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maintain your kickr

Old 08-01-20, 05:07 PM
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maintain your kickr

I finally was forced to do some maintenance on my kickr because the freewheel wouldn't. Turns out there was a long sliver of metal behind the cassette body. Also, one of the bearings looks pretty worn.
It's very simple on a 1st gen Kickr, just take off the nut that holds everything together.
You need grease, maybe some wd-40 to clean up the old grease, a rag and an adjustable wrench.

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