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Old 09-11-10, 05:17 PM   #1
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help me figure this out

hello.
I have a trek 1.2 2010.
So this years model.

When i pedal there is an anoying noise. It's like when the chain rubs on the side of the front derailleur.

Do you think it is the bearings where the crank arm is, or in the casette. But it is a less than a year old, surely it cant be that.
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hello.
I have a trek 1.2 2010.
So this years model.

When i pedal there is an anoying noise. It's like when the chain rubs on the side of the front derailleur.

Do you think it is the bearings where the crank arm is, or in the casette. But it is a less than a year old, surely it cant be that.
That is zero information for us to help you on.

It can be as simple as a full front derailleur adjustment down to anything you can imagine repair related. Learn to write proper questions or learn to not have your problems solved.
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