The stupid questions thread.

pink poodle

Our man in the West
I might give you a private showing for brokering the deal that will make the Turner a real bike again ;)
Always with the tease then off to the fans only private viewing...what's your patreon details?

You only need to grease gun for the nipples if you want to grease your bearing that way. It is t essential that you do, but apparently it is much easier. But messy.
 

Cardy George

got ink? want some?
Always with the tease then off to the fans only private viewing...what's your patreon details?

You only need to grease gun for the nipples if you want to grease your bearing that way. It is t essential that you do, but apparently it is much easier. But messy.
Yep yep. Plenty of years of printing presses has shown me the value of the gun. The question is more about the fitting.
 

Cardy George

got ink? want some?
Oh...sorry. I have had similar/same looking fitting on a few bikes and just assumed it was a standard fitting. Bike shop should have you covered.
It could well be just a 'normal' small fitting. I've just never heard of a Zerk fitting before, and the Turner website says they chose them over others.
 

Oddjob

Wheel size expert
What's a Zerk grease fitting and do I absolutely need one for the Turner?

Edit: I need one, does it have to have a Zerk fitting?
Just need a standard grease syringe like this one https://www.pushys.com.au/park-tool-canister-style-grease-gun-blue.html

Reccomended grease is Motorex prep m https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/254596599932 or Super lube https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/162119659604. I've also used the Weldtite TF2 teflon grease https://www.pushys.com.au/weldtite-tf2-bike-grease-with-teflon-surface-protector-125ml.html?gclsrc=aw.ds&&gclid=CjwKCAjwzIH7BRAbEiwAoDxxTgLEa7JSgoDD2n5jznbyKLJ2moKNzR_mZu3kkjSUz120xa3lN-Q3OhoC36wQAvD_BwE



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Oddjob

Wheel size expert
I also forgot to mention, unscrew pivot bolt before injecting grease.

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