This video shows you how to replace the bearings in a Farsports Ventoux wheelset. This covers the front hub, rear hub and rear freehub. A review of the wheelset is available here The replacement bearings are as follows NTN 6803 LLB, Quantity 5 NTN 6903 LLB, Quantity 1 Overaxle presses are as follows 6903 overaxle […]
Fresh from YouTube is another Hambini Bottom bracket install. This time in a Yoeleo R12. This is a revision of the R11 bike Frame that The Unabiker had issues with and it highlights the problems of frame tolerances. The bottom bracket is made to much tighter tolerances than the frames they are pushed into.
Here is a video posted by The Unabiker on YouTube. In it he describes some of the problems he had with his Yoeleo frame and specifically trying to fit a Hambini Bottom Bracket into it. Yoeleo have historically had decent tolerances but it shows that nobody is immune. The check to get it fixed and […]
Farsports are a chinese company that has been in the wheelset business for a number of years. Their products have been widely used amongst budget conscious riders wishing to get the best bang for their buck by buying directly from the far east.
From July 01 2021, VAT regulations within EU countries will be changing. All items sent to EU countries will incur VAT and deliveries of a value below €150 will require small businesses to be registered for VAT in EU countries. At the original publication of this post, there was a minimum order limit for EU […]
Campagnolo cranksets have a reputation of being well engineered and robust but they are not without their problems and quirks. This post explains one of those in detail which surrounds the myths of the preload system, the “safety clip”, the system stiffness (or lack of it) and the involved nature of a bearing replacement. Campagnolo Ultra Torque is found on many of the upper range of Cranksets including the Super Record and Record.
StylishRiding, a viewer of the Hambini Channel videoed their installation of a Hambini BB30A to Shimano bottom bracket and uploaded it. You can view it below
This Teardown covers the Engineering behind the ROTOR 2InPower 30mm Crankset. It focuses on the materials, manufacturing, tolerances,, bearing preload system and system stiffness.
T47 is examined in engineering detail. Some of the quirks associated with the standard, the weights and the frame geometry limitations are discussed. Trek, Felt and Factor variations of T47 dimensional standars are covered.
The axes and planes that would affect the handling and braking of the bike are well above average. Machining quality of the parts was excellent. You can see the video of the review below You can get the bike frame from the Trifox Website