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Flink

My rear sprocket is a little loose, not bolts, but you can move a little forward and backward. Should it do so? Or is the hub shock broken?
Hi Flink,

if the dampers are worn I do pieces of a bicycle tube over the alloy pins.

Like this here:

[Image: SNC00252-1.jpg]
[Image: SNC00255-1.jpg]
Taken from XT-660.de

Cheers,
Lars

Flink

"Evildent_r Wrote:Hi Flink,

if the dampers are worn I do pieces of a bicycle tube over the alloy pins.

Like this here:

[Image: SNC00252-1.jpg]
[Image: SNC00255-1.jpg]
Taken from XT-660.de

Cheers,
Lars

Okay, thanks for the pictures. Must disassemble and watch.
Patrick.
It"s just the "cush drive" it"s supposed to have a bit of movement to help stop wear on the chain ,the idea being that the rubbers take up whatever clunk there is when you put the bike in gear or when changing gears to stop the chain and sprockets getting damaged ,If it"s really bad do as shown in the pics and pack them out with rubber inner tube Thumbup