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Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 13:26 Quote
talkingspoon wrote:
[ ... ] appropriate size socket [ ... ]

To clarify, the socket should contact the inner race of the bearing and nothing else.

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 14:27 Quote
R-M-R wrote:
talkingspoon wrote:
[ ... ] appropriate size socket [ ... ]

To clarify, the socket should contact the inner race of the bearing and nothing else.

Actually, the socket it to fit the nut on the axle to tap the axle out.

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 14:43 Quote
No harm in hitting the nut. If the axle puts up any resistance, it's best to not side-load the bearing, so a socket to support the inner race would be ideal.

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 15:56 Quote
R-M-R wrote:
No harm in hitting the nut. If the axle puts up any resistance, it's best to not side-load the bearing, so a socket to support the inner race would be ideal.

Based off the picture. It looks like one of the bearings is required to come out with the axle

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 16:02 Quote
talkingspoon wrote:
R-M-R wrote:
No harm in hitting the nut. If the axle puts up any resistance, it's best to not side-load the bearing, so a socket to support the inner race would be ideal.

Based off the picture. It looks like one of the bearings is required to come out with the axle

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 16:21 Quote
talkingspoon wrote:
R-M-R wrote:
No harm in hitting the nut. If the axle puts up any resistance, it's best to not side-load the bearing, so a socket to support the inner race would be ideal.

Based off the picture. It looks like one of the bearings is required to come out with the axle

Ah, maybe so.

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 17:03 Quote
One or all of the pawls have gone bad. the freehub should lift out from the RH side, give the axle a tap on the RH side while holding the freehub and it should lift away.

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 18:38 Quote
Just checking, is there any downside to using a 12sp chain on an 11sp derailleur/cassette?

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 18:41 Quote
sosburn wrote:
Just checking, is there any downside to using a 12sp chain on an 11sp derailleur/cassette?

Nope. Runs a lot better imo.

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 18:49 Quote
00.4019.932.001 is the part number for the new air spring for the Lyrik/Yari, eh?

On an different, but related, note, is there a significant enough difference in performance to justify upgrading it? (2018 vs 2019 debonair).

Posted: Feb 23, 2020 at 18:49 Quote
sherbet wrote:
sosburn wrote:
Just checking, is there any downside to using a 12sp chain on an 11sp derailleur/cassette?

Nope. Runs a lot better imo.

yeet.

Posted: Feb 24, 2020 at 6:30 Quote
Hi,

I have a 2017 RockShox Lyrik RC 29 at 160mm

I need to reduce the travel to 130mm.

Can someone please confirm that I need part number 00.4019.932.005

?

thanks !

Posted: Feb 24, 2020 at 12:28 Quote
I'm looking to replace the braided lines on my hope tech 3 V4's to non-braided.
I have a brand new set of Code R brakes with non-braided lines.

Can i swap the lines or are Sram / Hope brake lines specific to one another?
For example are the inside diameters of the hoses the same?
I'm just asking about the hoses; my LBS would swap the fittings (assuming they fit the other hose)

TIA

Posted: Feb 24, 2020 at 12:50 Quote
Bluewater87 wrote:
I'm looking to replace the braided lines on my hope tech 3 V4's to non-braided.
I have a brand new set of Code R brakes with non-braided lines.

Can i swap the lines or are Sram / Hope brake lines specific to one another?
For example are the inside diameters of the hoses the same?
I'm just asking about the hoses; my LBS would swap the fittings (assuming they fit the other hose)

TIA

SRAM and Hope hoses are very different from one another. You will need a Hope hose for a Hope brake.

Posted: Feb 24, 2020 at 13:45 Quote
In theory they're the same (banjo at the caliper and direct mount at the lever) but seraph is correct. That swap ain't gonna work (new code/level/guide banjo is a proprietary fitting to sram calipers) Just as easy to get the genuine line kit as it would be to get something to bodge it.


 
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