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Old 10-15-05, 07:22 PM
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shane45
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Originally Posted by supcom
But if it's not and the chain drops between the large cog and the spokes, you may be respoking your rear wheel and buying a new derailleur.
That's why people should learn how to check and adjust their own derailleurs. Nothing screams "I don't know anything about bikes except how to ride them" louder than cassette spoke guards (and possibly reflectors).
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