Do You Want To Become a Mechanical Ace?
Then, you want the full picture of engines and mechanics.
That’s where the DWJ For Beginner Mechanics series is different from most tutorials – not only does it show you how to do repair and basic maintenance, it also shows you:
- Differences between tubed and tubeless tires
- How a CVT transmission works
- What a CDI ignition system is
This way, you’ll not only know how to repair and service your bike, but also gain a deeper understanding of why you need to do it.
What if I’ve never used a tool before?
Not a problem – in fact, if it’s any assurance, I didn’t know the difference between a socket wrench and a torque wrench.
Fast forward to today, and things are very different.
Take it from me – you can learn how to use tools effectively.
If you haven’t used tools that much in the past (apart from a screwdriver), check out the Tool Tutorial series, which shows you how tools work and how to use them – from basic spanners to multimeters.
From “diode” to “inverter” and even “ground,” click here to discover the meaning of 9 common motorcycle electrical terms.
A problem with your motorcycle’s electrics is not a curse – click here to discover 5 common electrical issues and what they mean.
Some tools are easy to categorize - you've got your pliers, your spanners, and the simple but ever-trusty screwdrivers. But then you've got others types of tools that aren't as easy to put into a specific category. That's because these tools are known as "specialty...
Do you know what winterizing a motorcycle is all about? Click here to discover what it is and the 2 most common reasons to do it.
Click here to find out how to decipher the codes for the motorcycle tire dimensions and why tire pressure is so important.
Click here to get some tips to save both money and hassle when you’re buying tools – whether they’re your tools or not.
Click here to discover more about what a motorcycle battery does, the 3 most common battery types, and what “CCA” is.
Have you ever been curious about what it means when a tool has the “CR-V” stamp on it? Click here to find out what it means.
The chain might get most of the credit, but what does the “sprocket” do? And how do you determine your chain sizing? Click here to find out.
Click here to discover how you can prevent motorcycle death wobble before it even happens – and what to do if it still does.