I agree with guys that are saying to check the seat post.I will check the seat post when I get home tomorrow.
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BB's do wear out, so that could be it. Other issues could be a worn chain and/or worn gears. Riding in sandy conditions does accelerate wear on a lot of drivetrain parts.Crazy, as mine sounds like its popping. Just pulledlast week and everything looked fine. Im wondering if I got it all linedup right? Let me know what you find
As others have stated, there are a lot of little things to check.I have about 65 miles on my goblin. It was developed a squeak or creak about 50% of the time on my peddle stroke. Any ideas if I need to add grease already or could be it another problem.
The SRAM PressfitGXP BB (the one in your bike) is fairly cheap and works well, so you can't go wrong with using the same as a replacement. Alternatively, a BB92 from Shimano also is the same standard and works fine.Yep did all that! I think Jeremy is right I think its just worn out! Any suggestions on BB brands? Or just get same one? Heard the e13 had a good one! Thanks guys
The SRAM PressfitGXP BB (the one in your bike) is fairly cheap and works well, so you can't go wrong with using the same as a replacement. Alternatively, a BB92 from Shimano also is the same standard and works fine.
I don't have any first-hand experience with e13 BB's so I'm not able to speak to them. I do like most of the stuff e13 puts out so they're probably OK.
To remove the old BB and install the new on your HobGoblin, you'll need the following Park Tool set:
Park Tool Co. » BBT-90.3 : PressFit Bottom Bracket Bearing Tool Set : Bottom Bracket
Let me know if you have any questions, thanks!
was making the noise so I rode it in the parking lot of my LBS and found the noise was coming from the rear end. Turns out the rear hub was making the noise. Torqued it down a little more and noise went away.Mitch, did you take the seals off the BB bearings and repack them with grease?