Soaking for 5 minutes should work in most cases. If the bolt remains stuck, soaking for an additional 24 hours may help. ... With vise grips you may be able to get a good enough grip on what's left of the bolt to remove it. Locking wrench vise grips are best suited to give you maximum grip on a hex bolt. The second best vise grip for removing a nut or bolt are straight jaw vise grips. ... You can file down opposing edges of a bolt or nut so that there are 2 flat edges and then try vice grips again. This may be enough to give the vice grips enough of a bite. ... If you have a propane torch you can apply heat to the bolt to help loosen it. Be careful using an open flame around an engine bay or any other location where there could be flammable material. ... Placing a larger nut on top of the stripped bolt and welding the center of the nut to the top of the bolt will often allow the bolt to be safely removed. ... Use a bolt out set, these tend to work best if you have enough room to ham...
The type of garage you have will determine what kind of storage solutions you need. Walls are the first concern, if you have wood walls you'll be able to more easily attach storage to your walls. If you have cinder block, concrete, stone, or brick walls it's usually easier to use free standing shelves. Another concern is the ceiling. Does your garage have flat ceiling with trusses or floor joists? If so, hoists and other options ceiling mounted storage options are easier to install. If you have an angled cathderal style roof you may still be able to hang from the ceiling, but it will require different solutions. Another consideration is whether you own or rent your garage.
Rear Axle Nut
1" - 1.6"
... Measure the total movement up and down of the chain. It should only move 1" - 1.6" ,this is the total movement of the chain from top to bottom. ... Take out the old cotter pin located on the left axle bolt of the bike.
After the cotter pin is out loosten the left axle bolt of the bike. ... Leave the bike on its kickstand and slide the jack underneath the mid section of the bike from the right side. ... Wipe off the spot that is to be marked with a paper towel to remove any dirt or grease. Then mark the spot with a paint marker. This spot is so you have a reference point to measure the chain travel. Make sure to mark the chain in 3 different spots roughly 25" apart. This will help ensure that no spot in the chain is overly tight or loose.
... Move the rear tire backward until the chain feels reasonably tight. Make sure to keep the spacing the same on each sid...
Set the parking brake.
Chock both sides of the left and right rear tires.
... Place the jack behind the left front tire.
There is a cutout of the plastic trim this is where the jack head is supposed to go.
Find the oil drain plug.
then place the drain pan underneath of the drain plug. ... Using a 15mm wrench, unscrew the oil drain plug and let the oil drain into the oil pan. Stay near the pan while the oil is draining as you may need to adjust the pans position to prevent the oil from spilling. When the oil stops continuously flowing and starts to drip the oil is done draining. Replace the plug, torque to recommended setting and wipe up any remaining oil on the cars oils pan. ... The oil filter can be accessed by the front passenger side tire.
When unscrewing the filter be careful not spill hot oil on yourself. Also, make sure oil pan is properly positioned to catch oil when unscrewing oil filter.