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Pain Chain - Clear (8) - Demo (Cassette)

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  1. If you put a new chain on this cassette. The chain would slip. If a cassette is ‘mid worn’ sometimes there is a mild slip, but after a 50 miles, the chain beds down and you can get another chain’s worth out of the cassette. It depends whether you want the hassle of a slipping chain for a short while. A new cassette. Changing chainrings.
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  3. The weak link the bike drive train is the chain and believe it or not, they do stretch over time. This is normal, the key is changing out the chain before it wears out the much more expensive cassette and chainrings. The common rule of thumb is a cassette will last you 3 or 4 chains if the chain .
  4. When the chain stretches out, it will wear the cassette equally. If we try to put a new chain on a worn out cassette, the teeth on the old cassette will match the old worn out chain and won’t properly hold the new chain. We recommend replacing the cassette for every 2 chains so we can guarantee shifting performance from our tune.
  5. Mar 29,  · New chain and cassette. blinker24v New Member. Joined: Feb Posts: 1 #1. , AM. hello all, this may have been covered elsewhere, sorry if it has. have just changed my Shimano HG73 chain and Shimano HG 50 cassette for new ones. All seemed fine for a couple of weeks but now the chain slips. only seems to slip when, in the.
  6. Feb 24,  · Here I show how to remove your bicycle cassette locking ring without a chain whip or cassette locking tool. This demonstration is with a Shimano lockring type cassette.
  7. If you ride one chain beyond the point of wear, it will damage both cassette and chain rings to different degrees. Your chain is a consumable component on your bike. For most people, kilometers on a chain is a safe distance to ride it before it stretches enough to damage the cassette or chain rings.
  8. Oct 17,  · 5- even though both chain and cassette new, it pays to check. Put your bike in a corner with the front wheel against one wall. Shift to the problem gear combination and get on the bike and try to ride through the wall while a friend watches the chain on the cassette carefully, for signs that it's climbing higher on the sprockets.

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