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Head Tube Reaming and Facing

This article will discuss the reaming and facing of the head tube. For the integrated headsets, see Integrated Headsets below.


Pedal Installation and Removal

This article will discuss the correct procedure for installing and removing bike pedals.


Home Mechanic Tool List: Advanced

Maintaining your own bike can be fun, but it can also be confusing at times to know which tools you will need to perform the service you want. Below are a series of recommended tool lists for general maintenance of the average road or off-road bike. Attempt to develop two sets of tools: one for inside a seat bag for on-the-trail/road use, and another set for home use.


Internal Gear Hubs

This article will discuss the adjustment of internal geared hubs. These include SRAM® Dual Drive hubs and Shimano® 3-speed hubs. Consult the manufacturer for further information. Internal overhaul and service is not covered.


Home Mechanic Tool List: Intermediate

Maintaining your own bike can be fun, but it can also be confusing at times to know which tools you will need to perform the service you want. Below are a series of recommended tool lists for general maintenance of the average road or off-road bike. Attempt to develop two sets of tools: one for inside a seat bag for on-the-trail/road use, and another set for home use.


Home Mechanic Tool List: Novice

Maintaining your own bike can be fun, but it can also be confusing at times to know which tools you will need to perform the service you want. Below are a series of recommended tool lists for general maintenance of the average road or off-road bike. Attempt to develop two sets of tools: one for inside a seat bag for on-the-trail/road use, and another set for home use.


Home Mechanic Tool List: Essentials

Maintaining your own bike can be fun, but it can also be confusing at times to know which tools you will need to perform the service you want. Below are a series of recommended tool lists for general maintenance of the average road or off-road bike. Attempt to develop two sets of tools: one for inside a seat bag for on-the-trail/road use, and another set for home use.


Tight Link Repair

This article will discuss loosening a tight link on a derailleur chain.


Bottom Bracket Service: Cartridge Type

This article will discuss the removal and installation of the common cartridge bottom brackets of the three-piece cranksets.


Bottom Bracket Service: Adjustable Type

This article will discuss the service of adjusting bottom bracket bearings. It will also review the types of tools required.


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