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The article will discuss adjustment of rear derailleur limit screws and indexing.
This article will review the removal and installation of rear cogs on derailleur type bicycles as well as single speed freewheeling BMX/Freestyle bikes.
This article will discuss removing freewheels that have no removal tool option. This will be useful if the wheel is to be reused, but it will effectively destroy the freewheel. For wheels that are damaged with these types of freewheels, it is best to simply replace both the complete wheel and freewheel.
This article will discuss the installation and service of the BMX three piece crankset using the 48 spline spindle. These models of cranksets use cartridge bearing cups, a spindle with 48 small splines, a chainring and two arms.
This article will discuss the installation of the Truvativ® HammerSchmidt™ front transmission system.
This article will discuss how to remove square type cranks with damaged threads.
External Bearing Crank Systems (Hollowtech II, MegaExo, Giga X Pipe, X-type, Campagnolo Ultra-Torque)
This article will discuss service of external bearing cranks systems using threaded cups.
This article will review the service of the Campagnolo® Power Torque™ crank system, utilizing the Park Tool CBP-5 Bearing and Adaptor Set.
This article will address the adjusting chain tension on bicycle with a single sprocket in the rear and a single sprocket in front. It is assumed there is no derailleur or other chain tensioning devise. For derailleur chain sizing see chain sizing.
This article will discuss the removal and installation of chain on derailleur bicycles.