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clicking drive
#1
i was suffering from an annoying clicking noise when peddalng and i needed to upgrade my drive so got new pedals , cranks, BB, chain, rear cassette and rear deraileur. and it still happens!!!! any ideas???
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#2
Saddle Undecided
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#3
It could be dirt in the seat post. Mine was doing it and the guys from cycles uk maidstone suggested cleaning it out and it cured it.
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#4
Pivot bearings?
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#5
Knees  Undecided
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#6
Did you just replace the cranks or was it the whole chainset ? Check chain ring bolts. If that doesn't work try replacing the inner tube valve covers ( it's a long shot but you never know Wink )

Sounds like whole drive train has been replaced, what's the hub like
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#7
What? Inner tube valve covers? Firstly why would they make a noise, secondly why would you have them on a bike when they serve no purpose and add a lot of weight!
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#8
"Wideload" Wrote:Saddle Undecided

+1 and or seatpost
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#9
Agreed with above, remove seat post, totally strip saddle mount, clean and copper grease all contact points and rebuiild.
Had the same issue on my last bike & couldn't work out where the noise was coming from. Eventually did the above & completely sorted it.
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#10
Cycle it whilst not sitting on the saddle, if the clicking goes its the saddle or post. Strip & clean as suggested.
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