Are you looking to remove the visor on your Bell motocross helmet? Maybe you want to clean it or install a new one. Either way, we’ve got you covered.
Most people think removing the visor on their Bell motocross helmet is difficult. However, with the proper tools and a little time, anyone can do it!
In this blog post, we’ll show you how to remove the visor on your Bell motocross helmet step-by-step. We’ll also provide a guide on cleaning and installing a new visor.
How to remove the visor on a Bell motocross helmet.
What you will need
- Bell visor removal tool- This small, L-shaped tool is included with every Bell motocross helmet. If you do not have this tool, you can purchase one from a Bell retailer or online.
- Soft cloths.
- Unfasten the helmet straps and remove the helmet from your head.
- Place the helmet upside down on a soft surface such as a towel or bed.
- Locate the two small notches on either side of the visor. These are where the visor pins are located.
- Insert the tip of the removal tool into one of the notches and push down to release the pin. Repeat on the other side.
- The visor should now be loose, and you can gently pull it away from the helmet shell. If it is stuck, try running your finger along the edge of the visor to release any remaining adhesive residue.
- Once removed, set the visor aside in a safe place where it will not get scratched or damaged.
How to clean the visor on a Bell motocross helmet.
What you will need
To clean the visor on your Bell motocross helmet, you will need the following:
- A soft cloth.
- Mild soap.
- Wet the soft cloth with water.
- Add a few drops of mild soap to the cloth.
- Gently wipe down the visor with the soapy cloth.
- Rinse the cloth and wipe the visor to remove any remaining soap residue.
- Dry the visor with a clean, dry cloth.
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How to install a new visor on a Bell motocross helmet.
What you will need
To install a new visor on your Bell motocross helmet, you will need the following:
- A new visor.
- A Phillips head screwdriver.
- A flathead screwdriver.
- A ratchet and socket set (optional).
- Remove the old visor: Use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the old visor in place. Once the screws are removed, gently pry off the old visor using a flathead screwdriver. If the old visor is stubborn and does not want to come off, you can use a ratchet and socket set to loosen it.
- Clean the surface: Once the old visor is removed, clean the helmet’s surface where the new visor will be installed. This ensures that no dirt or debris could potentially cause problems later on.
- Install the new visor: Line up the new visor with the holes on the helmet, and then use a Phillips head screwdriver to secure it with screws. Make sure the new visor is tight and secure before wearing your helmet again.
- Enjoy your new visor!
Like most motocross riders, you want to keep your helmet in top condition. That means knowing how to remove the visor on your Bell motocross helmet.
Fortunately, it’s not difficult to do. You’ll need a few basic tools. And we’ve got a step-by-step guide to walk you through the process.
Once you’ve removed the visor, you can clean it with soap and water. Or, if it’s really dirty, you can use a mild solvent like rubbing alcohol. Just be sure to rinse it thoroughly afterward.
Installing a new visor is just as easy. You’ll need double-sided tape and screws (the same ones that hold the visor on). Again, we’ve got a step-by-step guide to help you out.
So there you have it. Now you know how to remove and install the visor on your Bell motocross helmet.
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