Special Tools Every Motorcyclist Should Own

30 Rgp 2019
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You don’t want to be stuck in the middle of a project at a critical point, nor do you want to be the neighbourhood tool museum. The sweet spot is somewhere in the middle. So, we’ve put together a list of specialized tools that are surprisingly multi-talented. [Details below]
Gear breakdown:
Gasket Sheets : frt9.co/utcpfc
Gasket Sealant : frt9.co/copv01
Torque Wrench Adapter : frt9.co/3da1bv
Motion Pro T-Wrench : frt9.co/uy6brk
Pin Wrench/Rotor Holder : frt9.co/ogt4ah
Magnetic Pickup Tool : frt9.co/buened
Motion Pro MagPro Pickup Tool : frt9.co/4zrid1
JIS Screwdriver : frt9.co/md4g4n
Helicoil Thread Repair Kit : frt9.co/gjlvs1
Luggage Scale : frt9.co/jf1yf7

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Komentarai
  • You made a mistake installing the helicoil. Always leave it at least 1/2 a turn below the surface. It is stronger and will not interfere with gasket sealing .

    Thomas LeMayThomas LeMayPrieš dieną
  • Please LTworlds, no more Ashton Kutcher commercials talking about his accords.

    Jeff XJeff XPrieš 3 dienas
  • Time sert > heli coil

    miniairminiairPrieš 10 dienų
  • Your test is flawed bro. As a mechanical engineer, I don't think you should be allowed to exist.

    Matthias RocaMatthias RocaPrieš 10 dienų
    • Well played. ~RF9

      FortNineFortNinePrieš 10 dienų
  • ALWAYS use loctite when putting in Helicoil's. That way, they don't move about or go in any further when you take the screw/bolt in and out. And always use stainless ones so they don't rust or corrode.

    TheManLab7TheManLab7Prieš 12 dienų
  • When Viagra makes screwdrivers... 🤣🤣🤣

    bernardo abadbernardo abadPrieš 12 dienų
  • watched a lot of motorcycle vids before i got my first. it all felt info driven and like it was off wikipedia. feels like I'm talking to a bike bro watching your vids. informative and approachable for beginners and experienced bikers. i salute your knowledge and mentor. god bless

    Hunter WilderHunter WilderPrieš 12 dienų
    • FortNine you act like you're a spin off but you're one of a kind my friend. definitely impacted my perspective on motorcycles and I don't even comment on yt vids

      Hunter WilderHunter WilderPrieš 12 dienų
  • We love you Ryan

    Noah RoachNoah RoachPrieš 13 dienų
  • T-bar? Seriously? I have the three adapters for my rattle screwdriver to undo many bike bolts

    Chris BraidChris BraidPrieš 13 dienų
  • Why did I just find this Channel

    Jacob PlambeckJacob PlambeckPrieš 14 dienų
  • Fish Scale? Who would've thought?

    Dee SupyoDee SupyoPrieš 18 dienų
  • Canada = 🤗

    Dee SupyoDee SupyoPrieš 18 dienų
  • Revisiting this for the gasket sheets thing. What material is best for hot coolant?

    Nicholas SpinicelliNicholas SpinicelliPrieš 19 dienų
  • Greta stuff. Been wrenching on bikes for years and just picked up a few of these things after watching

    RyanKRyanKPrieš 20 dienų
  • BUT why dont you use a ratchet the pro way?

    Paul SprengerPaul SprengerPrieš 20 dienų
  • I have that same "pin wrench" or spanner. I felt like the $40 I paid locally was pretty ridiculous but I needed it.. I also once used the adjustment screw from it to temporarily replace my shifter pivot bolt.

    James EdenJames EdenPrieš 22 dienas
  • I would like to formally request the episode about picking up hot girls on my R6.. inquiring minds want to know :)

    Greg MGreg MPrieš 23 dienas
  • You can get torque wrenches for like $30

    Halo MemesHalo MemesPrieš 23 dienas
  • Aloominum 😂

    ChainsawversustreeChainsawversustreePrieš 26 dienų
  • Heli-coil just saved me, cheers!

    Harry Baker In VietnamHarry Baker In VietnamPrieš 27 dienų
  • The cool noise consistently found because iran unexpectedly smile below a obedient mirror. ritzy, beautiful restaurant

    Jon JoeJon JoePrieš mėn
  • Love the ending music!

    Timothy CoyneTimothy CoynePrieš mėn
  • JIS screwdrivers work amazingly well on old Japanese bikes. No more torque out and stripped heads.

    robert pocherobert pochePrieš mėn
  • Old school method of getting off an oil filter. Take a large screwdriver and drive it through the filter an inch or two from the end (missing the center of course) - gives lots of leverage. Downside is that it is a bit messy. Upside is a nice bit of destruction on the stubborn filter makes you feel better.

    Don MartinDon MartinPrieš mėn
  • The John Oliver was spot on ! He uses that " you didn't notice" joke all the time !

    Arka BiswasArka BiswasPrieš mėn
  • Socket Set of 38 Metric 1/4in Drive from facom Easy to carry with you, mine is kept on the front fender. It does 95% of what I need. Take a 10,12, 21 and 27 with me and I can strip down the bike where ever I go.

    rabbi1991rabbi1991Prieš 2 mėnesius
  • I'd love to see a video aimed at roadside repairs. You mentioned a chain breaker in the intro: would you actually be able to repair a modern beefy chain (no quick link) in the wild?

    An idiot on two wheelsAn idiot on two wheelsPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Long live the TC90 !! Keep wrenching.

    Bud MattoBud MattoPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • "This is the *efficient* tool for bikes." Me, a German: I felt that!

    cy-onecy-onePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Huh. Wonder if you can use a cricut and cut out your gaskets?

    Adam BeattieAdam BeattiePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • please do more EDC reviews! Thanks. Amazing channel dude!

    ashraf pashaashraf pashaPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • That last week tonight but was spot on

    Jacob BarnettJacob BarnettPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • thats chamfered not campfered

    Geoff LangleyGeoff LangleyPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I teach my apprenticeship students. If you can't get a torque wrench into position directly or with a crowfoot adapter. Place torque wrench drive in vice practise a few times how much your preload should feel. Hold wrench at same length as torque wrench handle and recreate the feel of 20 foot pounds or 31 nM. Whatever you are gunning for.

    Terrence RuegerTerrence RuegerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • 440 Phillips workers disliked!

    Hornisse_rusHornisse_rusPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Love the humour man ❤️😂😂😂

    Arjun DagarArjun DagarPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • And by the way: cutting your own gaskets is a pain in the ***. I've tried. All the little screw holes on a carb gasket. Try the cheap chinese aftermarket ones, available for almost every brand. Only maybe 5 out of ten will fit well, but hey. AND thank you so much for the JIS part. That really changed everything. I've been insulting every tool and wall in my garage for years for that absurdly tightened screws (I literally screwed half of them beyond recognition) till I saw your video for the first time and ordered a Vessel. Now I'm back at thinking that Japanese engineers are ingenious. I got two now.

    Christoph HessChristoph HessPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Hey there, another great video. Just one thought of criticism (correct me if I'm wrong): While I saw that luggage scale method for torque elsewhere, there's a big problem: As you rightly stated: Torque is a FORCE and a distance. But force, my weird imperial friends, is measured in lbf (pound force), not in lbs, as you abbreviated it, which on the other hand is a unit of MASS, not force. And mass is related to gravity (though some Trumpians might tell you otherwise), Mother Earth is pulling with a constant acceleration (9.81m/s² or 32ft/s²). The question now is: Can you pull your wrench with that constant acceleration? Otherwise your formula is wrong. The luggage scale you use is indeed a force meter (or dynamometer), but one that has been calibrated to average gravitational acceleration to show the right weight. Or stated the other way around: if you want lbf and lbs to be the same, as Ryan did, you must pull on your wrench with constant 32ft/s² likewise your luggage would pull on the scale when it's hanging down, i.e. pulled by gravity. Here's an example of what that means (switching to the dark side (the metric system) now): The nut that holds the sprocket on my bike is tightened with 100Nm (74lbf*ft). Let's say the wrench is 0.4m long. If I'm able to pull the wrench with 9.81m/s², the scale must show about 25kg (100Nm=xN*0.4m, so x=250N, as F=m*a (N=kg*m/s²) m=F/a which is 250N divided by 9.81m/s² =circa 25kg). BUT if I pull slower, let's say half the acceleration, the equation comes to: 250N divided by 5m/s² = 50kg ! So, if I can't determine the acceleration that I'm pulling with, I can't know the weight that needs to show on the display. If there's no torque wrench around, I'd rather stick to (common) sense and thighten it carefully by hand.

    Christoph HessChristoph HessPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • You should do bench press and deadlifts

    LumLumPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • A pin wrench for $44? Hammer a flathead screwdriver or equally pointy and long item through your oil filter and turn. You're welcome!

    SergeantSchizoidSergeantSchizoidPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Liquid gasket is fine. They use it everywhere on trucks. Just remember that you only need enough to coat the surface, don't put a layer on 5mm thick 😂

    DevoDevoPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Duh we have filter opener though

    Marvin GamingMarvin GamingPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • MotoCancer lmfao. You always have me rolling with all the subtle jokes in your videos. Love you guys.

    Brock SampsonBrock SampsonPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Impact screwdriver and a mid sized Vice Grip Plier. Not keen on the "humour."

    Mick MoriartyMick MoriartyPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I fucking love helicoils.

    Hillbilly HomeboyHillbilly HomeboyPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Wait--that last part ... why or how would a JIS screwdriver also act as a directional impact driver?

    The Next HobbyThe Next HobbyPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • I don't even want to ride a motorcycle, but I love watching this shit.

    Sir Baconbaker 3.1Sir Baconbaker 3.1Prieš 4 mėnesius
  • Fish out the metal (aluminum) shavings with a magnet when you're done! OK

    JBJBPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • Made me laugh.

      Mark GilderMark GilderPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Lol that moment hes taliing about a fish scale and i causually glance iver at the 200$ toqure wrench i almost never use causenit doesnt have an aduiable or feelable click, the stock will mive just slight... wish i went fush

    Faked Account13221Faked Account13221Prieš 4 mėnesius
  • This is pure gold

    AereonAereonPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • The ads dude my god

    Aaron RAaron RPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • I love your videos

    biloxi bikerbiloxi bikerPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Cheaper than gasket-paper is a cereal box.

    Nott JohnNott JohnPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Counterpoint - Timeserts are WAY better than Helicoils.

    Poppo GigioPoppo GigioPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • 7:20 Were you trying to put that in your pocket? I definitely heard it hit the ground haha

    themza912themza912Prieš 4 mėnesius
  • I'd like to think that when I'm using my own torque wrench I'm pretty damn good at telling torque. Was putting my rear wheel back on(this Tuesday), torque to 85Nm. Stop myself thinking "that's 85". Check the torque wrench, yep it's set right at 84+1. Turn it down to 80 and try the nut and sure enough an immediate click. Back up to 85, it moves a few degrees and *click*.

    minnsminnsminnsminnsPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • You look like a male version of my math teacher

    Novadog001Novadog001Prieš 4 mėnesius
  • Ah 4:44mark I'm not a mechanic but I'm 99.8% sure aluminum isn't ferrous (not magnetic). Just sayin'.

    Expat47Expat47Prieš 5 mėnesių
  • Still saving up for a motorcycle but learning allot here

    SophiaSophiaPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • 10:23 was ACTUALLY the best, lol

    Bike garageBike garagePrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Anybody here have a service manual for a 2012 ninja 650? Would love to have one. Don’t really want to fork out 100$ for information that should’ve came with the bike..

    John McCormickJohn McCormickPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • I striped a spark pluck

    Joel BrennanJoel BrennanPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • u only need a in/lb torque wrench for bikes. dont be so cheap- a fish scale. buy good tools as u need them and you'll always have them next time. dont forget the torque formula., for an extension on the socket. any extension to socket wrench increases the torque at the end of it, and you'll overtorque stuff if you dont apply the torque formula.

    Ribalder RRibalder RPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Of course Motion Pro is out of the Tri-Drive. Think I'll make my own and weld a couple of 1/4" drive extensions together. Be cheaper to buy it though. Motion Pro needs a kick in the nut sack.

    North WestNorth WestPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Oliver WHAT, ooouuu, last geek tonight. Clever clever.

    Kamaz21 UralKamaz21 UralPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Anaerobic sealent works well as a gasket because what squeezes out just dissolves with the oil

    Ben AndersonBen AndersonPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • 7:00 I bought a wera Cyclops speed ratchet because of that problem

    Gabriel RosewoodGabriel RosewoodPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • before buying a padlock you MUST to check this guy´s channel ltworlds.info

    Lauro NetoLauro NetoPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Heli coils are for stripping out even bigger holes. My BMW tech promised the cylinder studs would suck the Heli coil out with the heat and cool cycles of an air cooled engine. The Time Machine Co. has come to the rescue with the Timesert. This is like a bolt with threads cut inside. These can be ordered in different lengths(which provided more purchase to the aluminum case than the stud). Also they make a Bigsert to repair the crater that Heli coils leave when they tare out. They also have a top hat on the insert to prevent the insert from threading in too far! I have a Timesert on left cylinder and a Bigsert on the right. After several years no problems. Its Timesheets all the way! Check out the Time Machine Co. website for more info.

    Guy ChapmanGuy ChapmanPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Great videos but PLEASE lose the fake laughter. I hate tv shows with that annoying "it's time laugh" thing

    Ray PearsonRay PearsonPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • This video is Gold!

    RheyzaRheyzaPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Thumbs up for JIS advice, always learning something.

    Efficient ManEfficient ManPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Man, wear wider bigger up wear because ... you know if you look at yourself. About videos-good.

    Skidanje KrasteSkidanje KrastePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Good one Ryan - but oddly, the word chamfered is pronounced with a soft ”shhh” sound not a hard “kuh” sound - so it’s “shamfered” not “kamfered”.

    Peter FrisePeter FrisePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I knew this channel was good, but after watching this video I now know it is absolutely fantastic.

    Samuel HurleySamuel HurleyPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Motion pro makes a folding t wrench great for my trail kit 😎

    Edward AnenbergEdward AnenbergPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • philip is an asshole

    NagataNagataPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Hey! A Suzuki 8 speed! That's a collectable!

    terrykilo951terrykilo951Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • I can't ride anymore, but I sure love watching these videos.

    Jonas GrumbieJonas GrumbiePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Instead of the t-bar i just use a screwdriver and a socket bit

    Agent Turtle04Agent Turtle04Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • That tri drive, why not just use a rattle gun

    Adrian trainAdrian trainPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • You should try using a small hammer to cut gaskets

    Black SheepBlack SheepPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Hand Impact driver is the BEST damn thing I ever bought....used it a Million times on stuck Phillips screws.

    Mike FuMike FuPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I almost never do this, but I legit just went and bought one of those T-Handles

    Ted KittoTed KittoPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Your a funny guy! Love your videos brother. Always makes me laugh.

    Dave BennettDave BennettPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • 375 line workers disliked this video.

    Artem BorodavkaArtem BorodavkaPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • We use chain wrenches for Oil filter

    Airsoft gun’s and motorcyclesAirsoft gun’s and motorcyclesPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • How did you get a magnet to pickup aluminum shavings? prefer Torx not phillips, change them every time I take one out

    Flying DogFlying DogPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Ryan is the best

    Vincent McClainVincent McClainPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Here is another must have tool and will save you hours of aggravation. Buy a set of wobble head 1/4 inch drive extensions. Go ahead and get them in 3/8ths too.

    Semper FiparSemper FiparPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • I ordered my JIs like 2 months ago, still waiting

    BigPaPaRuBigPaPaRuPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • I found one way to screw loose the jis screws.... impact driver

    Agent Turtle04Agent Turtle04Prieš 7 mėnesių
  • Impressive amount of knowledge for such a young guy. Good content. Subscribed.

    dfgregodfgregoPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Looks like I have some shopping to do.

    LatitudeLatitudePrieš 7 mėnesių
  • When we make gaskets we take the sheet, put it on the housing and gently tap the gasket to the housing creating tracer edge. Keep gently tapping and before to long you’ll have a perfect gasket without having to cut it.

    G.O. FastG.O. FastPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Helicoils but no mention of a good click type torque wrench ? I do see the connection though; the less you use a torque wrench, the more often you use Helicoils. I like the pin wrench idea.

    David MDavid MPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • And some manufacturers still use SLOT-HEAD SCREWS! WHY??????????

    jeffry gagnonjeffry gagnonPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • I change the oil,and ahhhhh.. that’s about it...14mm.. that’s it.

    Rice BurnerbikerRice BurnerbikerPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • built high end parts for machines that we put hellicoils in for the strength and long life of taking on and off was able to make it light, and a lot stronger by using them

    DennisDennisPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Bullshit! Phillips, Flat, 2 or 3 slim open ends, folding allen set (metric or american), crescent wrench. These are the ones you take with you for on the road fixes. You need a tool set for bigger jobs.

    Stevie TStevie TPrieš 7 mėnesių
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