I just read on a thread here where a guy had a rear Maxle break on him. Was the tire wiggly? That was the problem he found first then diagnosed to a broken maxle.
Yeah, this should do it.Amnesia said:Try to lightly pull outward on the chainstays while pushing the hub down and out?
Good call. I've always used a light coat of Park waterproof grease on my thru-axle (White Bros, not maxle). Been good for me.dan0 said:Ive had no problems with my front maxle either. I do grease the threads and the axle itself though
since the axle came out it would seem to be a different issue than the maxle
Nothing major, the derailleur needed adjustment - shifting was rough between large chain rings, and when they built the wheels they used red nipples and lock tite, causing the red anodized aluminum to bleed into the white wheels. just cosmetic but pretty annoying when you drop that kind of cash on a new bike. they threw in a spare set of rims though, so that helped me forgive and forget....until this happened. haha.BMJ said:Graham, what other issues you having with your build?