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Since the chain looked quite worn, I bought a new one and installed it. Funnily enough, the grinding sound/feeling has completely gone away, but now the chain slips on the rear cogs... and can you guess on which cog it slips the most?-- Yep, on the second-smallest one. Judging from this and from previous experiences, I suppose this means that diagnosing all ...


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This could conceivably be a cross-chain issue. Hypothesis: when the chain is on the second cog, it extends toward the chain ring at such an angle that there is interference from the teeth of the larger, third cog. This kind of thing can't be diagnosed remotely without detailed pictures at suitable angles showing the chain line, derailleur and cassette ...



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