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Old 02-02-2006, 09:30 PM
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Sprocket Grinding

Hey i noticed on my back sprocket every second tooth has lost the paint on it and on the front one it makes a clicking noice when i push the bike[/url]
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it could possibly be the chainguard rubbing against the chain!!!??
that is like mine
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hey legine, i have taken it off and spun the wheel and it still clicks, it really seams like its the actualy sprocket making noise
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it could just be the gearbox, most bikes arent perfectly quiet when they move forward or backward
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it could just be the gearbox, most bikes arent perfectly quiet when they move forward or backward
thanx legine, is yours silent, i tried oiling the chaine but it did nothing, it might be the gearbox, do you know i check that out
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what did u lubricate it with wd40 if so it wont make a difference it will just come off .. try some proper chain lubricant
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what did u lubricate it with wd40 if so it wont make a difference it will just come off .. try some proper chain lubricant

wot lube u mean like ky or like bike lube, on the matter of lube ky is better then ansell
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Chain lube not personal lube
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Chain lube not personal lube


lol i know, i have lubed up the chain though it didnt work
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It could be out of alignment with the front sprocket. Have a good look when you free spin the back wheel. Make sure that the chain is running off the back sprocket in a straight line. Adjustment can be made by loosening the rear axle and using the two chain adjusters. Always use a quality chain lube with low fling off qualities.
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