Its not the chain, derailleur, cassette, or dork disk. Its the Bottom bracket I flipped the bike upside down, pulled the chain off the small chainring, turned the crank and it got tight. And the chain clearance was fine. See now Im not sure If i have to replace the bottom bracket or the whole crank. Could it still be that the bb is actually tightening around the frame's bb threading? I do. Discuss.
No I had the lbs do it. I went to a new company thats rated higher then the old one a went to. Service and selection was like 4x higher. I opened that hex bolt at the base of the crank arm, and stuck the allen wrench in it, and man is it filled with green goop with a yellow thicker goop.
Intense SS, Old spesh P series, ski/snow bike, fixie conversion
like the bb cups??...Just see if they turn by just using your hands
Also I was looking at your other thread and saw that in all the pics you are cross chaining (bigest chainring to smallest cog and vise versa) and making an angled chainline. Was your problem still there when your chainline was straight as possible??
Originally Posted by Killer B
The way I ride requires the most advanced, toughest wheelset's available.