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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!
    Dude, I'm bleeding, where's the duct tape?

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    Always try to work on your own bike!

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Enggasser View Post
    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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