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    General JAMIS Hardtail Maintenance

    Hello MTBR members,

    I'm just getting started in Mountain biking and I bought two new ’09 Jamis Trail X2 hardtail bikes for my wife and I.
    It has the front suspension, disc breaks and specs below. I was wondering, can anyone recommend general maintenance on these bikes?
    The local store I bought it from included two seasonal tune ups (which I’m unsure if that includes re-building the front shocks).

    Is there general maintenance that should be performed after every ride? Once a month? Semi-annually?
    I want to keep them in tip top shape and I’ll spend the time after each outing to clean them up.

    JAMIS TRAIL X2

    Sizes: M: 12”, 14”, 15.5”, 17”, 19”, 21” W: 12”, 14”, 17.5”
    Frame: Enduro II frame design, 7005 aluminum main tubes, replaceable derailleur hanger
    Fork / Front Suspension: XC Suspension, alloy crown, coil spring, 60mm travel
    Headset: VP threadless, 1 1/8”
    Wheels: Weinmann ZAC19 double-wall rims, 32H, alloy disc hubs with QR, 14g nickel-plated spokes
    Tires: CST XC knobbie, 26” x 1.95”
    Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ30 31.8mm top pull
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Acera M340
    Shiftlevers: Shimano Acera ST-EF50 EZ-Fire Plus, 21-speed
    Chain: KMC Z51
    Cassette: Indexed 7-speed freewheel, 13-28
    Crankset: Forged alloy crank arms, 42/34/24 rings, 170mm
    BB Set: Sealed cartridge, 68 x 122.5mm
    Pedals: ATB platform, hi-impact resin cage & body
    Brakeset: Tektro Io mechanical disc brakes and Shimano levers
    Handlebar: Jamis XC riser, 6˚ sweep x 13mm rise x 620mm wide
    Stem: Jamis XC alloy threadless, 10˚ rise, 90mm (12-14”), 100mm (15.5-17”), 120mm (19-21”)
    Grips: Kraton for trigger-shift
    Seat Post: Jamis alloy micro-adjust, 27.2 x 300mm, with alloy QR clamp
    Saddle: Jamis ATB , SL cover, protective front and rear guards
    Color: M: Bone or Sludge W: Bone
    Weight: 32.30 lbs

    Thanks ahead of time for your help and input!
    Can't wait to get out on a bike and participate in this forum!

    -Ryan

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    Found in the sticky in beginner's corner. I'm on the same boat as you and found this link extremely helpful.

    http://reviews.mtbr.com/blog/basic-c...tenance-guide/

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    Thank you! Much appreciated!

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