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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.
This article will review brake caliper mounting and adjustment for cantilever with threaded post style pads. For systems with smooth post brake pads, see Cantilever Smooth Post Brake Service.
This article will review brake caliper mounting and adjustment for cantilever with smooth post style pads. For systems with threaded post brake pads, see Cantilever Threaded Post Brake Service.
This article will discuss removing the old headset, installing and adjusting a new threadless headset.
The TS-2.2 truing stand is adjusted at the factory to center the rim between the calipers. With use, the TS-2.2 can come out of center. For precision work, the TS-2.2 and TS-2 are intended to be used with a dishing tool, such as the Park Tool WAG-4 or WAG-5. See these tools discussed in the article: Wheel Dishing or Centering
This article will discuss the basics of torque and torque wrench use. See also related article on Basic Thread Concepts. This article includes a table of various torque recommendations. The Bicycle Specific Torque Value Chart is also available as a PDF file.
Replacing your chain as it wears out is good preventative maintenance, much like changing the oil in your car. It prolongs the service life of other, more expensive parts on your bike, so replacing your chain before it becomes too worn is a good idea.
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 the use of beam-style torque wrenches such as the TW-1 and TW-2 (both discontinued).
This article will discuss the basics of threaded fasteners and fastener tightening. The use of chemical thread-lockers will also be discussed. Understanding basic concepts regarding fasteners and threads will improve the skill and knowledge of any mechanic. See related article: Bicycle Torque Specifications.