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This SRAM video on replacingthe hydraulic hose involves removing all the fluid from the system - the situation you are in now. At the end it says to bleed the brake then links to the standard SRAM bleed process, so presumably that's what you need to do. The standard bleed process is designed to displace all the old fluid with fresh, so the lower syringe must ...


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First of all, you absolutely don't need to replace Force 22. The crank arms have removable direct mount spider that the chainrings are bolted to. That means, in theory, you can put almost any chainrings given a matching spider exists - a very versatile system that's gained popularity over the recent years (Red/Force AXS are direct mount only, unlike Red 22). ...


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I had the exact issue - a new SRAM XG-1295 cassette whose lock tube would not turn. Since it was new I didn't want to apply too much force and strip the splines or break something. After reading this and a few other discussions it became clear that the lock tube was probably stuck. I put a bit of chain lube between the smallest cog and the large shiny clip ...


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The left arm has no threads because that side is designed never to be separated from the spindle... From what I can find, that's an M18 thread, pitch unknown but probably M18x2.0mm or M18x1.5mm. Remove the right arm, put the spindle down through a sturdy surface with a hole no larger than 31mm so the metal part of the left arm has maximum support. Screw a ...


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