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How To: Install Niner’s YAWYD Bottle Cap Steerer Tube Mount

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Niner recently told us they’re working on adding tech videos for their bikes and components, which takes full advantage of hiring Ian Hylands and the massive studio they’ve put together (more on that in another post) in their satellite office. Just for fun, and to get a little practice before diving into the really techy stuff, they made this video showing how to properly install and use their YAWYD bottle cap mount for your steerer tube.

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Nick
Nick
9 years ago

They needed a “tech” video for that? wow.

ve
ve
9 years ago

What does turn it to the left mean? I consider myself mechanically competent, but can’t make heads or tails of turning bolts left or right. It’s even more confusing because when you use a T-handled hex like in the video, one end of the grip goes left, and the other goes right! Please dumb down these videos more for me. I don’t understand.

Charlie Best
Charlie Best
9 years ago

Nick and ve.

Point missed.

AlanM
AlanM
9 years ago

If you do not know what “lefty loosey” means, this might be too complicated of a procedure for you.

Champs
Champs
9 years ago

Chris #1 has great taste. Chris #2 is… a little “strange”.

Mat Long
9 years ago

I was never going to buy one but George and Cubby completely convinced me. Well done, boys.

Mat Long
9 years ago

I mean Mark….whoops.

hooby
hooby
9 years ago

Yeah! Nice Bike29 shirt!

DerHoggz
DerHoggz
9 years ago

Even as simple as this is, there is no mention of headset preload.

Deez
Deez
9 years ago

Preload eh, Derz? I didn’t see him loosen the stem.

ronny hörmann
ronny hörmann
9 years ago

… sehr geil – prost – ronny

Tom Servo
Tom Servo
9 years ago

The instructions weren’t clear enough. Bike got caught in the ceiling fan, where did I go wrong?

härbert
härbert
9 years ago

Throwing a Schwinn-Topcap away is NOT acceptable!!!

Anthony
Anthony
9 years ago

Too bad they can’t put some r&d into figuring out a way to get their small parts to Canada without spending double the item cost on shipping.

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