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HAYES BICYCLE GROUP Tech Seminar
Agenda I.Welcome and Introductions II.2008 Product Highlights A.Hayes Disc Brake B.SunRinglé III.Tech Topics A.Hayes Disc Brake B.SunRinglé IV.Questions V.Swag Raffle I.Welcome and Introductions II.2008 Product Highlights A.Hayes Disc Brake B.SunRinglé III.Tech Topics A.Hayes Disc Brake B.SunRinglé IV.Questions V.Swag Raffle
Hayes Bicycle Group News
2008 Product Highlights – Hayes
Stroker Features Radial Master Cylinder New Caliper New Pads Ergonomic Design
2008 Product Highlights – Hayes
2008 Product Highlights – Hayes Stroker Trail
2008 Product Highlights – Hayes Stroker Trail
2008 Product Highlights – Hayes Stroker Carbon
2008 Product Highlights – SunRinglé
Wheels New Improved New Rims MTX Equalizer Ceramic Bearing Options
Tech Topics - Bleeding Bleeding the Stroker
Tech Topics – Bleeding Position the Bike Stroker
Tech Topics – Bleeding Position the Bike HFX-9/SoleHFX-MagEl Camino
Tech Topics – Bleeding Position the master cylinder
Tech Topics – Bleeding Position the master cylinder HFX-Mag HFX-9/Sole El Camino/EC Trail
Remove bleed screw Tech Topics – Bleeding
attach the catch bottle Tech Topics – Bleeding
Stroker Bleed Fitting
Tech Topics – Bleeding HFX-9 Bleed Fitting HFX-Mag Bleed Fitting El Camino Bleed Fittings
Remove the brake pads. Tech Topics – Bleeding
Attach bleed bottle and open caliper bleeder. Tech Topics – Bleeding
Squeeze and release to clear the air from the caliper. Tech Topics – Bleeding
Squeeze the lever and let it snap back. Tech Topics – Bleeding
Rotate the MC on the Bar.
Close caliper bleeder. Tech Topics – Bleeding
Install bleed fitting and replace bleed screw Tech Topics – Bleeding
Install the brake pads. Tech Topics – Bleeding
Tech Topics – MC Service
Tech Topics – MC O-ring
Tech Topics –Caliper Service
Tech topics – Hayes Pads
Tech Topics – Sun/Ringlé
ANY QUESTIONS? CONTACT US: Mail and Warranty Returns : Hayes Bicycle Group 6750 W. Florist Ave Milwaukee, WI Phone: Web:
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