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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Is it ok to constantly
Of course it's fine to remove the wheel. That's what most roof racks require and you see thousands of bikes on top of cars. Removal wouldn't cause an alignment issue. Improper reinstallation might. Get it right.
If your bike has those silly "lawyer lips" or wheel retention devices my personal advice would be to file them off as only a moron would be stupid enough to place the wheel on wrong and then go for a ride. Having them in place requires you to unscrew the quick release from its optimum adjustment every time you install or remove the wheel. Repeated adjustment is an opportunity for MALadjustment. Once set I almost never touch my QR's other than to flip them open or closed.
If you do an "ABC Quick Check" before every ride you should be good to go. Google it.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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