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WD-40+a Butane Torch+An idiot=DISASTER
11 Nov 2007
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A trick for changing your differential oil when WD40 fails. You just need your trusty household welder. This was on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT.
24 Jan 2011
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WD 40 and a match
6 Jan 2007
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Is there anything that WD-40 and a lighter can't fix? If there exists such a thing, just torch it all with your mini flamethrower. Problem solved. repairing a wheel using gas and a lighter.
21 Jan 2009
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In this episode Brad answers a couple of emails received over the past few weeks. Brad answers such questions as: What type of Hair Spray for curly or fuzzy hair? What is a great shampoo for men? How about WD-40! What to do about tangling and tangled hair. Email Brad your questions at *******BradGrahamTV****
16 Dec 2009
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2006-kia-sorento.aspx Today we are going to install part number 87425 from Hidden Hitch, and we are going to install this on a 2006 Kia Sorento. First step, we will go ahead and take down this rubber exhaust hanger. Just spray it down with some lubricant and we will just take a pry bar and just kind of pry it off of it. Sometimes these threads in here will get clogged up with dirt and rust and whatnot. It is a good idea to spray them down with some WD-40 and then clean them out, and then run your bolts in and out to help clean it out. We can go ahead and start installing the hitch. It is kind of an odd-shape design so it is a good idea to have an extra set of hands in there to help lift it into position. All right, and that covers it for part number 87425 from Hidden Hitch.
27 Mar 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2008-toyota-corolla.aspx Today on this 2008 Toyota Corolla S we are going to install part number 11266 from Curt. This hitch is going to be relatively easy to install. There are four holes that are threaded in the frame. These two are on the passenger side of the vehicle. Over here on the driver's side it is going to be an identical set up. :20 The threads here are a little bit corroded even though it is a 2008, there is still some rust and dust in there so take some time to clean those out first. Spray some WD-40 in there run the bolt in and out to clean it out and then if necessary you may need to run a tap through if it is really corroded. The start was easier so what you want to do is run it in a little bit then back it off and run it in and back it off.
3 Apr 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2008-dodge-grand-caravan1.aspx Today on this 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan we will be installing hitch part number 36455 from Draw-Tite. This hitch application also applies to Hidden Hitch part number 90169. The first thing you want to do is get underneath the vehicle and lower the exhaust off its rear most hanger here on the passenger side. To remove it off of its hanger you want to just spray the stud here down with a spray lubricant like a WD-40. And then we can just use a crowbar and kind of get behind there to pry it off. And with the exhaust off of its hanger you can kind of pull it out of the way here. With the exhaust pulled out of the way you can see we have two existing bolts here in the frame. Those are going to provide our two attaching points for our trailer hitch on both sides of the vehicle.
5 Apr 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2006-kia-sorento.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 87425 from Hidden Hitch, and we are going to install this on a 2006 Kia Sorento. First step, we will go ahead and take down this rubber exhaust hanger. Just spray it down with some lubricant and we will just take a pry bar and just kind of pry it off of it. Sometimes these threads in here will get clogged up with dirt and rust and whatnot. It is a good idea to spray them down with some WD-40 and then clean them out, and then run your bolts in and out to help clean it out. We can go ahead and start installing the hitch. It is kind of an odd-shape design so it is a good idea to have an extra set of hands in there to help lift it into position. One end is going to go over the exhaust, and the passengers side is going to go straight into the frame. Once you get all the bolts started, you can go ahead and snug the bolts down. Next we will go ahead and torque down the bolts as listed in the instructions. Go ahead and reinstall our exhaust back onto the rubber hanger. All right, and that covers it for part number 87425 from Hidden Hitch.
20 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2008-toyota-corolla.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2008 Toyota Corolla S we are going to install part number 11266 from Curt. This hitch is going to be relatively easy to install. There are four holes that are threaded in the frame. These two are on the passenger side of the vehicle. Over here on the driver's side it is going to be an identical set up. :20 The threads here are a little bit corroded even though it is a 2008, there is still some rust and dust in there so take some time to clean those out first. Spray some WD-40 in there run the bolt in and out to clean it out and then if necessary you may need to run a tap through if it is really corroded. The start was easier so what you want to do is run it in a little bit then back it off and run it in and back it off. Using a wrench you do not want to tighten it down, you just want to run it in a little bit and back it off until you run the bolt all the way through. You want to do that with all the remaining holes. :49 Now we can go ahead and install our hitch. All it requires is a bolt and a conical tooth washer. Go ahead and install it to the frame. Now that we have all our bolts started we can go ahead and snnug them down. Then we can torque them down as specified in the instructions. Roughly from the edge of the bumper to the hitch pin hole center it is 7 inches. From the top of the receiver tube to the ground it is approximately 12 inches tall. With all the bolts torqued down that finishes our install already. There you have it for part number 11266 from Curt.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-install-2009-Chrysler-town-and-country3.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing Valley hitch part number V82683 on a 2009 Chrysler Town and Country. You can see underneath here we have got three existing bolts here on the bottom of the frame. These are going to provide the three attaching points for the trailer hitch. We are going to need to remove all three of those bolts, and we will actually be reusing those for the hitch attachment. Over here on the passengers side, we will be using the same three attaching points. The bolts are already in the frame. As you can see, we have got the exhaust that is in the way, so we are going to need to lower that first before we can get started. We have got a hanger right here on the outboard side of the frame. We are going to be removing the exhaust from that hanger. That should give us enough clearance to go ahead and get the hitch up. To get the exhaust off of its hanger, we will have to go ahead and spray it down with a lubricant, like a WD-40. And you can see as I pull away from the exhaust now I should have enough room to get the bolts out of the frame. As you can see here, with the exhaust pulled out of the way, we have got the AC lines running in between the two forward-most bolts. We want to make sure not to pinch those when we put the hitch up into position. There is a cutout in the hitch itself to ensure that that does not happen. OK, and with all the bolts removed from both sides we can go ahead and put the hitch up into position. Again, if the hitch is going to interfere with the AC lines on the drivers side, you want to make sure you slide the hitch up next to the frame and underneath the AC lines. OK, and with all the bolts up in position, we can go ahead and torque them down. You want to check with your directions to verify the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. OK, and with all the bolts torqued down, we just want to make sure we put our exhaust back up on its hanger, and our installation will be complete. And this will conclude the installation of hitch part number V82683 on a 2009 Chrysler Town & Country.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2008-dodge-grand-caravan1.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan we will be installing hitch part number 36455 from Draw-Tite. This hitch application also applies to Hidden Hitch part number 90169. The first thing you want to do is get underneath the vehicle and lower the exhaust off its rear most hanger here on the passenger side. To remove it off of its hanger you want to just spray the stud here down with a spray lubricant like a WD-40. And then we can just use a crowbar and kind of get behind there to pry it off. And with the exhaust off of its hanger you can kind of pull it out of the way here. With the exhaust pulled out of the way you can see we have two existing bolts here in the frame. Those are going to provide our two attaching points for our trailer hitch on both sides of the vehicle. What we are going to do is remove both bolts from the frame and we are actually going to reuse those for our hitch installation. Okay now that we have the bolts removed we can go ahead and put the hitch into position. Again we are going to be reusing the bolts we just took out of the frame to install the trailer hitch. You want to make sure here on the passenger side that you avoid the air conditioning lines that are at the bottom of the frame. The hitch may need to slide underneath that just a little bit. Okay now we are going to go through and torque the bolts down. You want to check with the directions to verify the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. You just want to re-install the exhaust back up on its hangers. This will conclude the installation of Draw-Tite part number 36455 on a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-install-2008-Honda-CRV.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing Valley hitch part number V82163 on a 2008 Honda CRV. Okay we are underneath the vehicle and we are looking at the driver side frame rail. Here towards the end of the frame you can see we have got one, two existing weld nuts here in the frame. Those are going to provide the two attaching points on the driver side of the vehicle. It may be necessary on some models to go ahead and clean these weld nuts out if they have built up road grime or rust in them. Over here on the passenger side, we are actually going to be using the same attaching points, the two weld nuts. As you can see we have got the exhaust here in the way so we are going to go ahead and need to lower that down off of its hangers. Remember when moving the exhaust off of it's hangers, it helps to spray the studs down with a spray lubricant like WD-40. It makes the removal of the rubber hanger off of the studs a lot easier. You want to do that in both locations. And then you can just take a pry bar or even a pair of pliers. Just come in behind it and pry the hanger right off. And we are going to do the same thing here on the outboard sided one. Just let that lower right down to where the exhaust tube will rest on the sway bar here. Next we are going to go ahead and clean out the weld nuts. To do that again we want to use a spray lubricant and then we will just take a wire brush, run that into the threads, spin it around a few times and that will help to release the road grime and rust that might be up in there. And we want to do this at all four of the weld nuts. And now that I have got the corrosion released, I can go ahead and spray it back down. And then we can just run the bolts in and out a few times to check to see if they are thoroughly cleaned. For that mounting position we are going to be using the 10 millimeter bolts along with the conical tooth washers. And that will be the same at all four of the weld nuts. For the tow hook attachment, the half inch hex bolt and half inch nut. Verify that all of the weld nuts are thoroughly cleaned we can go ahead and put the hitch up into position. It might help to start by actually attaching it to the tow hook first and going back and attaching it to the frame. And then on the passenger side you want to make sure you put the arm up and over the exhaust. We are going to let the two tabs here at the top of the receiver tube go up and around the tow hook. And we will slide the hex bolt through and we are just going to have that loosely installed for the time being. And we will go back and add our bolts here to the frame rail. Okay and what you may run across which I have here, is that when I go to put the bolts in here on the driver side after already putting them in the passenger side and the tow hook, is that the bolt holes are just a little bit off. And the reason that we have some of that variance is because the tow hooks are sometimes welded just a little bit off. So what I am going to do is actually remove the hitch from the tow hook and go ahead and put all four bolts in on the frame and come back and make the attachment to the tow hook. Okay and now that we have got all four bolts loosely installed to the frame we can come back over to the tow hook and make our connection there. With all of the bolts in place, I am going to go ahead and torque the bolts down to their specified torque rating. You will find that torque rating available in the directions. And over here when I am going to put the exhaust back up you can see that the hitch has a cut out for the hanger here on the inboard side. And now our installation is complete. This will conclude the installation of hitch part number V82163 on a 2008 Honda CRV.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2008-kia-sedona.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing Hidden Hitch part number 70761 on a 2008 Kia Sedona minivan. This application will also apply to Draw-Tite part number 75421. OK, we are underneath the vehicle, and we are looking at the drivers side frame rail. As you can see we have got three existing weld nuts here at the bottom of the frame, and these are going to provide our three attaching points for both sides of the vehicle. Also, here on the passengers side you can see our exhaust is in the way, so we are going to need to remove it off of its rear-most hanger. To remove the exhaust down, you can either remove it off of its rubber hanger or you can simply unbolt it from the bottom of the frame. OK, now that I have got my exhaust lowered here on the passengers side, the first thing we want to do before we try to put the hitch up is to go ahead and get those weld nuts cleaned out. To do so, we are just going to take a spray lubricant, like a WD-40, and then we are going to take a wire brush. For this purpose I am going to be using actually the top side of a battery terminal cleaner. And we are just going to run that into the weld nuts and spin that around a few times. And that will help to loosen up all the debris and road grime that are in there. All right, now that the weld nuts are thoroughly cleaned out, we can go ahead and put the hitch up into position. We are going to be using the 12-millimeter bolts and the conical-tooth washers for the installation in each of the weld nuts. OK, now that we have got the hitch up and the bolts tightened down, we are going to go back through and torque them down. We want to check with our directions to verify the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. OK, and with all our bolts torqued down and our exhaust put back up on its hanger, our installation will be complete. and this will conclude the installation of hitch part number 70761on a 2008 Kia Sedona.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2003-chrysler-town-and-country.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on a 2003 Chrysler Town and Country we are going to install part number 87717 from Hidden Hitch. First off we will show you where the hitch actually mounts up on the frame. It is going to mount up using existing bolts in the frame on one part and some existing holes further back in the frame. This is actually going to be identical on both sides of the vehicle. And also before you do your install when you take this bolt out spray it down with WD-40 or some kind of penetrate because over the years bolts inside here will get rusted shut and it is very easy to break the bolts. Our next step is to go ahead and install hardware into the frame. Then your access hole as listed in the instructions is this one right here and you will have to enlarge it to get the hardware in. However there is another way of doing it, we will show you how to do that today. Run your bolt leader out the back towards the end of the frame out through the bumper bracket and there is a little plastic piece there that you kinda have to push out of the way to get your hardware back through. But you can actually pull it all the way back through that way without having to enlarge the hole in the frame. Now I will go ahead and put our bolt into place then push that back in and pull it on through. All right we will do the same thing again for this bolt hole. Okay now we have that done with we can do the same thing for the other side. At this point we can go ahead and lift our hitch up into position. We will just go ahead and use a couple nuts to hold it in place while we get the rest of the hardware installed. We are going to leave all our hardware loose, so we can move the hitch around so we can make sure we get the factory bolts to go straight back into the bumper bracket. All right and at this point we can go ahead and snug down our bolts. Okay now we have our bolts snugged down now we can go ahead and torque the bolts down as specified in the instructions. All right and that finishes it for part number 87717 from Hidden Hitch.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2005-hyundai-santa-fe.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing Hidden Hitch part number 87419 on a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe. This hitch application will also apply for Draw-Tite part number 41543. Looking underneath the vehicle, we have gone ahead and removed the spare tire to get it out of the way. Looking at the drivers side frame rail, you can see we have got a bolt here at the end of the frame and three bolts that are attaching the tow hook to the frame, and then an extra weld nut here. Those are going to provide all of our attaching points here on the drivers side. And over here on the passengers side of the vehicle, you can see we have got a tow hook as well, with two bolts holding it in, and then one rearward in it. Those three will provide our attaching points here on the passengers side. You can see we have also got the exhaust here. So we are going to need to remove it off of its two rear-most hangers, as well as the forward-most hanger, up near the main crossmember. To help in the removal of the exhaust off of its hangers, I am going to go ahead and use a spray lubricant, like a WD-40, to spray the studs down. Before removing the exhaust off of its final hanger, I am going to make sure we put some kind of a support strap across the exhaust tube here. When you do remove the final hanger, the exhaust will want to fall down. Okay, with the bolts removed, we can go ahead and put the hitch up in position. In each of the weld nuts that we removed the bolt from, we will be replacing those with the 10-millimeter bolts with the conical-tooth washer. And for the forward-most weld nut here on the drivers side, we will be using the 12-millimeter bolt with the conical-tooth washer. Now that we have got all the bolts up into place, we can go back through and torque them down. You want to verify with the directions the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. Now that we have got our bolts torqued down, we just want to make sure we put our exhaust and our spare tire back up into place, and our installation will be complete. This will conclude the installation of hitch part number 87419 on a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe.
21 Oct 2010
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