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  • Does this chain lubing hack damage Shimano motors?
  • Mark
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    Sticking a Torx or Allen key into a chainring bolt and then backpedalling the cranks is a common method for oiling ebike chains. But have we been knac …

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    I’d have hoped we’ve been using BLDC motors for long enough to understand that this wouldn’t cause an issue, unless Shimano had done something weird with their motor!

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    Great clickbait headline. Here’s a spoiler for people who don’t want to read the article to find out.

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    Betteridge’s law applies

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    I can’t believe I just read all of that.

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    That’s just not an article

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    We backpedalled our shimano motor. You wont BELIEVE what happens next..

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    One simple trick to back pedal a motor…..

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    “aarrrggghhhh we’re struggling for content! What can we do?!?!”

    “put out and article saying everything is fine?”

    “splendid idea”

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    In all fairness, they did check with Shimano to make sure it was ok…that was worth reporting!

    Definitely appears to be a very slow news day for that to appear as an article, but then as I don’t own an ebike, I’ve no idea how many ebike owners think about this as something to be concerned about…so this might be the news they’ve all been waiting for.

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    Twenty **** quid. Muc Off certainly aren’t ones to miss a trick with parting fools from their money eh.

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    Ooh is there no swear filter on “charged” ? I must shitting well apologise for that cock up 😀
    (uh, it’s starred it now. How confuzing)

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