help me identify this annoying af noise!!!

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2/6/2016 10:36 PM

Because I am hearing noise like grinding in my cranks, I greased the hub bearings, the headset area, and the crank spindle. Idk why the noise is still occuring like it got a lot more quiet after I greased all that stuff but I can still hear it a tiny bit and it is bugging the crap outta me.

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2/6/2016 11:03 PM
Edited Date/Time: 2/6/2016 11:03 PM

Omg dude how many damn threads you going to make about the same damn thing you already ask this questions like one or two times already. Take to your bike to your local bike shop and see if they can figure it out.

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2/6/2016 11:03 PM
Edited Date/Time: 2/6/2016 11:04 PM

grease chain

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2/6/2016 11:05 PM

You should probably make another thread about it, that might help

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2/6/2016 11:43 PM

Step one: Log off
Step two: Go to the nearest freeway
Step three: Throw your bike in it
Step four: Make another thread

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2/7/2016 12:01 AM

take it to your lbs maybe? lol

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ride bikes, have fun

STRAIGHT OUTTA STRAYA

2/7/2016 12:07 AM

well nothing you dumb asses are telling me is working so might as well post 50934680359835956 times

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2/7/2016 12:11 AM

BlangBMX wrote:

well nothing you dumb asses are telling me is working so might as well post 50934680359835956 times

No, it was your dumb ass who had to make two goddamn threads like a retard, and you're another one of those fucktards who can't use basic grammar.

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2/7/2016 12:14 AM

wtf does grammar have do with a bike problem

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2/7/2016 12:17 AM

(I respect you people who are making legit answers)

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2/7/2016 12:18 AM

Hub/driver bearings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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2/7/2016 12:23 AM

Could it be the front hub also cause I already checked and greased my spindle, headset, cassette hub/driver I didnt pack them tho cause they already looked decently packed.

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2/7/2016 12:26 AM

biggybuggy wrote:

Step one: Log off
Step two: Go to the nearest freeway
Step three: Throw your bike in it
Step four: Make another thread

instructions unclear, got dick ran over on freeway.

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2/7/2016 12:40 AM

thanks for all the help






not

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2/7/2016 12:56 AM

Did you clean it all thoroughly and check for any damage? And make sure everything was put back together properly, and tightened properly?
If you did. Something somewhere is bent/damaged and needs replacing. It could be anything though really. Worn springs and pawls, worn bearings (bb, hub, pedals etc), worn chain, damaged links in the chain, bent axle in the hub, bent axle on your cranks, worn splines on your cranks etc....

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2/7/2016 12:58 AM

Grease Splines
Check bb bearings
Check Pedals
Lube chain
Check chain alignment
Check for tight spots in your chain
Checks sprocket for excessive tooth wear
Check if you have the right spacer in your sprocket
Check if you are using the bb spacer
Check your hub and driver bearings

There. Pretty much everything possible. It's also pretty much everything that was mentioned in your last thread.

Don't make unnecessary threads.

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