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  1. Hey Everyone, I recently bought a brand new Santa Cruz Blur C. After every ride I clean the bike thoroughly, but it seems like water is getting into the frame. More recently, I went riding in the rain and noticed that there was quite a bit of water in the frame. To drain the water, I need to remove the bottom screw fastening the bash plate to the bottom bracket, otherwise the water won't drain. Is this a known issue with the Blur?
  2. Hi guys, I've search for this topic but wasn't able to find any other similar topics so here goes.... I actually find it quite therapeutic to clean my own bike and was wondering if there's a specific brand/brands of cleaning kit that I should purchase to clean my MTB... I don't wanna go and buy some brand based on price (and then assume that cos of a higher price, it's better than others) only to find that it's rubbish and ruining my paint job and or components. Any feedback will be great appreciated
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