Drivetrain maintennance and lifespan
Im getting up the nerve to take my drivetrain apart for some springtime cleaning maintennance maybe next weekend. My Fisher is going to be 2 this year and has about 2-300 miles on it if not more; mostly woods, up to 20% road commuting to work. I plan on taking out the BB and crank apart and cleaning stuff up. Everything seems to run OK, with a bit of creakyness in the cranks when mashing hard (no strange noises while on trainer). Should I be prepared to replace the crankset or BB at this stage? I would rather do it now then wait until middle of the summer when something falls apart and Im out of commish for a few weeks. I know I will know better once stuff is apart, I just dont want to get overly upset when I get in there and see my stuff in shambles.