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Have xt group set for mountain bike,but i noticed there is an unusual sound during up hill climbing. Is there something missing for alignment.

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    What part of the bicycle is the sound coming from?

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Only YOU can determine where the sound originates. From what you tell us the sound could be ANYTHING from your heart thumping out of your chest to a sonic boom from your incredible speed. Narrow it down some. Maybe Google for an instant answer.

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