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    Cassete disengaging....Help

    I just got a new wheel deemax 12x150 and whenever i pedal hard to get up a hill or pedal real fast, the deraller disengages and runs free, but then shortly after re engages. I was wondering if anyone else had this problem or knows how to fix it? or should i just bring it to the bike shop
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    make sure the bearing adjustment isnt backed out too far.

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    derailler disengages....what do you mean by this??
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    get it back to the shop. Sounds like your cassette body is slipping (happens with mavic's)

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    like every so often i pedal and it goes freely, theres no resistance so thers no pedal power then it re engages
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    your hub pawls aren't engaging in the cassette body... have it serviced (mavic hubs are known for their quality)
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    Quote Originally Posted by coma13
    your hub pawls aren't engaging in the cassette body... have it serviced (mavic hubs are known for their quality)
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    Didn't you read the sticker on that shock? It said not to do whatever you did.

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