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Thread: bike storage

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2002
    Kyoto, Japan

    bike storage

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    I'm planning to take my bike apart and store it for awhile. Since I don't have a clue about maintenance, I'm a little nervous about tearing it apart, maybe not being able to put it back together again. I'm planning to take the wheels off (ok, I got that part down!) and then hang up the frame, so the chain needs to come off too. Any tips for taking the chain off, storing it and then putting it back on again? Any advice would be much appreciated!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Conway, Wa
    Take a look at this post
    From Clueless to Wrench-ette in 24 hours
    That may help you out a little. I would label and baggie everything so I remembered where it came from. Sorry I am not much help



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