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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Schwinn S40 DSX part name
Forget new guide wheels. A new rear derailer is the real fix. You will need to order a new one by the number of gears on the rear gear cluster. How the derailer is mounted, Which way it moves when by the spring direction etc... By the way, get a higher quality one than the one you have got. If you go megawheel on the lower guide wheel; which I recommend, you might need a couple more segments in your chain. Yes, you need a new chain. If you wore out a part on you derailer, your chain is getting old. I recently bought a new rear derailure for my wife's bike for 29 bucks at a much better quality than the old one. It does not have problems of getting between gears, clicking etc... like the old one did new.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Sheldon Brown's Bicycle glossery is a good place to start, you can google him and he may be slow on replys but he can usally steer you in the right direction.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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You need a bicycle-specific chain wrench to hold the cassette stationary (for when you reinstall it) and a cssette wrenc to loosen and tighten the lockring on the cassette. You can pick up both of these tools at any bicycle shop. Info on how to perform the work once you have the tools can be found at parktool.com/repair/.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Check the tightness of the crank bearings, also the crank fastening nuts (on axle) If its the gears you may have to turn the screws on the rear derailleur to adjust the tracking. The same as the front. Your question is kind of vague so its hard to pinpoint the clicking noise. Could even be a stone in the tire??lol
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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