Thought I’d be happy with bearings on my new bike, and not having to service the bushings on my recently departed Rocky Mountain Altitude. But this has me reconsidering that thought! Thanks for the tips, which no doubt will be handy when I dive into bearing replacements in the future.
I’m currently installing a second kit from Ride Wrap. It is taking me a bit longer to install on a curvy frame, where a hair dryer comes in handy to help mold the wrap around some areas. Great service by Ride Wrap and product works as advertised .... can’t ask for more!
Watch those little bottles of Stan’s... I, too, carried one. Finally, in a moment of need, I pulled out the bottle, gave it a good shake, and opened it up to find...a white congealed mass of latex, with only a bit of watery liquid left. Seems these things might have a limited shelf life!