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JDCP MX Pro Tips
Tech tips from the pros at JDCP MX.
  • Wheel Lacing

    Wheel building is likely the last thing you think of when a bike related project comes to mind. In most cases, if you are going to do a service that is more than just a basic oil change and filter cleaning it will be a top end rebuild or fork oil change. Building a wheel with spokes can be tricky but if you follow these steps, you should be alright.

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  • Wheel Bearing Maintenance/Replacement

    Wheel bearings should be checked on a regular schedule. The motorcycle manual will outline recommendations particular to the motorcycle model. If you hear a grinding noise coming from the wheel or the wheel wobbles, this is a good indication that you should check the wheel bearings.

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  • Brake Bleeding

    It is actually not very hard to bleed your own motorcycle brake fluid. This should be done at least every 2 years. Or when the brake fluid turns from clear to a brown to black color. Make sure you have the tools to bleed your brake fluid.

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  • Spoke Tighening Tip

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  • Wheel Truing Tip

    Due to the high amount of stress put on dirt bike wheels by rough terrain, MX tracks, jumps and loose gravel, most dirt bikes use a traditional hub, spoke and rim system that they can be fixed when the rough terrain they're ridden on knocks them out of round.

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  • How to Check Dirt Bike Brake Pads

    A dirt bike has its brakes mounted to a frame around the rotors on each wheel in clear view. You must check the brakes often to ensure you have the stopping power you need while riding.

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  • Wheel Maintenance Tip Three

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  • Wheel Lacing Tip Three

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