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Old 05-25-08, 12:54 PM   #1
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chorus '08 pedal click thingy..

I just put a whole new campy chorus '08 group and zonda wheels on a late 80s ciocc.. everything is super smooth except for one problem. There is a random click/slip feel usually on the left foot. It's not the pedals, I tried a few different ones and they all do it. It feels liek a stiff link, but i didn't find any. I thightened the cassette.. checked the cranks.. etc.. it drives me nuts while riding though. Any suggestions? I can't seem to find what it is..maybe my adjustments are slightly off? I dunno.. thanks
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check your chain again it does sound like a stiff link also check your BB and the crank bolt makes sure everythings is tight .
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