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Properly adjusted brake systems require attention to small details. This article will discuss caliper arm adjustment, brake attachment to the frame, pad adjustment to the rim, pad centering, and pad clearance. For purposes of this article, the terms "left" and "right" will be from the "mechanic's point of view," not from sitting on the bike.
This article will discuss the reaming and facing of the head tube. For the integrated headsets, see Integrated Headsets below.
This article reviews the use of the CRP-2 Crown Race Puller. The CRP-2 Crown Race Puller is designed to quickly and easily remove the headset crown race from the fork's crown race seat and steering column.
This article will discuss the service of the Shimano® Dura-Ace® 7800 rear hub.
This article will discuss the specifications and proper servicing of ceramic bearings.
This article with discuss the basic bearing service of coaster-brake hubs, also referred to as a "back pedaling brake."
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.
This article will discuss freehub service for the following brands: Shimano®, DT-Hugi® (some Bontrager), American Classic®, Campagnolo®, Bontrager®, Cane Creek®, and Zipp®.
This article will discuss linear pull style brake rim calipers. Caliper attachment to the frame, pad adjustment to the rim, and pad centering and clearance will be reviewed.
This article will discuss the adjustment and overhaul of "cup-and-cone" hubs. These hubs allow for access to internal bearings, and are adjustable. See related article for Freehub Service.