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Autumn Blaze Maple Update
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  • grampathegrey
    grampathegrey Day ago

    looks pretty flimsy compared to the older American presses .

    • 15to70
      15to70 Day ago

      This is my first press so I have nothing to compare it to, but it does not feel flimsy at all. Seems like it will hold up for decades of occasional use.

  • Iris Chazes
    Iris Chazes Day ago

    Me encanta El fiesta ahi encontramos Todo lo k nesesitamos El fiesta es un corazon sin El no vivimos me encanta El fiesta...❤️

  • Fraser_02
    Fraser_02 11 days ago

    Good for beginner triathlon?

    • 15to70
      15to70 11 days ago

      For the price, yes.

  • Alex Contreras
    Alex Contreras 23 days ago

    Do an update on this tree

    • 15to70
      15to70 22 days ago

      @Alex Contreras As of a few months ago the tree was gone so it either died from not being watered over summer, or someone cut it down. It was super healthy so my guess is that it was cut down on purpose.

    • Alex Contreras
      Alex Contreras 22 days ago

      @15to70 Why?

    • 15to70
      15to70 23 days ago

      Unfortunately, it looks like it was cut down!

  • Alex Lopez
    Alex Lopez 28 days ago

    I wonder if these shifters could be a viable replacement for the old Dia-Compe stem-mounted shifters.

    • 15to70
      15to70 28 days ago

      I think it depends on how the dia-comps shift? These are indexed rear, non-indexed front. Not positive but I also think the rear would need to be set up almost identically in order to shift properly.

  • Railway Boomin
    Railway Boomin Month ago

    Do you still have this lawn and wouldn’t mind selling the engine cover?

    • 15to70
      15to70 Month ago

      This one is long gone, I fixed these for fun so usually tried to get rid of them as quickly as possible. This is a common engine though, so I don't think it would be too hard to find parts on ebay or craigslist.

  • Jarrett Smith
    Jarrett Smith Month ago

    Well, I guess after years of firing people for suggesting raising its price, Jack sold out. His namesake 99 cent Jumbo Jack is no more...

  • Vintage Vinny DIY
    Vintage Vinny DIY 2 months ago

    Wrong wrong wrong

    • 15to70
      15to70 2 months ago

      What's wrong?

  • Wear Montgomery
    Wear Montgomery 2 months ago

    @wic t.

  • K L
    K L 2 months ago

    Were you in Southern California?

    • K L
      K L 2 months ago

      @15to70 thank you so much! I appreciate the info.

    • 15to70
      15to70 2 months ago

      @K L Find a local nursery and have them special order what you want, directly from their supplier. It's a lot easier than trying to ship in from a different state. If you're in CA, you can also try ordering from a nursery in northern California since they will have a much wider selection of temperate plants and can ship pretty much anything within state lines. Ebay is a good place to look, too.

    • K L
      K L 2 months ago

      @15to70 Thank you! All the places I tried buying plants from wouldn't ship to me because it's not the right zone.

    • 15to70
      15to70 2 months ago

      Yes this is in San Diego, Ca., about 10 miles from the coast.

  • life with Haley
    life with Haley 2 months ago

    bich wtf is this???

  • Andy Freeman
    Andy Freeman 2 months ago

    What's the green plug on the left?

    • 15to70
      15to70 2 months ago

      @Andy Freeman I have never used it myself, but I remember a few reviews mentioned that it did not work that well. I just use a broom when needed because it's much faster for me.

    • Andy Freeman
      Andy Freeman 2 months ago

      @15to70 does it do a good job getting the grass off

    • 15to70
      15to70 2 months ago

      Deck wash. You can connect a garden hose to clean the wet grass off without having to flip the mower over.

  • Robeft Yearian
    Robeft Yearian 3 months ago

    Its the float

  • George Malyk
    George Malyk 3 months ago

    How much does it weigh?

  • George Malyk
    George Malyk 3 months ago

    How much does this bike weigh?

    • George Malyk
      George Malyk 3 months ago

      15to70 Thx

    • 15to70
      15to70 3 months ago

      About 24 pounds. For how solid and inexpensive this bike is, that's a great weight.

  • Mr xXx
    Mr xXx 3 months ago

    best road bike for the price EVERRRR

  • Yousif Matty
    Yousif Matty 3 months ago

    Chain

  • Doug R
    Doug R 3 months ago

    That can is actually from the mid 1970s.

    • Doug R
      Doug R 3 months ago

      @15to70 Yes indeed, I used to buy it in the 1970s.

    • 15to70
      15to70 3 months ago

      Are you familiar with this brand? I found it with a bunch of other stuff from the 40s/50s, and the design seems to be from that era. I made this video so quickly that I totally missed that huge UPC which puts it at least mid-70s if not newer, right?

  • That one 2016 Meme
    That one 2016 Meme 4 months ago

    I'm in Alabama listening to this and want to go back because of how nice and beautiful it can be

  • Garrett Johnston
    Garrett Johnston 4 months ago

    It's over dude come on what was in this video anyway it was clouds whip pee He never knew there was clouds before

  • Mike Jorgenson
    Mike Jorgenson 5 months ago

    Run it more and change the fuel air ratio that’s what I had to do to mine

  • María Fernanda Daza Vergara

    hello, I would like to know what the press measures are...

    • 15to70
      15to70 5 months ago

      The basket is 14 liters. Overall size of the press is about 54 cm wide x 70 cm high.

  • Jan Delahoussaye
    Jan Delahoussaye 5 months ago

    Been having $12 carb off amazon on mine for years now works great

  • RainSharpShot
    RainSharpShot 5 months ago

    Do you think I could put WD40 in there instead of oil?

    • 15to70
      15to70 5 months ago

      No. WD40 would work but would only last a few hours of run time. It's too thin, you need to use something like 30 weight motor oil. Even a drop of oil from the dipstick of your car would work great.

  • TheSkilledKiller
    TheSkilledKiller 5 months ago

    I have the same smoker. How do you stop the chips from catching fire? I’m following the manual and the child always catch fire. I’ve also noticed it’s hard to get and keep and solid temperature.

    • 15to70
      15to70 5 months ago

      @TheSkilledKiller Yes that's pretty much it, I slide it on top of where the chip pan normally goes. And I just start the smoker a few minutes early to let the pan heat up. I throw the wood in right away...soon as I see smoke I know it's ready to go.

    • TheSkilledKiller
      TheSkilledKiller 5 months ago

      15to70 is give it a try!!! I just purchased a cast iron a few days ago, so do I put the cast iron on top of the chip pan, blast the heat and turn it down once the chunks smoke? I love the smoker, managing temps is a pain lol

    • 15to70
      15to70 5 months ago

      That's why I added the cast iron pan, it lets the wood smolder instead of catch fire. I also use chunks of wood, not store-bought chips. If you use chips, be sure to soak them first. If that doesn't help, you can try adding a layer of aluminum foil under the chips. But the cast iron pan is really cheap and lets you use any type of wood, from sawdust to small limbs, without catching fire. Try cranking the heat up a little and opening the vents a little more - this will burn a little more propane but will help hold a stead temperature even in cold or breezy weather. The cast iron pan also helps because it retains heat and keeps the wood from catching fire when you crank up the flame.

  • Chris Rath
    Chris Rath 6 months ago

    What size cast iron skillet do you use to cover the burner?

    • Chris Rath
      Chris Rath 6 months ago

      15to70 thank you!

    • 15to70
      15to70 6 months ago

      9.5 inch for this smoker. It was advertised as a "tortilla griddle" when I bought it.

  • my kids
    my kids 6 months ago

    I will buy that go-kart from you for $100 if you give it to me how does Michigan State

  • Kbri Selam
    Kbri Selam 6 months ago

    When I was driving on here to going Imperial,PA from Atlanta Georgia 🇬🇪 men was scary and almost crying 😭

  • TheAugustine
    TheAugustine 6 months ago

    I always oiled the inside... Oh no!

    • TheAugustine
      TheAugustine 6 months ago

      Ya it just burned off This really helped Thanks!

    • 15to70
      15to70 6 months ago

      Did anything bad even happen when you did? I bet lots of people have done that and I think it would just burn off after a few minutes?

  • Tyler 100
    Tyler 100 6 months ago

    I hate stalling

  • earl babcock
    earl babcock 7 months ago

    So what was the problem?

    • 15to70
      15to70 7 months ago

      Been a while now but I think this one just needed the carb cleaned out - no rebuild or new parts. I do remember I didn't have to put any money into it...ran great after cleaning it out and running a tank of fresh premium (91) through it.

  • BeachBoi225
    BeachBoi225 7 months ago

    New clutch

  • This is my old yt channel new one is Thegamer 386

    Same thing that's happening to me. Bro did u fix it or no

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    赵伟娜 8 months ago

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  • Ricky Roop
    Ricky Roop 9 months ago

    How tall are you? I'm trying to get my 1st road bike and IDK if I'm going to need a 50cm bike or what size for me.

  • thehappypine
    thehappypine 9 months ago

    How tall are you? I’m 6’3 and the large size of this model is 58cm. I have no clue if I’m too big.

    • Joshua Oliveras
      Joshua Oliveras 8 months ago

      thehappypine that’s exactly why I got it. I needed something cheap to get me where I needed to go. But not junk. Ride to the gym. Do what I need to do. Ride back.

    • thehappypine
      thehappypine 8 months ago

      Joshua Oliveras thanks I think I’m sold! I just need something to commute to work and the gym without spending an arm and a leg. This looks great.

    • Joshua Oliveras
      Joshua Oliveras 9 months ago

      thehappypine I’ve only had mine for about a week. I got it tuned at a bike shop so the bike runs at it’s full potential. And honestly I love it. I only have about 70 miles on it but I haven’t had any issues at all. I debated this bike or going a more expensive route. I’m glad I went with this. As long as I do general maintenance I don’t see it breaking down on me anytime soon.

    • thehappypine
      thehappypine 9 months ago

      Joshua Oliveras do you recommend it? I’m skeptical with the quality at its price.

    • Joshua Oliveras
      Joshua Oliveras 9 months ago

      I'm 6'5 and just got the 58cm. You definitely won't be to big

  • Richard Nielson
    Richard Nielson 9 months ago

    looks just like the frame I have and the identical enduro 5hp Tecumseh. Fun little kart.

  • The great outdoors
    The great outdoors 9 months ago

    Is this for sale I would buy how much 200?

    • The great outdoors
      The great outdoors 9 months ago

      15to70 oh that sounds awesome thanks

    • 15to70
      15to70 9 months ago

      Sold this one a couple years ago for $400. After I rebuilt the stock carb, it was one of the most reliable and fun carts I've ever owned.

  • arthur james
    arthur james 9 months ago

    where did you buy the wood?

    • 15to70
      15to70 9 months ago

      I have Catalina Cherry trees growing in my yard, so I just cut however much I need when I'm going to smoke. Black cherry is very similar and you can usually find bags on Amazon. Fruit wood (apple, cherry, orange, etc.) is easy to use since it doesn't need to be dried - you can cut some off and throw it right in the smoker.

  • Bharath Bharath
    Bharath Bharath 10 months ago

    Not ronig and ronig video upload

  • Jaime Diebel
    Jaime Diebel 10 months ago

    What was the top speed on your kart

    • Jaime Diebel
      Jaime Diebel 10 months ago

      @15to70 appreciate the info

    • 15to70
      15to70 10 months ago

      ​@Jaime Diebel Pretty sure this had the stock sprockets/gearing. Sold the kart a couple years ago so I don't have a way to check now. One of my videos might have a clear enough shot to count the teeth but I doubt it!

    • Jaime Diebel
      Jaime Diebel 10 months ago

      I got the hm100

    • Jaime Diebel
      Jaime Diebel 10 months ago

      @15to70 what's gear ratio did you use? I'm asking cuz I'm in the middle of the build trying to figure out what parts to buy

    • 15to70
      15to70 10 months ago

      I'm guessing right around 20 mph? It wasn't very fast but had good torque. The stock steering and brakes were touchy at top speed on this kart, so I wouldn't have wanted to go much faster without some upgrades.

  • Kelly Fletcher
    Kelly Fletcher 10 months ago

    wow so great video....................

  • Matt Gray
    Matt Gray 10 months ago

    If your brake pads are squealing, then look at their adjustment. The front of the pads should touch just before the rear of the pads. If the pad touches flush, then it can squeal.

    • Matt Gray
      Matt Gray 10 months ago

      @15to70 Good point. Removing them and softly scuffing the surface of the pads with sandpaper might remove any glazing which could be contributing to the noise. Either way, it's a good deal!

    • 15to70
      15to70 10 months ago

      I did try adjusting them a few times, but nothing seemed to help much, and the noise was a bit different from the typical squealing. It was almost metallic sounding. The rim sidewalls were finely grooved/slotted and I think this had something to do with it. The brakes worked really well so I figured the noise was a fair trade off on a bike this price.

  • Michael Turner
    Michael Turner 10 months ago

    More than half the transistors in this thing are fake, and don't actually do anything. Because at the time it was made and sold, the more the transistor count, the better perceived it was.

  • Larry Smith
    Larry Smith 10 months ago

    U want to sale it. Serious buyer

    • Larry Smith
      Larry Smith 10 months ago

      Awesome thanks

    • 15to70
      15to70 10 months ago

      @Larry Smith I've been meaning to post an update for a couple years now. Someday soon I hope! Best place to look for one is bmxmuseum or ebay.

    • Larry Smith
      Larry Smith 10 months ago

      Been trying to find one. Great bike;-) u should do a update video!

    • 15to70
      15to70 10 months ago

      This bike has been fully restored now.

  • C R
    C R 10 months ago

    How is the thermometer on the grill?

    • 15to70
      15to70 10 months ago

      Mine was fairly accurate - usually within 20 °F of my hanging oven thermometer. But I've heard it's kind of hit or miss, some are off by 50 to 100 °F.

  • Fishin The 910
    Fishin The 910 10 months ago

    I bought the same one for my daughter, traded an older item for it. I too am in the process of rebuilding it.

    • 15to70
      15to70 10 months ago

      Great Kart for a kid. Plenty of power but not too fast, and easy to work on.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY 10 months ago

    Bro do you live in San Diego or Pennsylvania

  • michael payne
    michael payne 11 months ago

    My only suggestion is to always brine your turkey what it says on the turkey that it’s been pre-brined it’s usually a joke don’t ever believe those always brighten your turkeys

  • Stuart Poovey
    Stuart Poovey 11 months ago

    Best part is keep it simple on the spices let the smoke do the job its smoked turkey not smoked apples or whatever Thank You !

  • Orrin Sandelin
    Orrin Sandelin 11 months ago

    Oil caps gon bro

    • Jon Torres
      Jon Torres 3 months ago

      This engine came from factory with 2 plugs but the one you see in the video is blocked off at the factory and non functional.

  • Serlok Brixe
    Serlok Brixe 11 months ago

    That location doesn't have cheese curds? I'm sorry.

  • Call me Mr. Tibbs
    Call me Mr. Tibbs 11 months ago

    Thanks for keeping it simple. I have the same smoker, will be smoking my first turkey this year

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY 11 months ago

    ok. what soil did you plant it in?

    • Some random GUY
      Some random GUY 11 months ago

      @15to70 i asked this because i might plant an acer rubrum redpointe. it seems like it might do better, but grow slower.

    • 15to70
      15to70 11 months ago

      I think I used a mix of like 70/30 native soil to miracle grow garden soil. I also added Espoma soil acidifier. I wanted the tree to get off to a good start, but didn't want to change the native soil too much. I really wanted to see if it would thrive in the native soil as it got bigger.

  • David Kaul
    David Kaul Year ago

    Actually u should started it and let it get hot,the bearing is a copper sleeve in the bell housing ,being hot it will boil water base junk then soak in the oil.its better to remove clip on bell aply high temp greese to sleeve,it's the red stuff.it will never burn off.500 degree melt temp .

  • Jom
    Jom Year ago

    How much it cost if i want to convert to sti?

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Depends on what parts you use, where you get them, and if they are new or used. But my rough estimate would probably be about $100 USD if you shop carefully. Much more if you bought new parts all at once, or possibly even free if you could pull the needed parts from throw-away bikes.

  • ajp368
    ajp368 Year ago

    I bought it and took it back already ,threads didn't hold up and it's not USA, I just ordered pleasant hill maximizer

  • Sohrab Safari
    Sohrab Safari Year ago

    Hello.I'm making a kart with Honda 70c.please chat with me.thanks.

  • ajp368
    ajp368 Year ago

    how are the the threads on on t handle holding up ,is it made in usa

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      TSM website says all of their products are made in Buffalo, NY. The threads still look great. This feels like a product that will last a lifetime if it's used a few times per year and cleaned/stored properly. It's fun to use and I haven't had any problems with it at all.

  • Jesse Davis
    Jesse Davis Year ago

    What’s the difference between this one and the orginal Vilano 21 speed. On amazon I see the 2.0 and I see the other one. The 2.0 came out in 2016 and the other came out on 2011 I think

    • Jesse Davis
      Jesse Davis Year ago

      15to70 thanks brother.

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      The small (50cm) should be a good fit for you, and you can make extra adjustments to get the fit just right, if necessary.

    • Jesse Davis
      Jesse Davis Year ago

      15to70 ok well I’m a short guy 5’5 and my arms or short do you think the bike will be to long to reach the handle bars or they kinda close

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Per their website: "The TUONO 2.0 has been updated with an all new look featuring anodized spacers, skewer and hubs." So not much, sounds mostly cosmetic.

  • X6800
    X6800 Year ago

    Wow. Just found a Craftsman 21" 4.75 HP that looks similar to this one. No side discharge, but bagging/mulching instead.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    what fertilizer did you use as weekly fertilizer? what is the brand name?

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      I would try miracle grow if you want to use it every week. I used a generic nitrogen fertilizer but it's easy to burn the tree that way, especially if you're not giving the tree lots of water.

  • Hubert Matos
    Hubert Matos Year ago

    Ese mercado es clasico basura y super caro, aca en California a mercados como ese lo cerrarian por manipular precios..

  • Roy Bermea
    Roy Bermea Year ago

    Bought one of these mowers in 2017 started having problems with it bogging down , rpm going up and down! Still under warranty but all the Sears stores have closed in my area, nearest service stores a hundred and fifty miles away! Next time I will go to Lowe's and buy one!

    • B J
      B J 11 months ago

      Same. I replaced it once at Sears before it closed... Same problem happ3nd to the new one... Dont waste ur time and money on the Briggs&Stratt.. Just today I got the Honda at Lowe's on sale for $150! Flawless... so far...

    • Roy Bermea
      Roy Bermea Year ago

      Thank you! I'm going to work on it myself!

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Yep my local Sears is gone now too. Sounds like you just need to clean the carb. Not hard, and not expensive to have done if you don't want to mess with it yourself.

  • chance kiki
    chance kiki Year ago

    How do you like this press would you recommend it?

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Just used it this weekend. Works great and I highly recommend it.

  • Peggy LeBoeuf
    Peggy LeBoeuf Year ago

    Drinks

  • Mike Berg
    Mike Berg Year ago

    I had an old tecumseh engine on a craftsman eager 1...decided to get the only carb available for it for $10....flooded out of the box....so I looked and realized float needed adjustment...ok pissed off but no biggie I'll adjust it even though it should be good out of box....problem solved but not for very long....ends up flooding and in no time the cheap as can be gasket tore from the gas....I have had flooding carbs before and the gaskets on those are worth more than this entire chinese copy cat carburetor. Anyways I have to buy a new carb....new carb runs great for 10 minutes then starts flooding. I think the float is sticking to the emulsion/main jet housing or something else is going on. I'm done buying new carbs though and having the same issue happen. It's very sad because this motor has great compression and still has many years left in it but it is useless with the carburetors the way they make them (chinese imitation)

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Yep. Buy 5, hope one works, return the rest.

  • Donald White
    Donald White Year ago

    Great piece. I will purchase for 100 dollars

  • xyzllii
    xyzllii Year ago

    Thanks for showing how huge they can grow..!

  • Vanessa Sanchez
    Vanessa Sanchez Year ago

    on sale

  • punkrockguy1978
    punkrockguy1978 Year ago

    And could you maybe upload a simple video of the carburetor and the arms and springs so I can see if mines all correct I just bought it today for 100 bucks.

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      I sold this bike and bought a Coleman CT200U a few years ago, but if you search "doodle bug" you should be able to find lots of good info.

  • punkrockguy1978
    punkrockguy1978 Year ago

    what oil did you use mines doing the sane with the clutch and where did you place the drops? Thanks

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Pretty much any motor oil will work - I once used a few drops right off the dipstick of my truck so we could keep riding. ru-clip.com/video/jjF5eZqutU8/video.html

  • caveman racing
    caveman racing Year ago

    Generac carburetor is not designed to be constantly changing RPM it's designed to start up and then straight up to redline and run wide open for long amount of times

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      That makes sense. The design in more or less the same, but they probably focus on getting passable performance at WOT and cut corners everywhere else when machining them.

  • _LuckyBlack-
    _LuckyBlack- Year ago

    Justamente Ahora voy a fiesta

  • Roulette Dan
    Roulette Dan Year ago

    That's a place I would like to visit

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      It's free to visit and easy to get to. Great rafting and lots of other stuff to do in the area, too.

  • T B
    T B Year ago

    perfect capture

  • Skulldriver101
    Skulldriver101 Year ago

    needs a 22mm mikuni

  • truthloveandhonor

    Hey. I just got a GT Vertigo for a good price and it is in amazong shape. I also just got a late 90's Dyno Compe for a steal and I have a problem. i just got back into bikes and am going to do some upgrades like skyway mags for the Vertigo. The Dyno Compe fteewheel is siezed or something. it pedals both forward and backward and when you ride it you cant pedal backwards. When I flip the bike over and pedal it with my hand the pedals keep going with the wheel, they dont stop and it seems to be siezed. Its all origonal. What do you think the problem is. I found on acebmx freewheels for about $10 but I'd like to try and save this one if I can. I love how the origional ones sound. My Vertigo freewheel is great but something is way wrong with the Dyno Compe. It sat in storage and I was cleaning it today after I bought it. Any help would be great. Thanks for the tip in this video.

    • WBM III
      WBM III 4 months ago

      Thx for this short and specific video... externally helpful and efficient. Off to the basement to crack this sucker loose. Preciate Cha’ !

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Glad that worked for you! Always nice to be able to fix & keep an original part on a bike.

    • truthloveandhonor
      truthloveandhonor Year ago

      15to70 Dude thanks alot! After letting it soak in wd40 and penetrating oil, I did what you did in this video and it broke loose! I didnt even need to take it fully apart. I flushed it good with wd40 and it sounds awesome and is moving freely. Thanks a million. I really thought that wheel was a total loss before I saw this video. 👍

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      If you're trying to save that freewheel I wouldn't recommend opening it up with it still stuck like that. It sounds like a new freewheel is the way to go, you can always try to rebuild the original one later. You can try PB Blaster on the freewheel - should come right off once you have the tool.

    • truthloveandhonor
      truthloveandhonor Year ago

      15to70 Yeah that is the problem. I took the wheel off last night and it wont even spin. The freewheel is literally siezed on there. I soaked it good in wd40 and was getting all the rust off of it. The thing just wont move at all. I need to get it off because the wheel is in excellent shape. I will try what you said to do. I will get a freewheel remover tool and try to get it off. I also soaked it last night in some penetrating oil. Will I be able to get the piece off in this video with the piece the removal tool is made for still on there?

  • lobonegro04
    lobonegro04 Year ago

    it's a shame my maple tree is drying.

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      There are probable some good videos on here that might help you identify the problem.

  • lobonegro04
    lobonegro04 Year ago

    it is a beautiful tree..congratulations.

  • Caleb Hackett
    Caleb Hackett Year ago

    The bike seat can tilt! It has teeth that makes somewhat large adjustments, but it does work.

  • frenchis19
    frenchis19 Year ago

    How do you clean the carburetor on this one?

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Google "Briggs 104m". I haven't had to clean mine yet but I'm assuming it's a standard briggs carb and should be pretty easy to clean out.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    Last question, do you use pesticides? If you do, what kind?

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      I didn't need to, nothing seemed to be very interested in this tree. Lots of grubs in the soil but they didn't seem to bother the tree either. For most trees, I use malathion when needed. Not everyone likes to use it, but a little bit can go a long way if used correctly.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    My maple grows at half the speed, new growth takes 3 weeks to grow 2 inches, yours grows like super fast, before you moved, what did u feed to this tree?

    • Dar El Barka
      Dar El Barka Year ago

      Yes - What did you do to make it grow this fast.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    How’d ya get it to grow so fast? Mine grows at half the speed.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    How’d ya get it to grow so fast, mine grows at half the speed

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      In SoCal it's ok to fertilize right through fall. Just not too much at once or you can burn the tree. There's no real winter to worry about in zones 9-11 so no risk of die-back on the new growth.

    • Some random GUY
      Some random GUY Year ago

      o i thought you fertilize in spring

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      lots of water, and weekly fertilizer

  • Jesus777 E
    Jesus777 E Year ago

    What city you in cuz that stuff is overpriced

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      This was in Rancho Mirage, CA

  • J H
    J H Year ago

    Bought it new and mowed yard 20 times. It hasn't started since and Sears wouldn't honor the warranty. My advice is to buy a reliable brand like Honda.

    • B J
      B J 11 months ago

      Happened to mine.. returned the first one I bought at Sears and I only used it 3x! The second time around it happened again.. So I sprayed Carb Cleaner inside the carb underneather the air filter and got it to run.. but I have to do that EVERYTIME I do a first start... so, I went to Lowe's and picked up the Honda on sale for $150! On veterans day... No more Briggs& Stratt for me... Stay away... you have been Warned!

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Briggs engines have always been very reliable for me, and when there's a starting issue it's usually related to the carb. If it runs with starting fluid, drain your old gas, flush out the carb and fuel lines, and try again with fresh premium gas. I've owned Hondas, both consumer and commercial. They cut great but are more complex and can also be a huge pain to get started sometimes.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    Any more reviews? It’s 2018.

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Some random GUY I moved so I'm not sure how it's doing. Was super healthy as of 2 years ago.

  • Soumil Yarlagadda

    that tree to the far right has fall color???!!

    • 15to70
      15to70 2 months ago

      Yes the tree with fall color is Liquidambar styraciflua, also known as sweetgum.

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    Where did u buy it

    • Some random GUY
      Some random GUY Year ago

      Surprisingly good tree for eBay, and thx for the advice!

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      ebay. But I would not recommend buying trees there. One seller was admitted he was selling Autumn Blaze "seedlings" from his back yard (seedlings won't be true autumn blaze) and the other shipped me red maples instead of Autumn Blaze. I really recommend calling a nursery directly to make sure you get the correct trees.

  • Hello Hello
    Hello Hello Year ago

    Non adjustable seat?! I never heard of that! It doesn't look like it, prove it's not adjustable.

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      I no longer have this bike but I think it was only the very first bikes that shipped with the fixed seat. I'd never seen a post like it before. Newer versions shipped with an adjustable post.

  • ColeThe Reaper
    ColeThe Reaper Year ago

    Oreo is. The best on the menu no wonder its deluxe my favorite

  • sploofmonkey
    sploofmonkey Year ago

    You could get bull horn handle bars and move the shifters right up to the brake levers, not sure how ergonomic that would be but worth a try.

  • sploofmonkey
    sploofmonkey Year ago

    Those shifters are a take on a Suntour version from 1980s. Suntour put a similar thumb changing mechanism and built it right into the brake lever. The shifter levers were on the inside of both brake levers, and it was pretty ergonomic, and forerunner to the modern STI system. In the 1990s Shimano made a thumb shifting SIS system built for mountain bike handle bars and branded it STI but the shifter and brake lever were not one component.

  • gokartbuilder
    gokartbuilder Year ago

    i found a 50 dollar go kart at my local junkyard it had a Honda GX120 engine

  • Some random GUY
    Some random GUY Year ago

    Oh my god it is doing really well

  • BLUExEYEDxSLICKT

    Thank you for this info. Its a faster quick fix for me and worked like a charm along with moving the engine forward and tightening the tensioner on our monster moto 80 cc mini bike We just got earlier this week. After half a day of riding it started to stall and make a bad noise from the clutch and your video worked wonders using oil for chains and other things I found in my garage from years and years ago lol. Oiled the chain and that same spot on our bike and lord behold its been driving like a dream for 2 days now. I’ll try and do that oiling method daily to make sure it dont come back. The stalling and bad noise at stop was bad and your method fixed it.

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Glad it helped you!

  • Nathan York
    Nathan York Year ago

    I know this video been a few years back but ty for video and all looks delicious

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Thanks! Just got new smoker I want to test out so hopefully I can make a new video soon.

  • Jenny Greer
    Jenny Greer Year ago

    I got a after market carb off ebay, put on a go cart it poured gas out the throat of the carb. Took it apart readjusted the float still the same. Cleaned it nothing. The old carb idles fine touch the gas and it does the bahhhhhhhh thing. Any ideas?

    • Jenny Greer
      Jenny Greer Year ago

      15to70. Yeah cleaned it with carb cleaner and soaked about 5 hours in parts cleaner

    • 15to70
      15to70 Year ago

      Sounds like it might be the needle in the new carb. With the bowl off you can check to see if it's still leaking when you push up on the float. Have you already soaked & cleaned the old carb and adjusted the mixture?