Bicycle Mechanics - Derailleur on my ZebraKenko: screwed up by shop?
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09-18-05, 05:25 PM
I recently went to Pedal Revolution (SF, CA) and had my spokes tightened. Now, the chain has fallen off the derailleur 3 times on my ZebraKenko. Do you think I need a replacement part? I don't think they even make parts for this bike anymore. I put it back underneath the little hook of the derailleur, which I have never seen on other road bikes and the chain doesn't fall off, BUT when I backpedal, it pops off.
Oh, what to do?
09-18-05, 05:57 PM
Easy. Don't backpedal.
09-18-05, 06:36 PM
Is the wheel crooked in the dropouts?
09-18-05, 09:03 PM
well, i just backpedaled after i put the chain back on and did it slowly this time.....the derailleur is too far from the chain path....can i tighten this myself? the back wheel is as straight as it's going to get--i doubled checked this....****ing shop ****.
they also overcharged me when i got my wheel fixed....prolly knew if they ****ed it up i would be back for more.
09-18-05, 09:08 PM
Instead of *****ing here how about go back to the shop and tell them what is up. If A mistake was made by them they will want to remedy it.
By the way I am a shop **** as well, so you can stick it up your ass as we are the ones, on this forum, that usually try to help you guys.
09-18-05, 09:56 PM
Are you trying to shift without pedaling forwards, and then pedaling backwards?
08-23-07, 12:10 AM
Which sprocket derails, front or rear? Does it derail in one specific gear, or multiple gears?
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