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    Lefty Max bearing migration

    Does the lefty max have the same problem as the dlr2?And is the process the same to reset the bearings?

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    The MAX is even easier to reset than the DLR2 because there is no lockout lever to remove.

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    Best way I've found to handle it is a simple routine. Like once a month, or something like that. Or when you check tire pressure. Super easy, and an even interval allows you to keep track or how fast it happens. I lose about an inch in a month, and just when the front end feels a bit sluggish, 2 minutes later, all back to normal. Bonus is, it takes less slamming, if you do it more frequently
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    How do you remove the lockout lever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsguy
    How do you remove the lockout lever?
    Check this out!

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