Tag: cone

Direct Mount vs Standard Mount Rear Derailleur | GCN Tech Clinic #AskGCNTech

(intense music) – Welcome back to the GCN Tech Clinic, I’m sure you all know the drill by now, what it’s all about, but if you don’t, here’s a little reminder. So if you’ve got yourself a bike-related problem, so something’s not working, something’s annoying you, you want to know how something works possibly, leave […]

Adjust A Bike Wheel’s Cup And Cone Rear Hub

Remove the wheel from the frame so you can acces the rear hub. On a rearwheel the cone and lock-nut on the drive side may not be accessible. The right side lock-nut and cone should be kept locked tight together and all adjustments done on the other side. If the right side lock-nut and cone […]

How To Adjust Cup & Cone Wheel Bearings On Your Bike – Maintenance Monday

– Cup and cone bearings. Believe it or not, they’re not actually a thing of old, because there are a lot of high-end wheel sets and hubs that still come fitted with that type of bearing. Now their competitor, the cartridge bearing, once they wear out, you just simply remove them and fit them using […]

Which Way Is Down?

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. Down here. But which way is down? And how much does down weigh? Well, down weighs about a 100th of a gram per cubic centimeter. It is light and airy, which makes it a great source of insulation and buoyancy for water birds. But if you let go of down… It […]