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· Ron&Fez XM202/Sirius197
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How did ya manage that??? Usually the answer would be no, but the red cassette is steel. Maybe it won't snap if you try to bend it back. If it snaps off when bending, oh well. Was worth trying(don't forget your gloves and saftey glasses) . My red cassette came loose after my maiden ride. The lockring jammed against the frame, causing the pedals to lock up. Cassette must not have been tightened enough when installed. I reinstalled the cassette, been fine for 400 miles since then.
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I have no idea. I've had two messy spills over the past month and as a result my shifting was jacked up. After much adjusting and chain cleaning I noticed the bent ring. FYI the cassette is the SRAM 9-Speed PowerGlide II. happy trails
 

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Having ridden frequently through rock gardens and damaged my own SRAM PG 990
cassette similarly, nothing would surprise me as far as what can be destroyed
or damaged on a mountain bike, including human parts.
 
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