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Old 10-07-15, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by justinzane View Post
Neither of the pulleys are coplanar with the cogs or with each other. They will straighten enough to ride, but get bent with nothing more than really hard pedaling in lower gears.
That doesn't make sense. There's no torque on the pulleys other than in the plane of the chain. The cogs receive the brunt of your hard pedaling, the derailleur doesn't really care.

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