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Of course it is possible. They are also rebuildable.

Take it apart and see if it is the pawls or the ratchet (or both) that are worn. Then call WI and get the parts you need to fix it.
 

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(Nevermind.....I read your initial post, and was thinking "clunking" rather than "slipping" for some reason. I tend to read in to stuff too much at times......Ritalin??)




How is your chain tension?

I run a WI rear with an ENO front on several bikes, and sometimes get a noise made by the chain running up on a front (or rear?) tooth....sounds like just one tooth. A good clunk sound. Any idea what I'm talking about??

I think the chain just catches a front chainring tooth for a moment, and then drops back down in to it's normal position.

Just a reminder to me that the chain is a tad loose.
 
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