Bogie wheel replacement, Skidoo Elan restoration series #5! PowerModz!

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Bogie wheel replacement, Skidoo Elan restoration series #5! PowerModz!

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Billy Grasser
Billy Grasser 2 months ago

I like the old red Beach tool box in the back. I have the green Machinist chest and base at work

Dwayne Harvie
Dwayne Harvie 2 months ago

Just bought a 79 in the spring, it's a bit wobbly. Learning a few key things of what I should have worked on over the summer...

donald fee
donald fee 2 months ago

are you a sled mechanic??

donald fee
donald fee 2 months ago

vocational teacher

donald fee
donald fee 2 months ago

you should be a high school teacher

donald fee
donald fee 2 months ago

awsome orange

donald fee
donald fee 2 months ago

awsome oarnge and pressure wash

Dan Remington
Dan Remington 2 months ago

I pressed on my bearings flush with the end of the frame and now the wheels come off very easy by hand. Was I supposed to go farther onto the frame? I need to take this all apart again to see what's wrong.

deano matic
deano matic 2 months ago

when are you going to mod a f 7 cat?

Richard Luce
Richard Luce 2 months ago

An easy mod we used to do was add a grease zerk to the center bracket. Use press in type and tack it. Keeps the cross shaft from seizing in the tube.

Scope Galaxy 234
Scope Galaxy 234 2 months ago

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Jordan Little
Jordan Little 2 months ago

i guess no locktite and anti seize

ChristianX Z owner
ChristianX Z owner 2 months ago

Very helpful thkx for thos video!!πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ

Mark Richer
Mark Richer 2 months ago

What size and length screws did you use.

Oldschool Man
Oldschool Man 2 months ago

I was tired of breaking springs now We're running with double spring boggies. You can carry a passenger without bottoming out!

stevenwithanS
stevenwithanS 2 months ago

Would I be able to tell the correct decal kit for my 1975 250E by the serial number? I would like it to be original. I also have a '72 250, a '77 250 and a '75 300ss, not to mention the '72 Oly 399. Hope you can reply.

Delos Turner
Delos Turner 2 months ago

Hi Louis, I know you say I can find parts but I am needing Bogie wheel replacement and maybe a new track for a 1969 Polaris Mustang. Kempex only go to 1970. Well I find more parts from a dealer than trying to find them on line?

J E F F
J E F F 2 months ago

What size screw did you use?

Flexecute l
Flexecute l 2 months ago

Hey louis I am picking up an elan tomorrow for a rebuild and I am looking at kimpex for the wheels and it says something about a mobile flange? Do I need those as well?

Alexis
Alexis 2 months ago

what the website you buy your part?

Minedyourself Vlogs
Minedyourself Vlogs 2 months ago

great help

Owen Wiebe
Owen Wiebe 2 months ago

About ur degreaser, I find break cleaner works way better! It's pressurized like carb cleaner, and it's $6 a can but I buy it buy the case for $4 lol if u haven't tried it, give it a shot!!! And I love ur videos by the way!!

gabe nason
gabe nason 2 months ago

hey i have a ski doo elan 1972 250 i think i need to do what you did in that video do you think you could tell me what i need to do what you did like what i have to buy for partsΒ 

icy rc
icy rc 2 months ago

72 olympic 399 twin fan coold restoration

S-O Ryen
S-O Ryen 2 months ago

Where is episode #6 and up???

Keith Brettell
Keith Brettell 2 months ago

Are there any more vids of this restoration?

Chandler Campbell
Chandler Campbell 2 months ago

hey louis, i got my new flanges bearings and bogies..i installed them with some 10-24 x 3/4 inch long screws with locking nuts. but i noticed the two on the front have a slight amount of side to side play..i know its not the bearings because there brand new and really tight. is it just the flanges arn't tight to the bearing? should i tighten them more? hope to hear from ya thanks!

Tyler Shandorf
Tyler Shandorf 2 months ago

Please build the srv!!!

Kowalski K
Kowalski K 2 months ago

Great vid as always!
Personally I think I would go for double sealed bearings here. No maintenance, less messy, and no grease that leak out and deteriorate rubber. In suspensions, double sealed usually last just as long as greaseable bearings anyway.

saskATVguy
saskATVguy 2 months ago

Hey louis do you think its a huge difference between the rev and zx chassis? thinking about upgrading.

DANIEL DESIGNS
DANIEL DESIGNS 2 months ago

so youre going for an original resto on this?

Chandler Campbell
Chandler Campbell 2 months ago

Hey Louis, i just checked out Kimpex and ordered new flanges, bearings, and bogies for my 1971 ski-doo tnt 340 single. i also ordered a new exhaust ad rubber motor mounts from Greg Spaulding! ive been watching your videos for the last little while you do a great job making them! what size screws with the nuts did you use to re attach them?

Face Book
Face Book 2 months ago

What if you welded longer swing arms on the old pieces and then extended your springs ,it would make it ride higher up and change the look ,something to think about.

Josh Holloway
Josh Holloway 2 months ago

hey Louis you should of used double spring boogie wheels and use the rear spings Β out of a moto-ski nuvik or a Olympic. I used them in the 16 elan i had and it made a world of difference when us bigger fellows rode itΒ 

Jake Siemers
Jake Siemers 2 months ago

This is my first ever first! I normally wouldnt give a shit but figured hey, why not