Zinn and the Art of Road Bike Maintenance is good, as is the Park Tool book.Xanlact said:Any suggestions out there on a good, comprehensive repair books? I'm a tinkerer.
Your whole post was thoughtful and well-worded. :thumbsup:Indyfan said:Also, some people learn and work better with a hard copy in front of them rather than looking at their computer screen. Plus, I haven't found any website that is as comprehensive as the Barnett's manual, especially for component-specific information.
OK, so I've removed dozens of headsets with a screwdriver and a hammer with no damage to bikes or headset cups. Is there something you want to say to me?Indyfan said:As long as you stay with accepted sites like Park Tool and Sheldon Brown, or are taking advice from someone with a brain that, for instance, isn't telling you to remove your headset with a screwdriver.