I take it you are too embarrassed to ask any of the team members, but you can watch and see how they do it. However, here is the correct way to put on ALL safety equipment for football: HELMETS: Be sure your helmet fits your head well and is strapped on tight and the face guard is very important. This is the last piece of equipment you will put on before playing football. MOUTH GUARDS: Mouth guards should be fitted for your mouth by a dentist or purchased at sports stores. IF YOU WEAR A RETAINER, ALWAYS TAKE IT OUT BEFORE YOU START TO EXERCISE, PRACTICE, OR PLAY. Since you can't talk well with a mouth guard this also is one of the last pieces of equipment you would put in. Helmet, mouth guard before going on the field. WRIST, KNEE, AND ELBOW GUARDS: The wrists are usually taped well right past the knuckles of each hand. You would strap on your knee guards and elbow guards. PADS: You already know you need shin, elbow pads, and now you need shoulder, chest, hip and thigh pads. The shoulder pads are put on first and cover part of the chest. The hip and thigh pads go on next. PROTECTIVE CUP: SHOULD ALWAYS BE WORN! FOOTWEAR: You will require footwear with cleats. Be sure your footwear fits well. Then lace up! The footwear should go on before the shoulder pads because they are bulky. It makes it a little easier doing it this way. Then it's time to put your uniform on, put your mouth guard in, carry your helmet (if the rest of the team does) and get out on the field. Some players will not put their helmets or mouth guards on until they are on the side-lines with the coach and are called to play. If you are called off the field always wrap a blanket or something warm around you to keep your warmed up muscles warm and ready to go. Before starting to play warm up by running on the spot and stretching exercises. Running on the spot gets you pumped up and stretching exercises keeps you limber. Some players will pace back and forth on the sidelines.
Look at the pads you are replacing and put them on the same way.
The right way!
You should put the pads in the wrapping of the pads and then put it in a plastic and throw it in the dustbin. Never let it lie outside or unwrapped or flushed through the sewage system
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It should be the same way you put on a regular belt.
It is not considered to be grammatically correct to put a period after LLC. The proper way to write this appreviation is Business Name, LLC.
First jack car and remove tire. Remove caliper(2 hex screws). Then slide old pads out and put new pads in. Be sure to put new pads in the same way u took out old ones. Press in caliper with c- clamp, place caliper bak on rotorand thighten. Put tire back on, and pump brake pedal.
brake pads right wich means is has calipers, remove tire, take of the two bolts holding the caliper to the mount, pull out brake pads then using a c clame press back the piston all the way put in new pads and put back together.
remove the caliper. take out the pads. and be in posession of new ones. put them in the correct place. put them back on. if u don't kno what your doing get some one else who knows. and they can show you. yes that's the way you do it. don't tamper with the break lines. if u put ahole in it. the more u press on the break the more fluid will shoot out and ull have no break fluid and crash an stuff. yep
put it up your bum
That's not the correct way to use it.
The structure of a sentence refers to the way a sentence is put together. For example: "The brown was dog" is not the correct way to write a sentence. The correct way is: "The dog was brown".
the caliper dont get pressed in like normal ones they get screwed in till there all the way in then u put new pads on em dont forget to turn ur rotors or the new pads will get ate up
Either way is correct so , yes or no
Brake pads range from about 80-200$ with a most common price of about 100$. If you have someone else put them on it will usually cost closer to 200 dollars.
The correct spelling is "structure" (a building, or the way something is put together).
Yes you can put POB or you can put P.O. and then the number. Either way is correct and your letter will get there.
Either underline or put i n quotations. NOT BOTH
BIG,lets put it that way! I dont know exactly. lol.
If I am correct 'put out' mean have sex, right..? If that is true then that's disgusting, she is 14 and way to young to have sex.
Most of them. Anyone has access to Wikianswers, so anyone can put an answer. Some people put nonsense answers that don't make sense, and that aren't correct. But another user can put different answer that is correct. But sometimes, it's the other way around. But eventually the correct answer comes up.
Correct way to address an envelope to Management and Staff is: Management & Staff, Doe Enterprises, 0000 46th Street, *Put city and zip code.
One way that you can do this is to post the video to YouTube. Then, download the link when creating your Yahoo Fantasy Football message board.
The correct way is the way you enjoy it.
you would install the breaks the same way you do the front ones. 1. open hood , remove cap from brake fluide container . 2. loose wheel ,then jack up ,secure car ,remove nuts on wheel ,take wheel off . 3. loosen the main bolt holding pads together. 4. remove pads 5. place pads on newspaper , remove metal frame from old pads. 6. place new pads on newspaper ,spray brake glue to back of pads 7. put metal frame on new pads. 8. place brake lube on bolt to make brakes work easier 9.install both pads back into harness , use break pusher(clamp) to put pads into place. 10. tighten the break harness bolt (don't over do tightness of the bolt), put wheel back on , put nuts back on then lower car . done repeat each step for each wheel.