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Old 11-03-10, 10:42 PM
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valygrl
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While you're at it, clean and lube the drive train, read up on which parts of the derailleurs and brake mechanisms should be lubed and do so, check your brake pads. Also, flat tires are nearly inevitable, so learn how to fix them and get the stuff you need to do it (tire levers, tube, patch kit, pump).

parktools web site is great.
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