oil pan. will take just over 2 hours for the average person. Good luck and keep me posted.

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2009 kawasaki klx 250 - need correct procedure for front wheel removal


•Using the jack under the frame, and stabilize the motorcycle.
Special Tools - Jack: 57001–1238
•Loosen the left and right axle clamp bolts •Unscrew the axle nut . •Place a stand under the engine to raise the front wheel
off the ground. •Remove the axle, and pull out the wheel. Take off the
collars and caps from each side of the front hub.
CAUTION
Do not lay the wheel on the ground with the disc
facing down. This can damage or warp the disc.
Place blocks under the wheel so the disc does not
touch the ground.
•Insert a wood wedge between the disc brake pads this
prevents them from being moved out of their proper position,
should the brake lever be squeezed accidentally.
Front Wheel Installation •Apply grease to the seals. •Fit the projection on the cap to the groove on the collar. •Install the caps , collars on the left (longer collar)
and right (shorter collar ) side of the hub. •Insert the axle from right side. •Unbolt the right and left axle clamp bolts temporally. •Tighten the axle nuts •Tighten the left axle clamp bolts.
Torque - Front Axle: 78 N·m (8.0 kgf·m, 58 ft·lb)
Left Axle Clamp Bolts: 20 N·m (2.0 kgf·m, 14.5
ft·lb)
NOTE
○Tighten the two clamp bolts alternately two times to ensure
even tightening torque.

Oct 13, 2009 | 2006 kawasaki KLX 250

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Can't disassemble massager.


I don't have the Homedics programmable, but I have taken apart my Brookstone programmable (and lots of old Homedics massagers).

I'm going to guess the screws concealment method is similar. On the under side of the massager, look for small oval-shaped outlines that are the same color as the rest of the body. Mine had four. These are little plastic plugs that you can pry out with a tiny flat screwdriver or a razor blade. The screws are hidden under these plastic plugs.

I hope this helps


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Strimmer Case Removal


there are 2 small screw under the black plasic part. If you've taken all the "visable" screws out the molded plasic part snaps off. Also there is 1 screw under the label. Use your finger to locate the hole and just poke your screwdriver thru it label to remove it.

I hope that helps a little.........

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