Top Tips When Purchasing Used Motorbikes

Posted on: 31 May 2019

Buying a used motorbike can be a challenging task. In the extract below, you will learn the various considerations you should make when purchasing a used bike. Research The motorbike you purchase should meet your current and future needs. For example, a touring bike is perfect for road trips since it has a large fuel tank and adequate luggage space. On the other hand, a scooter is ideal for city commuting.
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What should you ask a boat mechanic before they work on your boat?

Posted on: 22 October 2018

Finding a boat mechanic is pretty much like looking for a general physician. While the physician will be responsible for your health, the boat mechanic will be responsible for ensuring that your boat is in excellent condition. Therefore the amount of diligence that you would apply when selecting a physician should be the same diligence that you should apply when choosing a boat mechanic for your boat. However, if it is your first time hiring a boat mechanic, you may not know how to establish whether the mechanic is competent enough to provide you with quality services.
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How to Tell If the Bellows on Your Sterndrive Need Replacing or Repairing

Posted on: 28 August 2017

Before you put your boat away for the season, you should take some time to check the sterndrive for issues. There are a number of elements you may want to check, but this blog in particular looks at the bellows. Here's an explanation of sterndrive bellows and a few tips on how to tell if these parts have problems. What Is a Bellow? In general, a bellow is anything that can be pressed together to release a lot of air.
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4 Signs Your Boat's Engine Might Have a Clogged Fuel Injector

Posted on: 3 March 2017

If fuel droplets are allowed to settle within the fuel injector once your boat's engine has been turned off, those deposits can eventually clog the injectors. Though rarer, it's also possible for fuel injectors to become clogged thanks to grit and dirt that works its way into the system In either case, a clogged fuel injector won't be able to deliver fuel as effectively to your boat's engine, and running the motor while a fuel injector is clogged can have serious long-term consequences.
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