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PostSubject: stripped my rear hub   2/28/2011, 9:44 am

Ok so today i was riding and i started really cranking up a hill and either my chain slipped which i doubt since it's still tensioned properly, or i stripped the threads on my cog/hub. Any one have advice on a strong rear hub/cog assembly that i can really torque and not strip?
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PostSubject: Re: stripped my rear hub   2/28/2011, 9:59 am

Jeromespleen wrote:
Ok so today i was riding and i started really cranking up a hill and either my chain slipped which i doubt since it's still tensioned properly, or i stripped the threads on my cog/hub. Any one have advice on a strong rear hub/cog assembly that i can really torque and not strip?
the lockring might just be loose, but i guess you were going up hill...

formula hubs work fine, but really anything more expensive will work better or just as good.

whats your price range?
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PostSubject: Re: stripped my rear hub   3/4/2011, 7:11 am

You likely just need to tighten your cog and then your lockring afterwards. Cogs need to be checked for thightness when they've just been replaced.
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PostSubject: Re: stripped my rear hub   3/4/2011, 7:26 am

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You likely just need to tighten your cog and then your lockring afterwards. Cogs need to be checked for thightness when they've just been replaced.
if he was going up hill, the cog would only get tighter... its either stripped or not tightened
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PostSubject: Re: stripped my rear hub   3/4/2011, 7:56 am

scmalex wrote:
rocferd wrote:
You likely just need to tighten your cog and then your lockring afterwards. Cogs need to be checked for thightness when they've just been replaced.
if he was going up hill, the cog would only get tighter... its either stripped or not tightened

I was implying that his cog wasn't tightened all the way. So as he pedalled up hill, the slipping feeling he experienced, was his cog tightening.
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PostSubject: Re: stripped my rear hub   3/4/2011, 9:44 am

rocferd wrote:
scmalex wrote:
rocferd wrote:
You likely just need to tighten your cog and then your lockring afterwards. Cogs need to be checked for thightness when they've just been replaced.
if he was going up hill, the cog would only get tighter... its either stripped or not tightened

I was implying that his cog wasn't tightened all the way. So as he pedalled up hill, the slipping feeling he experienced, was his cog tightening.
gotcha...
to the OP. ride up a big hill and bring a chainwhip and lockring tool. tighten that shit up Wink
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