Author Topic: 99 bike stands that don't fit not one of them.  (Read 627 times)

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Offline gvy

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Re: 99 bike stands that don't fit not one of them.
Reply #10 on: January 08, 2021, 10:16:42 PM
Thanks for this explanation and also for the things I should focus on, if I do the job.

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Re: 99 bike stands that don't fit not one of them.
Reply #11 on: January 08, 2021, 10:37:51 PM
What Tomspurs said👍
I've done many of my off road bikes over the years and it pays to be thorough and remove as much of the assembly as possible to strip, clean, inspect, lubricate and assemble using waterproof grease. Note bolt sizes, direction of fitting and linkage plate orientation during dismantling. I put a clean rag under the assembly when removing to catch any stray parts (loose needle bearings).

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Re: 99 bike stands that don't fit not one of them.
Reply #12 on: January 09, 2021, 09:36:17 AM
*Originally Posted by deeteefifty [+]
What Tomspurs said👍
I've done many of my off road bikes over the years and it pays to be thorough and remove as much of the assembly as possible to strip, clean, inspect, lubricate and assemble using waterproof grease. Note bolt sizes, direction of fitting and linkage plate orientation during dismantling. I put a clean rag under the assembly when removing to catch any stray parts (loose needle bearings).

What DT50 said....I used Bel-Ray waterproof grease from my off road shop in Rudgewick 
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