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Hub re-engagement after free wheeling

Postby AShaps on Wed Apr 14, 2021 10:30 am

Hi All :D
I have a Strida LT. I am experiencing a problem where when I start pedalling after freewheeling, the hub doesnt reengage. I turn the pedals but i get no go-forward because they arent engaged. I stop pedaling wait a second, and more often than not they will engage second time round. Not terminal but very annoying! i am sure i just need to replace one defective part, but i dont know what part i need to replace! does anyone have any ideas?
thanks in advance!
Alex
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Re: Hub re-engagement after free wheeling

Postby Blackstridaaustria on Wed Apr 14, 2021 10:58 am

Hi Alex,

welcome at Stridaforum! :D

I guess it is a defective freewheel mechanism which annoys you.
That woul be part number ST-340-05
https://stridacanada.ca/product/strida-freewheel/
There's a "special" tool required for removal, please read the description at Bill's page or refer to my tool guide, tool T.

Kind regards,

Chris
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Re: Hub re-engagement after free wheeling

Postby AShaps on Wed Apr 14, 2021 11:16 am

Thank you so much Chris!

Blackstridaaustria wrote:Hi Alex,

welcome at Stridaforum! :D

I guess it is a defective freewheel mechanism which annoys you.
That woul be part number ST-340-05
https://stridacanada.ca/product/strida-freewheel/
There's a "special" tool required for removal, please read the description at Bill's page or refer to my tool guide, tool T.

Kind regards,

Chris
AShaps
 


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