www.LanceCampeau.com Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to change your Tomos A55 or A35 transmission fluid.
cant say thanks enough lance you rock bro!
Hi any difference between using type F vs 10W30?
Olfixjmm- there’s a wedge bolt that holds the pedal in place. There’s also a spring that puts outward pressure on the pedal arm that also makes it hard to remove. Take the nut off, with some pressure push the pedal arm towards the moped and use a small hammer or rubber mallet to (on the thread side) knock the wedge bolt out. Don’t hit too hard or too soft. But mke sure you’re pushing the pedal arm with good force otherwise you may end up damaging the bolt threads. Do this with the threads facin
Hi lance. I have a 2008 streetmate with 250 miles on it. Its a pedal. How do i get the pedal crank off to remove my engine cover? Please respond asap.
wow i didnt know americans drive mopeds especialy tomos :O
your clutches are gone in either first or second gear i had the same prob i took it apart and did the modification i replaced the old cork pads with leather works great hope that helped..
Great vid!! Not too complicated!!
I did the ATF oil change on my dad’s Tomos s25/2 with A3 Engine 9 days ago ( the oil was gray,black. ) And i didn’t has the right Funnel the put the ATF oil in. So my dad made one from paper.
seriously. thanks soooo much for all these videos
Thanks so very much for posting this. I changed the transmission oil in my new-to-me streetmate last night. Wish I could make it out to Poutine Ride IV, but I’ve got nuptials to attend out-of-province!
@LanceCampeau my 1st gear hits it max stalls in first giver a heavy rumble then i have to release the throttle and punch it in till it shifts do you know the problem?
not my video!
Nice video, great help, thanks,
well did this job on my tomos (S25/2)
the oil that came from it looked so bad it was grey and thin, and smelled like gasoline :/
hey thanks for the vid but i have used 15W40 on a old puch maxi without gears but do i need the types you showed.
is the oil for the gears that shift or is it for the crankshaft?
Excellent video! Thanks. This will help me keep my Revival purring!
Thanks for making this video..i think if i did not watch it i might have made the mistake of not removing the bleed screw on side of the tranny on my tomos A35..i hope to change the oil shortly..can you say if ..ATF Type F/A Auto Transmission Fluid..is suitable ? theres not a great choice of ATF fluids in the uk
but i prefer to use ATF fluid rather than 10w/30 engine oil..nice video well done
u can put more fluid in to shift later right? how else can u make it faster? im like 180 and would like to take my gf on it so like combined weight of 300. i live in pa so theres alot of hills but i wana be able to do like 40+ i no i need to drop size in sprocket and remove the packing posibly add more fluid, modify the airbox, how do i know what size jet to do with the carb?
i like tomos bikes….
I bought a tomas for £5 at school when young but it had the transmission on other side- a 2 speed clutch. shit slow!
there r so many tunable peds out there why a tomas?
Nice video. Very informative. I change my transmission fluid every 2000 miles.
If you let the fluid drip out of the side hole then you should have the proper ammount of fluid in the tranny.
sounds like a decent price… if the miles are low (under 1000)
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