Ripmo Disassembly Tutorial

Added on: 04/27/2018

The linkage assemblies on the Ripmo are designed to be easily serviceable. Once every season, you should disassemble your frame, check all components, and replace wear items as needed.

This video walks you through the disassembly process. We have an assembly and bushing service tutorial available here: https://youtu.be/lOU7mwek00A

If you feel uncomfortable performing the work yourself, we recommend heading to your local shop for service.

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Ripmo Assembly and Bushing Service

Added on: 04/27/2018

The linkage assemblies on the Ripmo are designed to be easily serviceable. Once every season, you should disassemble your frame, check all components, and replace wear items as needed.

This video walks you through the assembly and bushing service for the Ripmo.

If you feel uncomfortable performing the work yourself, we recommend heading to your local shop for service.

Track: LFO Invasion | By: Josh Tonnissen
Visit: www.soundcloud.com/omniscientrecords

How to use the Ripley Bearing Tool

Added on: 01/08/2014

If you've got your Ripley taken apart already and are ready to remove and replace the eccentric bearing, either in the frame or in the swingarm, this video will run you through the process. The Clemens Tool is available in our store here.

To learn how to get your swingarm removed, the video you want is just below ↓

Ripley 29 Replacing the Eccentric Link Bearings (updated video)

Added on: 01/08/2014

This is a new and improved technical video showing how to replace the eccentric bearings in an Ibis Ripley. Added is the procedure using our Clemens tool, which is available in our store.

Please note this very important note: TORQUE SPECIFICATION FOR THE ECCENTRIC UPPER AND LOWER SHAFT/BOLT IS 4NM

Mojo HDR: Chain Guide Installation

Added on: 07/09/2013

The Ibis Mojo HDR is compatible with ISCG-05 chain guides. This video details the installation of the HDR's ISCG adaptor plate and chain guide.

Mojo HDR: 26 inch to 650b Conversion

Added on: 07/09/2013

The Mojo HDR was designed with optimized geometry for both 26 inch and 650b (27.5") wheels. This is achieved by utilizing replaceable forward shock mounts and a different length and travel shock, optimized for the different wheel sizes. With this design the Mojo HDR can be setup with 26 inch wheels and 160 mm of travel, or with 650b wheels and 130 mm of travel. This video shows you the process of converting from one wheel size to the other. We also recommend you change the fork to one designated for the wheelsize you are using.

Mojo HDR (and Mojo HD): Cable Routing

Added on: 07/08/2013

This video shows how to properly route your cables on the Mojo HDR (and also the Mojo HD).

Mojo HDR: Replacing the Upper and Lower Links

Added on: 07/08/2013

The Mojo HDR and SLR are designed with easy to replace suspension linkages. This design allows for replacement of the bearings and a simple way to change the look of your bike by swapping link colors. This video takes you through the process of removing and installing your new links on your Mojo HDR, SLR, HD, and SL.

Setting the Front and Rear Suspension’s Sag

Added on: 05/15/2013

Setting the correct sag on your suspension bike is a fundamental but super important part of getting the most out of your ride. This video shows you how to achieve a perfectly balanced front and rear end. We show you how on a Ripley, but it applies to any of our dw-link suspension bikes. 

Ripley 29 - Replacing the Bottom Bracket Bearings

Added on: 05/14/2013

Here's a quick tutorial on removing and replacing the press fit BB 92 bottom bracket bearings on your Ripley 29 or your Mojo SL-R. 

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