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Apr
24
comment What maintenance does a front suspension fork need?
@Nicklas There is only one preload knob, because there is only a spring, whether air or coil, on one side of the fork. The other side is the oil based damping system.
Apr
23
awarded  Strunk & White
Apr
23
answered Did I buy the right mountain bike?
Apr
23
revised Did I buy the right mountain bike?
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Apr
23
answered Is Ultegra 9 speed compatible with Sora 9 speed?
Apr
23
revised Is Ultegra 9 speed compatible with Sora 9 speed?
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Apr
23
revised How can I store my extra wheels on the wall efficiently, without hanging them by the rim?
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Apr
23
answered How can I store my extra wheels on the wall efficiently, without hanging them by the rim?
Apr
23
revised How can I store my extra wheels on the wall efficiently, without hanging them by the rim?
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Apr
20
reviewed No Action Needed Finding a replacement crankset (and maybe a bb to go with)
Apr
20
reviewed No Action Needed Can using a trainer damage my bicycle?
Apr
20
reviewed Close Headset fully tightened, but fork still loose and wobbly
Apr
20
reviewed Close Why is the tube too long?
Apr
19
answered Do Shimano disc brakes need post mount spacers?
Apr
19
comment Does anyone know who made the part that attaches the shifter to the bar?
Correct, They are Paul Components.
Apr
18
comment When is a wheel considered true?
What runout is acceptable depends on the use of the wheel, and the manufacturer. Xentis uses .2mm as acceptable runout. Lightweight, because of their manufacturing process, uses 1mm. I personally find anything more than .25mm to be an annoyance. But .5mm is not likely to be an issue. If you have doubts, check with the wheel or rim manufacturer.
Apr
17
revised When is a wheel considered true?
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Apr
13
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Mar
21
awarded  Yearling
Mar
19
comment Why bother changing a chain?
@Rider_X As are many of the "When and Why should I change my chain?" questions already on the site.