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Motorcycle Cowboys - Various - Metal Causing Attitude (Cassette)

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  1. Yozshuktilar
    Jul 18,  · The cassette lock ring is properly torqued to 40 n-m and the "wobble" is still present. When properly installed and torqued on the freehub, I noticed the cassette had a very small amount of play in it. I checked my other 2 wheels and they both had a similar amount of play between the cassette .
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  2. Gardahn
    Oct 11,  · With a standard RD (circa lates?), I can shift my cassette just fine with DT friction shifters. I assume a standard DA RD might not work quite so well. sanjuro Tube Smuggler. Sep 13, 17, 0 SF. Oct 11, #
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  3. Mikak
    PG 9-Speed Cassette. $ View Details. Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare ; View as Grid List. Sort By. Set Descending Direction. 12 Item(s) Show. Sign Up! Five Locations Serving Austin. South Lamar Blvd. Research Blvd. W. Parmer Ln. Bee Cave Rd. Guadalupe St. Shop. Bicycle Sport Shop Giftcards.
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  4. Groramar
    Exact same problem with a brand new set of hope wheels, cassette rings have some play on the free hub. Freehub and all bearings are fine. No noticeable wear on the cassette rings but the play is.
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  5. Mit
    NEW Cassette Deck Motor SHU2L Aiwa JVC Hitachi Nakamichi Sharp Sony Teac Yamaha 5 out of 5 stars (1) 1 product ratings - NEW Cassette Deck Motor .
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  6. Kadal
    The ADVENT cassette has the low gears to get up and the high gears to get back read more. 9 Speed Shimano 8/9/10 sp. In Store. 13% off retail $ your price $ Buy PART NUM SRAM Red XG Cassette Speed A2.
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  7. Zolotaxe
    Nov 10,  · The cassette is shimano and tried several different models with the same issue. Under pressure or load it feels like the cassette is jumping the free wheels splines and there is evidence of it. Before torquing the lock nut I noticed a lot of play but didn't think much of it.
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  8. Gardazil
    A loose cassette causes several issues. It tends to rattle around, and makes shifting difficult in both directions. It’s easy to diagnose a loose cassette – hold the rear wheel in one hand, and the cassette in the other, and slide it along the axle. If it moves even a little bit, it’s loose.
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