brycerider wrote:For the chain you changed the chain plus cassette at the same time? If so then the engagement of the pawls in the hub might be an issue - could just be a clean and some new springs involved
1mm in not bad
When the wear indicator is gone then replace the wheels - thats why they are there
The Duckmeister wrote:See that dimple in the braking surface directly below the flag logo on the tyre? That's your wear indicator. The fact that it's still visible means your rim still has some life in it.
If your chain is still slipping, take a look at the chainrings and compare them to some other photos of worn rings that have popped up in this sub-forum over the years. A new chain on badly worn rings will slip.
Bearings will not cause slip in the driveline. If the major components (chain, cassette & chainrings)are all working well together, the next suspect is the freewheel body, which is a replaceable component. Being titanium, it's not cheap, but certainly cheaper than a new wheel. You cannot sub in a freewheel body from a lower-spec hub to save some money, as the hub internals are specific to Dura Ace.
Weeeeeee wrote:Hey Ducky, were you working today? If so, you may probably have seen/dealt with my mate with these same wheels...he broke a spoke at the bottom of Canadian Bay Rd this morning and limped back to your shop and had the spoke removed and the wheel straightened enough for him to make it back home without having to catch a taxi. Whoever helped him...big thanks
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