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05-01-2018 12:17 PM  6 months agoPost 1
trillian

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A couple things on the Shape S8: First of all, the one-way has some friction to it, I don't think anything is wrong it's just the auto gear doesn't spin very freely if the main gear is stationary. Does it 'bed in' over time and get less draggy? The other thing is that with the lower Jesus bolt plenty snug there is still some play between the shaft and the main gear - it's like what you'd expect to see if you put a way too small bolt and there was slop, if you see what I mean (only, it's definitely the correct size bolt and is tight). It seems like there's some slop between the auto sleeve and the main shaft, is this normal?

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