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Old November 3rd 07, 03:42 PM posted to rec.bicycles.misc,rec.bicycles.tech
Tom Sherman[_2_]
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Default A program to train young bike mechanics...

spdrecrd??? wrote:
Young Mechanics graduate from the Summer program at Recycle-A-Bicycle.
Next year's class is wide open, will your child learn bikes inside and
out through the program?

Read on about Recycle-A-Bicycle's training program:
http://pedalpushersonline.com/index.php?CID=1174

Do they teach greasing tapers before crank installation, or dry tapers?

Spoke tension "as high as the rim will bear", or set to manufacturers
specifications with a tensiometer?

Oil/grease or an adhesive such as Spoke Prep on the spoke threads?

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