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Posted: Apr 23, 2019 at 9:50 Quote
arewolfe wrote:
Thanks!

Or you can use this and save cash.runs smooth,no issues over the 3 years ive had mine.
www.blackspire.com/product/der-guide/

Posted: May 19, 2019 at 21:47 Quote
Hi guys been out of the game for a few year's, but i'm coming back and need help with getting some new drivetrain components. I have a 2012 aurum 2 that i bent my derailleur (stock 9 spd). My question is can i change my 11-28t 9 spd to a 10 spd 11-32t or 11-36t? I would be switching to a zee 10 spd derailleur and shifter. Just wanna know if it would work before i spend the money.

Thanks in advance

Posted: May 20, 2019 at 14:13 Quote
Just swap out der for a non bent one, no use swapping to 10, most of us now are dropping down to 7

Posted: Jun 21, 2019 at 21:31 Quote
Has anyone had issues with what could be described as clanging I the rear ended of the 2019 A-1? I've removed as many chan links as I can and am currently JBweilding a spacer on to my hanger so I can get some more reach out of the B screw. This sound is driving me nuts, nothing like riding a brand new bike that sounds like it came from '02.

Posted: Jun 22, 2019 at 13:44 Quote
ADHDMI wrote:
Has anyone had issues with what could be described as clanging I the rear ended of the 2019 A-1? I've removed as many chan links as I can and am currently JBweilding a spacer on to my hanger so I can get some more reach out of the B screw. This sound is driving me nuts, nothing like riding a brand new bike that sounds like it came from '02.

So your derailleur is hitting the frame?, it could be the the zee derailleur, as it has no rubberized bump stop like a saint unit.

Posted: Jun 22, 2019 at 21:31 Quote
goytay wrote:
ADHDMI wrote:
Has anyone had issues with what could be described as clanging I the rear ended of the 2019 A-1? I've removed as many chan links as I can and am currently JBweilding a spacer on to my hanger so I can get some more reach out of the B screw. This sound is driving me nuts, nothing like riding a brand new bike that sounds like it came from '02.

So your derailleur is hitting the frame?, it could be the the zee derailleur, as it has no rubberized bump stop like a saint unit.

It is not, the derailleur is well clear of the frame, there is no mark on the frame indicating that is its hitting the frame. And yes the clutch is on.

Posted: Jun 23, 2019 at 7:13 Quote
ADHDMI wrote:
goytay wrote:
ADHDMI wrote:
Has anyone had issues with what could be described as clanging I the rear ended of the 2019 A-1? I've removed as many chan links as I can and am currently JBweilding a spacer on to my hanger so I can get some more reach out of the B screw. This sound is driving me nuts, nothing like riding a brand new bike that sounds like it came from '02.

So your derailleur is hitting the frame?, it could be the the zee derailleur, as it has no rubberized bump stop like a saint unit.

It is not, the derailleur is well clear of the frame, there is no mark on the frame indicating that is its hitting the frame. And yes the clutch is on.

I did have a similar issue on my 2016 C7.2 and it turned out to be a combination of the chain slapping on top of the chainstay rubberized section and slapping in the E13 chain guide window where the chain engages on the chainring.

I remedied the issue with a neoprene sleeve on the chainstay and some stick-on velcro strips in the chain guide. It did the trick pretty well for me.

Posted: Jul 5, 2019 at 10:48 Quote
ADHDMI wrote:
Has anyone had issues with what could be described as clanging I the rear ended of the 2019 A-1? I've removed as many chan links as I can and am currently JBweilding a spacer on to my hanger so I can get some more reach out of the B screw. This sound is driving me nuts, nothing like riding a brand new bike that sounds like it came from '02.


It's definitely the b limit screw on the zee. Smashing against the bump stop.on the derailer hanger 100. Go to saint and it's fixed. Only ever had this or see this issue with the aurum and zee combo

Posted: Jul 18, 2019 at 18:04 Quote
ADHDMI, I am having that same clanging noise with '19 A1. Have been meaning to add some chain slap damping material. Will look at the b limit screw as well, any fix other than going to saint?

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