For all you riders like me that live in cold-weather areas, the time has come to think about getting ready to hit the road (and none too soon). If bike has spent the winter in storage there are some points to consider before you venture out. A little time and effort now can save you agonizing time and money when it counts. Below are just a few recommendations; please check your owner’s manual for a complete checklist for service.
Suspension and Steering: Follow your owner’s manual to properly check and adjust your steering head bearing. Replace your fork oil and look for signs of fork seal leakage. If it is leaking even the slightest bit take care of it now. Add grease to all grease zerks your owners manual should have a complete Flange Insulation Gasket Kits list of grease points.
You could be backwashing too often. Backwash only when the pressure rises 7 – 10 psi over the starting pressure, or when the return flow back into the pool becomes low.
You may have live algae causing the filter to clog. By testing the water balance with a test kit and super chlorinating Spiral Wound Gaskets you should solve this problem.
Step #10 – CURING: Let the shower pan set for 24 to 48 hours to allow the silicone to properly cure. Once cured, the wallboard and wall panels can be installed.
Step #7 – SET SHOWER PAN: Lower shower pan into place. Check the pan for level. Press down as necessary to re-level the shower pan. Apply a silicone bead along the front edge of the threshold to seal the threshold of the pan to the sub-floor.
It’s clear that a leaking sink is much more than an annoyance. When you start to hear that telltale drip, take the necessary steps to fix it quickly, before it causes even more damage!