Why did this Triumph Tiger lose it’s coolant? Considerations during assembly



In this video I talk about how important it is to confirm the diagnostic proof that you originally came up with. I can’t stress enough you need to verify the repairs you do.

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You will see that many of the tips and procedures used are universal for skill sets “every mechanic should know” and that the biggest value to my videos is the teaching of these skills that are not found in a service manual.

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Shane Conley
conleybuilt@gmail.com
As with any service procedure wear safety
glasses and use any other safety
equipment needed. Use the service manual
specific to the model and year you are working on.

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2 Comments to “Why did this Triumph Tiger lose it’s coolant? Considerations during assembly”

  1. You know most people I meet that wrench on bikes don't verify their repairs and when you ask why they say its because they don't have time they have too many bikes waiting. I have to wonder how many times they missed something and what is that costing them in the long run? Great video.

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