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Lucky Strike

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About Lucky Strike

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    Dan

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  • Lexus Model
    Lx470
  • Lexus Year
    2001
  • Location
    Florida (FL)
  1. Hey guys, I had a long trip planned and knew my wheel bearings were really loose, my LX is a newer purchase and I'm working my way through the vehicle. Prior to purchase, the brakes were serviced at Lexus, so I thought they were done correctly - I was mistaken. I did a quick preload reset on them and shot a video on the process. I have new wheel bearings in hand just didn't have the time to install them so i felt comfortable reusing some items in the process, YMMV. Anyway hope this helps!
  2. Hey guys,I made a simple DIY tool that you can make for under $3 USD to grease your spindle bearings without messing with the wheel bearing lock nut, lock washer, or wheel bearing pre-load. This is great for annual services between wheel bearing repacks. The video is linked down below and it covers the entire process. The DIY tool lubricates the spindle bearing exactly the same as the slee tool besides the wheel bearing jam nut part. If you have any questions / comments let me know. Hope this helps you guys out.
  3. How To Video Coolant Tee Replacement

    Thank you!
  4. Hey guys i made a small video on how to replace the plastic coolant tees that get brittle with age and can crack / leak / break / leave you stranded. Its a fairly straight forward process, everything is covered in the video from tools to parts. If you have any questions let me know. Parts needed for this job: (1) Gallon of coolant - PN# 00272-1LLAC-01 (2) Coolant Tees - PN# 87248-60460 Optional, highly recommended parts for this job: (1) Coolant hose - PN# 87245-6A220 (1) Coolant hose - PN# 87245-6A210 (1) Coolant hose - PN# 87245-6A190 (1) Coolant hose - PN# 87245-6A180 (1) Coolant hose - PN# 87245-6A800 (1) Coolant hose - PN# 99556-20155
  5. How-To AHC Fluid Flush Video

    Hey guys,I put together a video on how to perform a fluid flush on the AHC system from start to finish using only 2.5L of fluid. Its a really straight forward process. If you've ever thought about doing it and weren't sure you could tackle it, hopefully the video will give you a good perspective on what is involved. If you have any questions let me know. https://youtu.be/2Q_8j7Pj0vU