Bent teeth on cassette
I took off a cassette from one wheel and installed on another. First time using a chainwhip and cassette removal tool. I got the cassette off easily, though when I was installing on the other wheel, I used the chainwhip (not even sure if one is required for install?) and when I was tightening with the wrench on the cassette removal tool I guess I was also applying pressure on the chainwhip and I bent some teeth on the smallest cog.
Should I try and bend these back in place (with a wrench)?
This is a sram cassette (9 speed, bought last year...not sure the model) and I'm not sure if I can buy just the cog that got damaged?
I was planning to bring the bike into a shop in the next month anyway, so I may just wait and let them have a look...