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    good youtube channel to follow from a bloke here in Japan

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...k1Uwkevf5O8VhC

    good video production and easy on the ear comments.

    Someone might find it useful.

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    I stumbled on it the other day with his new build and is really informative


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    I don't need to go any further than watching him put a 20 times more grease than DT recommends in that poor hub. If you manage to start a YT channel then completely ignore DT's own videos and give that kind of advice...I'll be ignoring the rest of his stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
    I don't need to go any further than watching him put a 20 times more grease than DT recommends in that poor hub.
    Which is why he pinned the replies about the amount of grease needed.

    ...I'll be ignoring the rest of his stuff.
    You service Treks but they produced the 9200, which is arguably the worst rear suspension design ever unleashed on an ignorant public, why the double standard?

    Oh yeah, most people aren't perfect.

    .Must be nice to live in a world where all the people who makes innocent errrors don't exist

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwisimon View Post



    You service Treks but they produced the 9200, which is arguably the worst rear suspension design ever unleashed on an ignorant public, why the double standard?
    What on earth does a bike from the very early 90's have to do w/ this?

    When the guy made the video he did it w/o the proper information. It's great that he let people correct him but how many people pay attention to the comments on YT videos? He still has a video that shows the wrong way to do the hub overhaul up on his channel. If he was truly responsible he'd either remake the video or add a comment to the existing one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
    I don't need to go any further than watching him put a 20 times more grease than DT recommends in that poor hub. If you manage to start a YT channel then completely ignore DT's own videos and give that kind of advice...I'll be ignoring the rest of his stuff.
    Chill CX. Here's very open about the fact that he's not an expert bike mechanic. He's learning as he goes just like the rest of us.

    I like his videos, but I'm not going there expecting expert mechanical training. It's just a fun watch.

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