Loose In The Socket - Various - No Mistakes For Epitapes (Cassette)

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  1. When replacing your MTB cassette – rough shifts or frequent chain slippage will tell you that it’s time for a new one – remember that you must get one with the same number of sprockets as your old one. You cannot replace an 8-speed cassette with a 9-speed as the greater number of gears requires a different width chain.
  2. Feb 14,  · Wrap the long loose end of the chain whip over the top of the cassette as shown so that it is pulling the sprockets clockwise. Engage the fixed portion of the chain whip on the lower portion of the same sprocket that the loose end is attached to.
  3. Unless there is a defect in the cassette or freewheel, it should not wobble (at all!) when properly installed. Try removing and cleaning the cassette (a bit of dirt can cause it to get skewed a bit). When you put the cassette back on, make sure there is about 1 mm of cassette sticking past the freewheel hub before putting on the locking ring.
  4. Sep 17,  · Cassette shells are not delicate, nor precise. Over the years, cassette shells can hold a bend from abuse, high temperatures, and from vibration, etc. First thing to try, lightly torque the shell back and forth. If the reel holding the tape has a wave, sometimes it will force the tape to line up properly.
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  6. All in one Cassette Remover Tool How To Remove a Cassette. Now that you have all the tools you need, first remove the skewer from the wheel. Second, take the wheel and while standing, place it in front of you so the cassette is pointed out, away from you. Thirdly, insert the cassette remover tool into the groves on the end of the cassette.
  7. Put the chain whip on the steel portion of the cassette, orient it to turn the steel sprocket assembly counter-clockwise. While holding tension on the chain by using the cranks, turn the chainwhip counter clockwise until the arrow on the steel sprocket assembly lines up with the unlock arrow on the aluminum piece. Add a comment.
  8. Jul 04,  · Shimano cassette a bit loose on rear cassette hub but im an engineer so it might be different for non-technical degrees # toot mtbr member Reputation: Join Date But after torquing they never felt loose. I had to go buy a socket to fit the locking tool to be able to use a torque wrench on it.

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