drop the rear wheel, brake and swingarm, remove the inner and outer primary cases, starter, primary drive, clutch, etc....install new belty, don't pinch it or bend it smaller than a 5" arc, reverse the procedure, connect battery, set belt tension...happy trails
How do you change oil in a 2000 heritage softail? Are there 3 plugs to remove or just two?
how do you change oil
what kind of question is this?
How do I change drive belt on a 95 heritage softail
The drain plug is located between the shocks.
Chemical and physical changes are not similar. Chemical change: a process in which the nature of molecules is changed. Ex.: burning, precipitation, decomposition. Physical change: a proces which don't imply a change in the nature of molecules. Ex.: melting, boiling, freezing.
the process is called melting, just imagine an ice cube= solid water = liquid and steam= gas then you'll remember
3 quarts dry 2.5 quarts wet
they are similar because they both change into something
3 quart of synthetic oil
Well, if you know how to bleed your breaks, then its probably a similar process, like leaking your breaks, or were you put in gasoline...
pull off the drain hose at the bottom of the oil tank, (same as a Softail oil drain).
i imagine that its possible
I'm trying to change my oil on my 08 heritage softail. I located a drain plug under the bike but that doesn't seem to be it. I believe it is the transmission oil and now I have two problems. I would like to know how to add and check the transmission fluid and how and where to locate the oil drain plug. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have a 2002 softail standard. The drain plug is actually in the frame under the right side. Near the rear foot peg. It is an Allen bolt. When you remove it it has an O ring where it seats. Check to make sure it is not damaged before you replace the drain plug.
to change dessimilar fractions to similar fractions you divide
It has in ways you can not imagine.......
Heat is needed. Component composition is important. component colour and product colour is not similar. The process is almost impossible to reverse. The change is chemical. The properties of the component and the product is not similar.
You just copy/pasted a question from your homework, but forgot to inform us who "they" are. So we can't answer your teacher's question.
A continuous of change
any phase change process is an isothermal process,where the change of heat takes place at a constant temperature
It is NOT a physical change is is a CHEMICAL process.