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    maintenance is very important..

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    awesome guide ! a thousand "thank you"s

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    Appealing information you have provided. It gained me more knowledge and idea. Please keep up the good because i like the way you are writing. Thanks!

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    zzz

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    Good info in there, thanks.

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    great info, i need to buy me some tools and repack both hubs with new grease.

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    Very helpful! Thanks for the guide!!!

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    Definitely some great tips!
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    Always try to work on your own bike!

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    Definitely some great tips!
    I agree!! Amazing guide!

    I want to make a case for working on your own bike.


    I jotted down some reasons in a recent blog article, you can find it here if you feel like an informational laugh.


    Keep the rubber side down! Cheers!

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    Thanks too

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    Great tips for beginners!

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    Awesome guide. As a newbie to the mtb world this has made bike tune ups a lot less intimidating. Im glad i stumbled across this before caving to the lbs for help. Thanks for the time and effort spent.

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    very explicit guide, thanks !!

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    This is great info. Hopefully it will save me some time and money from always having to take the bike to the LBS for even the smallest adjustments. I'm not really mechanically inclined, but from some helpful advice now I was able to adjust my front derailleur because the chain was not going into little ring. Normally, I would just think that only the LBS can fix something like this, but through some instruction on the website I learned that it was as simple as turning a tiny screw a half turn. Once I did it, the chain easily moved into the little ring. So, its great to have this info to help us. Thanks so much!

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    Great,very details. Makes me know more about my bike

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    Nice guide! Thank you!
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    It'd be even cooler if you had videos on each part.
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    i've busted my lower headset bearings after 3 months of not so abusive use, but from cleaning after every ride.

    what i think i've done wrong is using a garden hose to wash it (sprinkle). after i've replaced my busted lower bearing, i just use a damp sponge to wipe stuff off.

    according to cc aside from the lower bearing accepting most of the upward force from the fork, water tends to seep from the top and tend to pool on the lower part, hence busting it out easily.

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