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Old 01-23-05, 12:21 AM
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good maintenence check list?

does anyone know a link to a good list that has intervals for complete bicycle maintenence?

I know when my brake pads wear, to check tires for faults and stuff. But a list that tells times you should grease stuff, ect.
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Old 01-23-05, 01:11 AM
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No don't know of one but if there is one, i'd like to know about it. I understand why you'd want one.
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== An EXCELLENT question.

I googled this site: https://internal.active.com/story.cfm?story_id=6684
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I agree with that for the most part, but it is indeed hard to standardize a list. The requirements for a given rider/style/area can vary widely.
It is a good start point though.
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Yeah, its a good start point. You really need to make one for yourself.
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