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    bb repack revisited

    Referring to this thread:
    http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...ack?highlight=.
    I'm now doing my second and, having re-read the Sheldon article, another question arises. I had the bearings lightly preloaded, and backed the cup off a little bit because there didn't appear to be enough threads to adequately engage the lockring.
    Comments and suggestions appreciated. I packed the bearings loose, 11 to a side. It's a 78 Giant built Schwinn.


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    Is this the same BB? How well did it last?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jobst Brandt on sheldonbrown.com
    Although the BB bearing can operate without preload, its life is substantially extended with a light preload.

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    different bike


    http://www.businessinsider.com/malco...ception-2015-2
    The real beauty of this play, aside from the fact it was made by my favorite team, is that it was perfectly executed. The receiver ran a perfect route; Wilson threw a touchdown pass, and the defender played his part perfectly. A thing of beauty.

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