Moto Erratum! & A Flat Tire


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  • Smoke-This
    Smoke-This  7 days back

    motorcycles tubeless tires always end up havin damn tubes in em..

    • tLade08
      tLade08  3 weeks back

      i literally could watch your videos all day if i didnt have other priorities. lol. you've gotta be the best teacher i've ever seen, and by far the most creative. thank you for the amazing learning experience you bring to youtube!

      • Jeffemano
        Jeffemano  4 weeks back

        As a mechanic, I can tell you that the reason for fixes like these is...people are cheap asses. You should edit that into your initial presumption.

        • Craig Sudman
          Craig Sudman  4 weeks back

          When I was in my teens I made my own tire changing bars of 1/4" by 1-1/4" flat stock.  Put them in the vise and bent the ends with a little angle, then ground the outside corners with a nice smooth radius.  Been using them fo-evah.  I use them now to change the rubber on my F-250 SD; takes about 20 minutes per tire.  Great video, thumbs up.

          • Chris Botha
            Chris Botha  4 weeks back

            Love your work, and your patience.. I feel your pain with comments section, its why I took down my technical videos ;). In one example I showed how to set 26 diamonds into a full circle eternity ring using a conical compressing tool.. turning 2 hours of work into 5 seconds of work, and the method got every diamond equally secure, spread the load equally on each diamond, and each stone dead straight in "A" and XY, but, viewers instead discovered a way to break 26 diamonds all at once, neglecting the implied caveat "I have been doing this for 30 years, viewer beware.." - SUBSCRIBED!

            • Mark Owen
              Mark Owen  1 months back

              I always use my mum's best spoons and forks. M

              • Steve Brown
                Steve Brown  1 months back

                long time watcher fist time commenter .. When my son was doing 50 & 65cc motocross I invested in a set of tire spoons for changing tires with something not so stabby on the tubes. They were $30. I asked if they did financing, but no go. guy said one time payment. anyway thought maybe you could spend 10x that making a set for yourself. just an idea, and thanks for the videos!

                • Big Mo
                  Big Mo  2 months back

                  Warning - oven cleaner can be corrosive on aluminum

                  • dd
                    dd  2 months back

                    I normally run 2.5 to 3% oil in my gasoline

                    • jay long
                      jay long  2 months back

                      Tony forget the know-it-alls sitting in their mother's basement

                      • that one gay furry
                        that one gay furry  2 months back

                        I have a ass ton of hot patches

                        • rolls _879
                          rolls _879  2 months back

                          oh no! this was the first video you showed any clips after the “thanks for watchin’”

                          • tazthedevil22
                            tazthedevil22  2 months back

                            1:19 so it is a no-ring?

                            • Homebrew Horsepower
                              Homebrew Horsepower  2 months back

                              Can't trust a word Tony says. "It's summertime," he says. So naturally I run outside to enjoy some warm sunlight. Imagine my surprise to find that it's actually November and it's dark and freezing out. I want my money back.

                              • smellysam
                                smellysam  2 months back

                                I just overhauled a MAN 940kW aux engine. We clean everything, except bearing surfaces, with grey and violet Scotchbrite + WD40. If the man from MAN allows it, then it’s good.

                                • hoolie gunn
                                  hoolie gunn  2 months back

                                  All or most wire wheels require a tube.

                                  • warpatato
                                    warpatato  2 months back

                                    4:07 Looks like a face puking water

                                    • SportSchütze BösingenLaupen

                                      Love your MC videos!

                                      • mcsniper77
                                        mcsniper77  3 months back

                                        If it has spokes it has a tube.

                                        • Charlie Webster
                                          Charlie Webster  3 months back

                                          I just don't get it Tony - use only what?

                                          • koff tiku
                                            koff tiku  3 months back

                                            You can youse tubeless wheels with a inner tube all of my tires have bean tubeless with innertube

                                            • HowTo Extreme
                                              HowTo Extreme  3 months back

                                              Woah 100:1 my bikes 32:1😂😂

                                              • Magnymbus
                                                Magnymbus  4 months back

                                                I once convinced my dad to get me a set of REAL tubeless tires for my pedal bike. Best thing I ever did with my bike. Sure, it was a much stiffer ride, but not having to repair/replace my inner tube so damn often was well worth that. I used to live in an area covered in these weeds with some wicked double ended thorns that looked like the head of a demon with straight horns. Those things would get stuck in your tires and then you'd go over just the right sized rock and the little thorn would go just far enough into the rubber to puncture the inner tube. And they were tiny holes. So you'd go to get on your bike the next day and the tire would be flat, so you go to see where the bubbles are coming from but, oh, look at that, there are a dozen of them all over the tube, so small that they're super hard to find. Thank god for REAL tubeless tires. I never worried about those demonic thorns ever again.

                                                • Magnymbus
                                                  Magnymbus  3 months back

                                                  @Charlie Webster no kidding. My aunt had a sweetheart of a dog. He got them only occasionally. Presumably he either learned where they were, learned their scent, or just dealt with them so quickly on his own that we rarely found out. If he went in a big arc around some groundcover instead of going through to get to somewhere, you could usually bet on there being 'goat heads' as you put them.

                                                • Charlie Webster
                                                  Charlie Webster  3 months back

                                                  I'm pretty sure they are called 'goat heads'. Dogs do not like them either...

                                              • Luke duke
                                                Luke duke  4 months back

                                                That's the drawback when you can fix anything, other people's problems become yours.

                                                • Cees Lee
                                                  Cees Lee  4 months back

                                                  Who else would like to see This old Tony ride the bike?

                                                  • Sophrosynicle
                                                    Sophrosynicle  4 months back

                                                    Today I learned; I'm a renegade with hot patches.

                                                    • beastm0de7
                                                      beastm0de7  4 months back

                                                      Me and a co worker fixed the tire on my little brothers bike... 3 tubes later we finally managed to get the tire back on with the tube fully in tact when we were done lol.
                                                      I did find a screwdriver is a terrible way to get the tire on, but a wrench works very well if you put the rounded end in first then use it as a tire bar because there are no real sharp edges to cut the tube or tire at all it's basically just a tire bar.

                                                      • Jim Wardlow
                                                        Jim Wardlow  4 months back

                                                        Thanks for the up date on the last video I was feeling a little like a red headed step child !!!

                                                        • HutkerHD
                                                          HutkerHD  4 months back

                                                          Just the greatest man I ever seen! Love it!

                                                          • Brian Brown
                                                            Brian Brown  4 months back

                                                            Excellent as usual!!!

                                                            • Lillie Wonka
                                                              Lillie Wonka  5 months back

                                                              You always have good shows my man

                                                              • Ironsights85
                                                                Ironsights85  5 months back

                                                                how do you not have a tire valve tool!?

                                                                • Patrick Banahan
                                                                  Patrick Banahan  5 months back

                                                                  Working in a motorcycle shop myself, I thoroughly enjoyed watching you struggle and point out things that are common for me. It was quite an entertaining video and I'd love to see more like it. I agree that everyone needs to not take things so seriously, you learn from your mistakes and own up to them when they happen (usually!) Cheers from Maine! (P.S. seriously replace that tire... and tube...)

                                                                  • Morbid Eel
                                                                    Morbid Eel  5 months back

                                                                    So it is a tubeless tube? ?_?

                                                                    • Wrstew
                                                                      Wrstew  5 months back

                                                                      Titanium and then Trials bikes, you have extremely varied tastes Mr. TOT!

                                                                      • A Walker
                                                                        A Walker  5 months back

                                                                        also interested in a muffler repacking video

                                                                        • Jonathan de Bruijn
                                                                          Jonathan de Bruijn  5 months back

                                                                          Yes to muffler repacking video!

                                                                          • TG Corbinski
                                                                            TG Corbinski  5 months back

                                                                            Pro tip for you: put baby powder on the tube before installing it. Makes installation easier and reduces the risk of tube pinch.

                                                                            • mopedmarathon
                                                                              mopedmarathon  5 months back

                                                                              Great Chanel TOT! One word of warning about seating beads (especially on used tyres) keep all appendages well clear of the bead / rim area. Iv seen a couple of beads fail and burst off the rim. One hit my boss in the forearm and broke it. He may have been the kind of scumbag who deserved it though so no big deal.

                                                                              • Pete Young
                                                                                Pete Young  5 months back

                                                                                Did you replace the rim strip or not? Hopefully you didn't use duct tape.

                                                                                • Moto Trials
                                                                                  Moto Trials  5 months back

                                                                                  I run 3.5 to 4 psi in my tubeless Dunlop D803GP rear tires. Works well. I think Ryan Young told me he uses around 4 psi in his team bikes. 9psi is crazy high for a trials bike. Try half that and I think you will find that you get much better traction. Good luck!

                                                                                  • Matthew Trzcinski
                                                                                    Matthew Trzcinski  5 months back

                                                                                    Back when I used a mountain bike, I changed the inner tube for something a half inch larger. Then put in a plastic puncture liner. The tube was slack, and never had a flat. Hard to puncture an oversized tube.

                                                                                    • Earl Wright
                                                                                      Earl Wright  5 months back

                                                                                      The project manager said "NO", I heard her say it all the way at my house in Alabama! Lol

                                                                                      • M L.
                                                                                        M L.  5 months back

                                                                                        You tubeless?

                                                                                        • andrew marshburn
                                                                                          andrew marshburn  5 months back

                                                                                          Holy moly these bikes really run 100 to 1 oil I always double my oil and seems like stuff just last longer that's why the old two strokes last forever 😁

                                                                                          • boone dalton
                                                                                            boone dalton  5 months back

                                                                                            Just enjoy the damn video!!

                                                                                            • Jack Shields
                                                                                              Jack Shields  6 months back

                                                                                              You need to use single malt scotch-brite to get the highest quality smooth finish.

                                                                                              • Roger Goulder
                                                                                                Roger Goulder  6 months back

                                                                                                Many thanks for your multifarious and abstruse videos. Love your style. Some commenters take themselves way more seriously than anyone else, which adds to the fun.