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comment Mud buildup at the chinstay near FD
I was thinking in these lines. Some questions: 1. wouldn't the plastic of the jug just bend in the way of the sticky mud? 2. Do you have any link to a picture of something similar, along with the seps to construct it and the pitfalls to avoud?
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comment Mud buildup at the chinstay near FD
I was not sure about tags, if you find any suitable, pelase add. Also, creating tag mud. If not needed, feel free to remove it.
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asked Mud buildup at the chinstay near FD
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asked How to prevent accidental unclipping while cornering?
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asked If many bottom-outs are happening, should air pressure or compression damping be increased?
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accepted Should the hands be used for absorbing the impact after a jump?
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comment Should the hands be used for absorbing the impact after a jump?
Created tag [tag]jumping[/tag], as this seems to be a large part of mtb and dj riding. Edit away if needed.
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asked Should the hands be used for absorbing the impact after a jump?
Apr
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comment What are the good ways to maintain the bicycle while raining season?
According to latest comments under the question, his BB is sealed. His hubs are unspecified, and I am not sure if the cheapest hubs are loose bearings or sealed. The headset is most certainly loose. His pedals are not large platform with pins, which (in my book) means that wearing out the bearings and needing a replacement is a good thing.
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comment What are the good ways to maintain the bicycle while raining season?
Your Bottom Bracket is sealed - no maintenance required/possible. Breaks need to be adjusted only when one of the pads rubs the rim (lift the bike and rotate its wheels, they should make plenty of rotations). Hubs - the site doesn't specify, but I expect they do not require/need maintenance. Btw it will come a time when your fork will develop play between the stanchions and the boots (maybe 2 years from purchase). A side effect will be that rain water will enter the fork and block its movement.
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