screw driver

Screw drivers generally come in two different flavors. Flathead and Phillips. If you don’t know the difference and are unable to infer which is which in the photo, shame on your parents and your shop teacher. These quintessential life tools also play an important role in bicycle maintenance. A screw driver set is essential for derailleur adjustments, installing accessories, and taking stuff apart. I recommend a set of medium drivers and set of small. Test the grip before you buy, feel the weight in your hand. Ask the store clerk if you can take it for a test spin. Consider your options. Do you splurge for the magnetic tip? Is a rubber grip really your style or do the green and yellow plastic handles suite you just fine? Be confident, go with your gut on this one.

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Adjusting Lever Reach on Shimano 11 Speed Shifters

Need just a Marker and Flat Head Screwdriver

To adjust the lever reach on new Shimano 11 speed shifters all you need is a white board marker and a flat head...

Tools screw driver
Company: Shimano
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Removing Wheel with Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Quick Release

Start by loosening the quick release skewer, then lift the wheel out. Sometimes, if the brake lever is pressed while the wheel is out, the pads...

Part brakes Disc
Tools screw driver
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Adjust Shimano Front Road Derailleurs

How to adjust Shimano road front derailleurs:

All front derailleurs have the same basic adjustments. You have a low limit screw, a high limit screw, and the cable anchor adjustment.

...

Company: Shimano
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Bleed Hope Brakes

How To Bleed A Hope Brake:

Before we start anything on the bleeding procedure, we need to make sure the mast cylinder is level, so now fluid will be lost from the master cylinder when...

Company: Hope
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install a 42-tooth Sprocket on a 10-speed Cassette

One Up Components 42 Tooth Sprocket:

This is designed for SRAM and Shimano’s 10-speed drivetrains, which use 11t-36t cassettes.

42-tooth Sprocket for 10-speed...

Company: Maxxis
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Steps for Removing an Adjustable Bottom Bracket

Remove an adjustable bottom bracket:

start by first removing the cranks. A lockring on the outside of the left hand side cup is an indication that the cup and cone bottom bracket is...

Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Check and Adjust a Front Derailleur

How to adjust a front derailleur:

Before you adjust your front derailleur, make sure that the rear one is working properly. For this job, all you will need is a 5mm allen wrench, a phillips...

Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Check and Adjust a Rear Derailleur

How to adjust your rear derailleur:

What does your rear derailleur actually do? It is responsible for moving your chain from one cog to the next. It does this by pushing or pulling the...

Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Check Road Brake Equipment and Make Adjustments

How to adjust your brakes:

For this job, you’ll only need a 4,5, and 6mm allen wrench, and a phillips screwdriver.

Before you get into adjustments, it is a good idea to make sure...

Part brakes Rim
Company: Shimano
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Rebuild RaceFace Atlas Bike Pedals

Not only are RaceFace Atlas pedals incredibly easy to rebuild, but also really tough and light.

The first step is to use a 3mm allen to remove the spare pin form the end of the axle. Then,...

Company: Race Face
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Great Method for Removing Stripped Screws on Bike Parts

This video will show you how to remove a stripped screw. You can use this method on pretty much any stripped screw. As you can see, this screw was stripped and I created a flathead, which I...

Part Whole Bike
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Install and Adjust SRAM Road Derailleurs

Required told: 5 mm hex, torque wrench, phillips head screwdriver, flat head screwdriver, derailleur alignment tool, cable cutters, and needle nose pliers.

It is important to note that Sram...

Company: SRAM
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How To Fit A Press Fit BB

How to press fit your bottom bracket:

Apply Grease to Bottom Bracket Shell Before Installing

Make sure all surfaces are nice and clean, then apply a...

Company: Hope
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Installing Press Fit Ceramic Bearings in BB95 Bottom Bracket

Installation of Press-Fit bottom bracket ceramic bearings on a 2011 Gary Fisher Superfly 100 Elite.
Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY Mount a Bottle Cage on a Frame with No Mounting Screws or Braze-Ons

I’m going to show you how to mount a bottle cage on a bike that doesn’t have mounts or doesn’t have mounts where you want to put the bottle cage. You want to get a bottle cage that has...

Part frame
Company: Schwinn
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Replacing Bike Brake Cables How To

Most bicyclers are quite familiar with changing their brake pads as they're one of the first things that start to go after excessive riding. Over the course of a life though, having to swap out...

Company: Shimano
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Remove Bike Handlebar Grips

How to Remove Bike Handlebar Grips.

Remove your handlebar grips in just a few minutes with these tips. You will need flathead screwdriver, spray lubricant, rubbing alcohol, and an air...

Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY Index Rear Bike Gears

Most cyclers are familiar with the sweet sound of a gear clicking into place when they make a flick of their shifter. In a perfect world this isn't accompanied by any quick jerking and with little...

Type: Repair Tutorial
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DIY Set Derailleur Limits

It's good to push things to the limit when you're rock climbing or running a 5K but the derailleur on your bike should stay well within it's set range. The upper and lower limits of your...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Fix Hybrid / Mountain Bike V-Brakes That Are Rubbing

It seems like an obvious statement but rubbing on a bike is never good, unless of course you're in a race and rubbing the contestant next to you to get an edge. For the most part the only rub...

Part brakes Rim
Company: SunTour
Type: Repair Tutorial

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