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I recently got my bike resprayed, I used this opportunity to learn a bit more about bicycle mechanics. I had help with this task. Adjusting any bearings on ...
Mine is the black one! Flat black- the colour of the future.
When we took the bike apart to be painted, we removed the headset and cabletied all the pieces together in the right order, and right way up to ...
Lightly grease the external surface of the two headtube races. We were lucky enough to have a proper headset press tool which makes installing the races a doddle. ...
Grease the bottom of your fork steerer tube where the crown race is going to sit. Slide the crown race down the fork steerer tube. they either slide ...
Put fresh grease in both the head tube races. We used caged bearings that makes installing them a lot easier, but you can use loose bearings if you ...
Push the forks through the head tube from the bottom. Take the lower adjustable top race and screw it down the fork steerer tube until it sits on ...
Your headset wants to be tight enough that there's no wobble, but not too tight that steering feels stiff. Check for wobble by holding the frame tight in ...
This is my bike frame and forks in the stand! If your headset doesn't look at all like this, you've probably got a threadless headset, which is a ...
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