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Old 04-19-19, 01:11 PM
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I don't think it's a broken axle? But, I could be wrong. The wheel itself seeme fine aside from needing a little tensioning. That could very well be the answer. It's just odd that it was completely fine until I changed the cassette. Then it started rubbing but it doesnt show up on the stand. Also. That I can ride it around just fine without rubbing. But once I turn or try to manual or put force through the rear wheel, it runs and the rubbing persists. It's also not a intermittent rub which would suggest that the wheels need to be true'd. It completely stays in the rubbing position until I lift my bike wheel or get off the bike. Did I mess up the axle by changing the cassette? Did I improperly install the.cassette? It doesnt make sense to me.
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