Removing the motor from your E bike isn’t something that you need to do that regularly. When you do decide to open it up for a clean out and few squirts of contact cleaner, it’s important to get it right.
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Steve’s going through the specifics of removing the motor from a Specialized Turbo Levo. Something that we think is worth doing to give things a spring clean, especially now the weather is starting to brighten up.
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