Cassette moving while cruising?

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Cassette moving while cruising?

Postby CrossCombo » April 21st, 2015, 1:28 pm

Hello,

I have a problem with my FLO disc wheel, when I'm not pedaling and just cruising the cassette keeps turning forward and puts a slack on the chain so it keeps hitting the frame. I have put everything in pieces; cassette and the cassette body but everything seems top notch!

Anyone with any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Re: Cassette moving while cruising?

Postby Chris Thornham » April 23rd, 2015, 11:00 pm

CrossCombo wrote:Hello,

I have a problem with my FLO disc wheel, when I'm not pedaling and just cruising the cassette keeps turning forward and puts a slack on the chain so it keeps hitting the frame. I have put everything in pieces; cassette and the cassette body but everything seems top notch!

Anyone with any suggestions?

Thanks!


CrossCombo,

Can you please send us a message on our Contact page so we can start talking about this directly. I'd like to help you trouble shoot the issue. It sounds like something might not be set up correctly. It will be easier to discuss this likely over the phone.

Here's the link to our Contact page. http://flocycling.com/contact.php

Thanks,
Chris Thornham
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Re: Cassette moving while cruising?

Postby CrossCombo » June 9th, 2015, 1:44 am

I finally figured it out!

It was the spacer between the hub and body that was rubbing against the hub. I added a thin (1mm) spacer in between that was slightly smaller in diameter than the larger spacer and the problem was solved. What tipped me off was that the paint was gone on the hub and I saw only the clean metal instead.

/CrossCombo
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Re: Cassette moving while cruising?

Postby Chris Thornham » June 9th, 2015, 8:43 am

CrossCombo wrote:I finally figured it out!

It was the spacer between the hub and body that was rubbing against the hub. I added a thin (1mm) spacer in between that was slightly smaller in diameter than the larger spacer and the problem was solved. What tipped me off was that the paint was gone on the hub and I saw only the clean metal instead.

/CrossCombo


Thanks for the update.
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