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    I think my Juicy's are becoming extra juicy.

    Looks like brake fluid, smells like brake fluid, must be brake fluid... ??? Anyone else have this happen? Seemed like a weird place to leak, to me.

    Looks like I may have to swing by Avid later this week. Bummer.
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    Rub it all over your top tube and see if the paint sloughs off. DOT will damage the paint, so this is a nice definitive test

    You can take the spring-clip ring off the bottom of the speed dial and back it out of the worm-drive engagement and look inside for a lot of moisture (brake fluid). If something is leaking it is at the master cylinder, and it is just showing at the speed dial. I would expect it to come out the bottom, not the top though.

    Good luck. Let us know what Avid does (now that it is turning into a multinational behemouth).
    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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