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    Chain is in the top ring and when I mash (not that hard even) it pops! off of the ring. I adjusted the FD and its doesnt work. I am sure this is an easy fix with the knowledge.

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    Default Re: chain falls off under force

    Falls to the outside?
    How did you adjust the FD? Is it in the proper orientation as in angle and height above the chainring, and did you also adjust the limit screw?
     

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    Default Re: chain falls off under force

    How badly worn is the ring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    How badly worn is the ring?
    That's what I was thinking. I just replaced a ring that was acting a bit funny. Dropping the chain at odd times and making a wee bit of noise. Closer inspection revealed a couple bent teeth. All the problems disappeared with a new ring.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by cny rider View Post
    Falls to the outside?
    How did you adjust the FD? Is it in the proper orientation as in angle and height above the chainring, and did you also adjust the limit screw?

    Falls to the outside?
    Falls on the inside

    How did you adjust the FD?
    adjusted the screw limit and tighten the cable at varying degrees and replaced to chain.

    Is it in the proper orientation as in angle and height above the chainring,
    I have not adjust either for over a year with no issues. It started acting up ever since I cleaned my chain a week ago. There no signs of movement.

    and did you also adjust the limit screw?
    yes.



    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    How badly worn is the ring?
    I would love to hear your opinion.

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    Shark Shark !!! Kidding. It's toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Shark Shark !!! Kidding. It's toast.
    New chain ring bc it's toast. Got it. Thanks!

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    Well it served you.

    FWIIW I take it you ride in the gnar. The rings are not going to last nearly as long were you riding clean roads. The Shimano stuff is good but it's not nearly has durable as say a TA which might get you another season riding in NFS-worthy conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Well it served you.

    FWIIW I take it you ride in the gnar. The rings are not going to last nearly as long were you riding clean roads. The Shimano stuff is good but it's not nearly has durable as say a TA which might get you another season riding in NFS-worthy conditions.
    Just replaced the chaing rings (ouch$$$). Works like a charm. TT thank you. You earned two free internet bug identifications with 3 private corresponding pontifications on each said bug ID via email.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    Just replaced the chaing rings (ouch$$$). Works like a charm. TT thank you. You earned two free internet bug identifications with 3 private corresponding pontifications on each said bug ID via email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Well it served you.

    FWIIW I take it you ride in the gnar. The rings are not going to last nearly as long were you riding clean roads. The Shimano stuff is good but it's not nearly has durable as say a TA which might get you another season riding in NFS-worthy conditions.
    There is a lot of the gnar in paradise.

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    Take the opportunity to replace the chain while you are at it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by guido View Post
    Take the opportunity to replace the chain while you are at it...
    I'd replace the cassette as well, there's nothin' like a new drivetrain!

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    Not to range too far off topic BUT when was the last time anybody here had to replace a cassette forreals?
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    I'd replace the cassette as well, there's nothin' like a new drivetrain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Not to range too far off topic BUT when was the last time anybody here had to replace a cassette forreals?
    Not since I started using NFS.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    Chain is in the top ring and when I mash (not that hard even) it pops! off of the ring. I adjusted the FD and its doesnt work. I am sure this is an easy fix with the knowledge.
    Same thing happened to me. New crank day!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Not to range too far off topic BUT when was the last time anybody here had to replace a cassette forreals?
    I replaced a cassette last month...and the rings, and the chain. It was all toast - too many miles, not enough lube.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Not to range too far off topic BUT when was the last time anybody here had to replace a cassette forreals?
    Back in 10 speed days using Miche and Veloce cassettes. But only because individual cogs were not readily available. Most wear on the middle 3 cogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j44ke View Post
    Back in 10 speed days using Miche and Veloce cassettes.
    Ditto for me (but with 9 and 10, and I'm holding at 10). Just say no to Veloce cassettes. Too soft. Chorus or Centaur is now as low as I'll go.
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    Default Re: chain falls off under force

    Looks like you also need a new one of these:
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