Originally Posted by anim8r
Put the rear sprocket on. Park tools order finally arrived so I cleaned out my rear hub guts & packed em with red grease. Didn't have a syringe so I made one out of an inner tube, a chip clip, & this white cone thing I found in the kitchen drawer
I think it's a cake decorator.
Tomorrow should be the final mount & hooking everything up. Still gotta bend the exhaust pipe & get a headlight & speedo. Oh yeah.....need a gas can & oil lol
Neat Idea I like It!
That is a great one handed tool for the way I like to grease my hubs. I just drill about a 1/8'' hole in the center of my hub shells to butt up a grease gun to. Then I would cram grease in until I saw old grease swell out from the hub cones. ''This saved me from taking my hubs apart to re-grease them'' That always nearly took three hands. This is a one handed tool.
Folks with coaster brake hubs I imagine they still need to disassemble those and clean them out.