HOW TO CLEAN AND LUBRICATE A REAR DERAILLEUR

rear derailleur

Unfortunately it doesn’t work to just ride a trike and never do any preventative maintenance. Sooner or later problems will arise. Components require cleaning and lubrication or they will not perform properly and wear out prematurely. A rear derailleur is a rather amazing device which when everything is set up proper and in good condition will operate flawlessly. It can also give you fits when it isn’t up to snuff. It is important to keep it clean and properly lubricated. Here is a video on how to clean and lubricate the rear derailleur of a bike. In the process, it also demonstrates how to use products from Finish Line Technologies, Inc., including the Brush Set, Speed Clean Speed Degreaser, Teflon Dry Lube, and Extreme Fluoro Grease. The video consists of four parts, how to clean derailleur pulleys, how to brush off a derailleur, how to spray it down and dry it off, and how to apply lube to it.

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About Steve Newbauer

I have a few current blogs (tadpolerider1, navysight, truthtoponder and stevesmixedbag) so I am keeping busy. I hope you the reader will find these blogs interesting and enjoy your time here. Feel free to email me at stevenewbauer at outlook.com

Posted on July 8, 2015, in maintenance/repair, tadpole trikes, videos and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I simply couldn’t go away your web site before suggesting that I really loved the usual info an individual provide on your guests? Is going to be back incessantly in order to inspect new posts

  2. Thank you so much!. Are you able to write more about this specific subject? This will certainly be very useful with regard to me when I have a possiblity to start my websites.

    • I have written and posted a few other articles on derailleurs. I would suggest that if you don’t know much of anything about the mechanics of tadpole trikes you should not start a website about them. Sorry, but that is just the simple truth.

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