Installing Sprockets, chain and rear tire


22 replies to this topic
  • MathProf

Posted January 12, 2006 - 06:13 PM

#21

Marcus

If I were you, I'd replace the sprocket bolts with new nuts and bolts, and loctite them.

I have replaced several rear sprockets and the re-used bolts never stay tight.

They can loosen and ruin your hub before you know it.

As far as tubes go, I find an old tube, split the old tube on the rim-facing side of the tube all the way around, then put the new tube inside the old one. A little baby powder will let the inside tube slip inside the outer tube and reduce pinch flats.

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  • marcusmoberg

Posted January 12, 2006 - 08:47 PM

#22

You mean now I have to order new freakin' sprocket bolts!!!! :applause: :bonk:

  • marcusmoberg

Posted January 12, 2006 - 08:49 PM

#23

You mean now I have to order new freakin' sprocket bolts!!!! :bonk: :cry:

I think I will just use the old ones instead! :applause:

It seems like with the BLUE LOCTITE on them they will stay tight!!!! :cry:




 
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