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    EBB dissection and installation

    I have a Haro Mary ss (with Stylo 1.1 crank) and I'm getting a tiny creek from my EBB. Does anyone have a guide or walkthrough in going about removing, greasing and installing again. I should have all the tools to do so I'd just like some guidance before hand since I've never taken one apart. Is there any specific grease you like to use? Anything else I need to know? Required tools, etc... Cheers!
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    Niner has instructions

    that are probably wrong for your setup. But knowlege is power-you may get a tip that helps with yours. I broke my EBB in one year so don't over torque?

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    EBB disassembly is pretty easy.

    1) remove cranks.
    2) if external BB, remove the BB.
    3) You'll see the pinch bolt on the side of the EBB. Probably 4mm. loosen.
    4) you may need to tap the pinch bolt open on both drive and non-drive side.
    5) remove, clean, and replace.
    Trade: My 17" c2c Fat Chance Monster Fat in Fair condition for same in 18- 19"

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    Quote Originally Posted by fervor_1
    EBB disassembly is pretty easy.

    1) remove cranks.
    2) if external BB, remove the BB.
    3) You'll see the pinch bolt on the side of the EBB. Probably 4mm. loosen.
    4) you may need to tap the pinch bolt open on both drive and non-drive side.
    5) remove, clean, and replace.
    Cool cool, what is the pinch bolt? Do I adjust anything with the two bolts on the front of the housing facing forwards?
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    Ah, that's a different version of EBB. Instead of an internally expanding wedge, it uses these to tighten against the EBB. Instead of step 3 and 4, now just loosen the 2 set screws on the BB shell.
    Trade: My 17" c2c Fat Chance Monster Fat in Fair condition for same in 18- 19"

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