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Yup what that ^^^^ lot said..

It's always intimidating messing with things for the first time.. Just, take your time.. Get your head around the processes of getting the job done before you pick up a tool, and double check your steps..

YouTube is your friend.. You can get a real good idea of processes involved by watching clips of others fixing similar bikes.. I do think it's a good idea to work on your own bike tho' .. Not only do you save the $80.00 an hour in shop labor.. But you will feel more connected to your bike and have a certain amount of confidence on the ride for knowing a little about the wheels under you.
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