7075, 7076... Whatever It Takes


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  • spike001ton
    spike001ton  5 hours back

    so drill a tiny hole tape it and add a spacer and screw them together more of a pain in the arse but it would fix it maybe add a little epoxy to help hold it

    • Jesse Clayborn
      Jesse Clayborn  1 days back

      You could always add the metal on the bike frame itself under the pegs

      • Ania Kukawka
        Ania Kukawka  1 days back

        11:45 That ghost seems to be scared of chains.

        • Lee Woodrough
          Lee Woodrough  1 days back

          1st time watching. I’m stopping at 22 sec to comment. I literally jumped and felt those all too familiar tingles of a surge of adrenaline through my whole body. I even pulled my hands back and almost dropped my phone. 😂

          • Acura RL
            Acura RL  2 days back

            A chain slack tensioner thing goes on the bottom there. It doesn’t actually create physical tension but it keeps the chain from being able to skip teeth by making the chain always fall on a set number of teeth.

            • Agent Office
              Agent Office  3 days back

              You can rebuild our trust

              • Zedro nurinburg
                Zedro nurinburg  3 days back

                Sagging pegs are usually due to elongated frame bolt holes, I didn't notice any shots showing if this was the case. If it is, modifying the peg instead of the frame holes will lead to further sagging and eventual tear out of the peg bolt. Ask me how I know :D

                • Zedro nurinburg
                  Zedro nurinburg  3 days back

                  A cupped (worn) rotor will feel spongy because the pads won't bed properly. Also a thin rotor will experience brake fade because of heat. A warped rotor would be pretty obvious.

                  • Random One
                    Random One  3 days back

                    A Trials bike? You ride trials bikes? Who rides trails today? You my friend are a hipster if there ever was one.
                    Love your bike. :D


                    The Old Guy

                    • Matt Aamold
                      Matt Aamold  5 days back

                      5:09 ... I was clapping and cheering even though nobody else was Old Tony.

                      • Ry Michael
                        Ry Michael  6 days back

                        Can't weld the peg... add to the frame.

                        • hellraiser666666
                          hellraiser666666  6 days back

                          its just smth. about wienerwürstchen.....his digits remind me of 10 of those. gr8 videos btw. keep up the good work.

                          • Teddy Butter
                            Teddy Butter  6 days back

                            I watch all of your videos in black and white. Don’t know why. Just seems like the right thing to do.

                            • Porkchop Sandwiches
                              Porkchop Sandwiches  1 weeks back

                              Nothing worse in life then feeling like a penguin

                              • The Moon is square
                                The Moon is square  1 weeks back

                                DAMN IT, WHAT SOUND DOES A PENGUIN MAKE!

                                • buckleyadam4
                                  buckleyadam4  1 weeks back

                                  I use HDPE for my chain gaurds/guides. They take alot of punishment and dont break..... dont believe me? Get a piece of 3mm hdpe and beat it with a sledge hamme

                                  • Thomas D Harrell
                                    Thomas D Harrell  1 weeks back

                                    My bike only has one peg.
                                    It’s for a peg leg

                                    • Thomas D Harrell
                                      Thomas D Harrell  1 weeks back

                                      Ah yeah uh huh I was gonna say that

                                      • Pillock
                                        Pillock  2 weeks back

                                        Clever title reference to Mr. Mom.

                                        • just tim
                                          just tim  2 weeks back

                                          You always put a smile on my face. Thanks. Tim

                                          • Nick Borghesan
                                            Nick Borghesan  2 weeks back

                                            why not drop a weld in the steel bracket that holds the foot peg

                                            • David Bowden
                                              David Bowden  2 weeks back

                                              deep fried foot pegs. How bizarre. JB weld it and forget it.

                                              • Rick Raleigh
                                                Rick Raleigh  2 weeks back

                                                "Set screw".

                                                • Paul Tavres
                                                  Paul Tavres  2 weeks back

                                                  I believe its called push back
                                                  I believe the drooping pegs are for bulleged people

                                                  • Paul Tavres
                                                    Paul Tavres  2 weeks back

                                                    My friend was using a hand held router on a large piece of wood chamfering the edge and like yours it caught the edge then the router bit climbed up his arm
                                                    Never seen such a vicious injury
                                                    Took a couple surgeries to close about 12” long wound
                                                    He was a experienced journeyman carpenter
                                                    Took many months of healing and rehab to get his arm back to normal use
                                                    A flying part like that could have also done some serious injury

                                                    • gravesdiggerxj
                                                      gravesdiggerxj  3 weeks back

                                                      move that CDI before it gets ruined with you dump the thing. Scorpa has the WORST placement in the world for those. Then go ride more and stop worrying about stupid garbage lol.

                                                      • Sytoren Studios
                                                        Sytoren Studios  3 weeks back

                                                        got my sub on the wife joke not gonna lie

                                                        • canuckguy worried
                                                          canuckguy worried  3 weeks back

                                                          Why didn't you mention the frame as a option for correcting the pegs?? You have pegs mounted to a frame. .either can be used to resolve your problem...so what material is the frame where the pegs mount?? You can add your material there in various ways..

                                                          • canuckguy worried
                                                            canuckguy worried  3 weeks back

                                                            @This Old Tony
                                                            You only needed a small thickness and you can tack it on for removal...i raced motorcycles for 15 years....it wouldn't do any harm if done right...which your capable of....it probably is damaged there as well?? Slightly but enough to add to the droop ..must have had a heavy rider to bend so much on a Trials bike!! I raced Motocross...

                                                          • This Old Tony
                                                            This Old Tony   3 weeks back

                                                            true, but that would result in a permanent modification to the frame.

                                                        • Betty Hancock
                                                          Betty Hancock  3 weeks back

                                                          1:35 yeah they were wrong it's not that the rotor is warped it is tiny tiny variations in the thickness of the rotor. Also you most likely got incremental improvements with each repair you did that you didn't notice. But fuck the haters it is what you say it is.

                                                          • TrueBlueEG8
                                                            TrueBlueEG8  3 weeks back

                                                            Rotor warp is a bit of a misnomer, discs like these dont tend to warp. Pulsation and run-out is often caused by uneven distribution of burnt on brake linings, or cementation, (the pad material sticking to the disc, in uneven layers) and creating high spots or bumps on the rotor.

                                                            • ATMAtim
                                                              ATMAtim  3 weeks back


                                                              • LDN Wholesale
                                                                LDN Wholesale  3 weeks back

                                                                spongy brake. Tapered pads, buckled rotor or rotor worn or machined tapered. Or very maybe a pad sticking in the calliper. Or very maybe a brake hose flexing too much.
                                                                I have repaired all of those.

                                                                • rallyrat
                                                                  rallyrat  3 weeks back

                                                                  Those for pegs will be fine, as long as the welding temperature didn't spread to places where it's important not to lose your temper...

                                                                  • Steve Lamperta
                                                                    Steve Lamperta  3 weeks back

                                                                    Great video...thanks for the laughs.... I'd really like to meet you , I believe we would get along great. I look forward to your video's and have learned so much....Thank you for that...

                                                                    • Glenn Osmond
                                                                      Glenn Osmond  3 weeks back

                                                                      "Point number 2nd"..You mean "Point number B!"

                                                                      • Steve Lescom
                                                                        Steve Lescom  3 weeks back

                                                                        Funny Guy  !!!

                                                                        • Big Softy
                                                                          Big Softy  4 weeks back

                                                                          I can’t believe you ride trials! Thank you.

                                                                          • Erik Granqvist
                                                                            Erik Granqvist  4 weeks back

                                                                            I had a new car once. Was not worth it. Let the first owner take the big depreciation for the first year (or years) instead.

                                                                            • faceup5
                                                                              faceup5  4 weeks back

                                                                              Get some angled shoes. Problem solved.

                                                                              • Terry Bloomfield
                                                                                Terry Bloomfield  4 weeks back

                                                                                Well Tony, you videos are certainly entertaining, sense of humour is a bit " Of the wall" but then I'm British so get it, cheers pal

                                                                                • Daniel
                                                                                  Daniel  4 weeks back

                                                                                  uh a trail bike, are there any street usable trail bikes?

                                                                                  • bitterbaldguy
                                                                                    bitterbaldguy  4 weeks back

                                                                                    OH MY GOD! I love this guy!

                                                                                    • chris painter
                                                                                      chris painter  4 weeks back

                                                                                      IT TAKES A STRONG MAN TO ADMIT HE SUFFERS FROM PEG DROOP

                                                                                      • Christopher Rouxel
                                                                                        Christopher Rouxel  4 weeks back

                                                                                        I made some really weird noises when the chain guard came loose at the last cut. PTSD? Double stick and super glue like nyccnc or tabs option in fusion for the win

                                                                                        • Andrew D
                                                                                          Andrew D  4 weeks back

                                                                                          Good piece of entertainment with good chunk of education. Thanks

                                                                                          • Notus Notus
                                                                                            Notus Notus  4 weeks back

                                                                                            Love the Mr. Mom credit of the title. "Yeah, 220, 221, whatever it takes". Lol!

                                                                                            • Scot Earp
                                                                                              Scot Earp  4 weeks back

                                                                                              How many people actually think a thin rotor couldnt cause soft brakes?? Well, you are all wrong. Hydraulics are simple, volume of master cylinder vs volume of slave cylinder + any extra wear compensation it must perform.

                                                                                              Lets say the volume of the slave is 10cc at full pressure with all new components with a release of 5cc into master at rest. Lets say the master has a 7cc volume at rest and the ability to move 5cc at stroke. Well, now lets take some metal off the rotor and increase the volume needed for proper pressure by 3cc. You now have soft spongy brakes.

                                                                                              • Patrick Artner
                                                                                                Patrick Artner  4 weeks back

                                                                                                Not a metal worker here - bear with me. Why not glue a spacer on instead of welding?