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AZTandemPro

Ironman. I'm somewhat confused on this note. I accidently found it. Still learning this forum. So, thanks for the invite. I am in the White mountains of AZ, at 6300 ft. We have used low gear, as we need it around here. We did not hear/feel it rubbing. If necessary I'll build a hanger bending tool. Thanks again.

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  • Ironman.

    I'm somewhat confused on this note. I accidently found it. Still learning this forum.

    So, thanks for the invite. I am in the White mountains of AZ, at 6300 ft.

    We have used low gear, as we need it around here. We did not hear/feel it rubbing. If necessary I'll build a hanger bending tool.

    Thanks again.



    August 9
  • Ironman1518
    Hello wondered where you lived, if close to Southern New Mexico you could bring it over, I'd be glad to help you for free. You DID buy it at a real TT dealer? They should have set it up correctly for you. You never rode it in low low gears, so you would have felt/seen the cage rubbing earlier? One thing you can do is raising the trike and put it in high/high gears, and look from behind to see that the chain-line is straight up and down. There should be a straight line thru the cassette sprocket and the two derailleur pulleys. Here is a video that might help. https://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/rear-derailleur-hanger-alignment

    You can get by without the $75 Park tool by eyeballing it. Good luck!
    August 7
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