To get back to all on this item: Moly doesn't work so well.I understand grease should be used, with that center groove and all, but I used a thin layer of moly paste. We will see how that goes.
Still enjoying how light and smooth the shifting is now.
When it's jamming, it is already quite worn. I wished I had been told to watch that at about same frequency you watch chain slack.I fitted a grease nipple to mine, should be a factory item.
Somewhat confused at this. :dgi:
I have no workbench vice. What problem is there with just removing the allen screw from the backside next to the chain? What damage will that cause? More specifically, what damage will be prevented by removing the entire assembly as mentioned in the manual?
KISS should apply. The simple way for me is simply get the allen bolt to unscrew from the backside, locktite or no locktite. Feedback is encouraged.