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In every gear if I hesitate pedaling when I resume there's free play for a quarter turn or so and then it will resume normally. This happens repeatedly whenever I 'coast' even for  moment

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Hi,

Your free wheel assembly has play and simply needs to be reassembled. It is not an expensive fix if you wish to take it to a repair shop, or if you are mechanically inclined, you might wish to disassemble the rear wheel drum assembly, which includes the freewheel assembly and the gear spindle.

If however you do not feel confident in this procedure, you might opt to have a repair shop handle it. It is possible they may find a worn part in the freewheel assembly, but as stated before, most parts in the assembly are inexpensive.

Hope this helps. Thank you for using FixYa.

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