Last night I went to switch my XT Wheelset onto my new bike, having switched from 9sp to 10sp I needed to change over the cassette. The cassette locking ring was very tight and took a bit of effort to get off, but aaprt from that all went well.
So, after putting the wheel on the bike, there was some skipping which I thought was due to the RD requiring adjustment, tried everthing but it still skipped in the middle gears. Eventually I took a closer look and saw that one of the teeth on about the middle cog on the cassete was bent badly. A bit of srategic bashing with a hammer and it is now in line again and all is good.
What most likley did I do wrong, and how do I prevent this in the future. I assume my chain whip technique is at fault somehow.
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