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Each kind of grease will perform best at a certain temperature. And is designed for a certain speed of movement of the parts it is used at to reach and not exceed that temperature. So yes, it is worth it to use the special grease for bikes or get an other kind of grease that is designed for the speeds/temperature your parts will get. I found that when a ...


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I would recommend doing two things: Reassemble the hub with the thickest grease you can find (within reason). It might slow you down a little, but it will help the bearings last as long as possible. Make a mark on the back side of the cone that corresponds to where the damage is. When you're putting the wheel on, rotate the axle so that the damaged side of ...


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Most lower end hubs do not come perfectly adjusted from the factory. A quality LBS will have a step in a bike build process that checks and/or adjusts the hubs accordingly. It can be hard to adjust a hub that is unbuilt and between that and machine assembly, they are often close, but not as good as they can be. If you are feeling vibration, I would ...



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