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  1. Sep 24,  · On the trail, either jam a screwdriver or Allen wrench between the cassette and the spokes, or wrap your chain nearly all the way around the cassette, holding it in place with a screwdriver or Allen wrench slid through the chain links. In a workshop, you use a cassette removal tool. On the trail, you hold a screwdriver against the splines and bash it.
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  5. Loose Lockrings Can Affect Shifting When a cassette lockring loosens you will experience the loud rattling noise and you will probably feel it, too. Because the cogs are steel and if they’re really loose they’ll be jumping around enough to sound like rocks in a rolling tin can. The other issue loose cogs can cause is poor shifting.
  6. Jul 04,  · Shimano cassette a bit loose on rear cassette hub Hey guys! So last night i was going to clean the cassette on my specialized hardrock, after dismounting the cassette i felt it needed to be replaced because it was pretty worn down, so i was off to the store and got a new cassette of the same model as the original, a shimano CS-HG
  7. If the lockring is tight and the cassette is still loose, and assuming you’ve not forgotten to put one of the spacers between the cogs, then you need to add a thin spacer behind the cassette.
  8. Assuming your two strips of audio tape are aligned properly, take your knife and make a 45° cut across the tape. Press straight down with the blade to avoid moving the tape itself and get a clean cut. Use your tweezers to carefully remove both cut-off pieces of tape and gently press the loose tip into alignment with the other on the Post-It note.

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