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part 2 is here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stK6UaDSUL8
Mustie you ever use any navel jell. Or at walmart's called rust remover. Comes in a bottle I just put a coat on with a small paint brush wait about 15 minutes use steel wool work it off then do it again. Worked good for me.
We old timers dont need all the fancy tools..we can tear down anything with 2 screw drivers vise grips and a hammer lol
His videos actually help me with my anxiety, soo calm..I would have been beating the crap out of it with a hammer
I am sure I am not the first to ask but why don't you use ether?
Those old Sears mopeds in the late 50s and early 60s ran faster than that, between 40 and 45mph. 4 and a half hp, 2 speed. I had two in '62 and '63.. Yea, I'm an old codger ;)
Japan name Honda DAX70
I had a 1977 ct 70. On one of my trips, I rode it across the Golden gate bridge.
This thing was like one solid piece...
That danged 7/16 th nut lol awesome video..beautiful little engines ! Purred all day ! (=
Youll die if that thing kicks in
I commend your efforts, I was in tears laughing. But kids dont do this at home. Grab a small wire brush, get some Penitrol or WD-40 spray all nuts and then remove. as well remove motor guard. Dont guess on valve adjustments use feeler gauge, check points, condensor, clean or rebuild carb. Hondas are pretty bullet proof, but look into specs prior to just taking on this sort of project. I learn something everyday. But theres a proper way and a wrong way.
This is what is lost in todays generations. Old School Badass. I learned a lot. Thanks.
I’m addicted to watching your videos! Good stuff! Hoorah!
Mustie hey NASA called they need you to put a Briggs and Stratton motor in the space shuttle and get it to space. Only you could get it done!! Love watching you spin your web and bringing those classics back to life.
I've heard a couple trail 70s and a few other motors with that bubbly sound.. I think it's awesome
I hate those 2/3 jaw pullers so much lol.. easily my least favorite tool. Recently had to remove a flywheel/stator cover too. I went out and bought the threading tool, was totally worth it.. wasn't gonna happen otherwise. My grab options for the puller were much more limited than yours in this case too. Chinese scooter, Qmb139 engine. Had to do a full rebuild to remove all the piston schrapnal after an overheat.
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It needed the battery for spark