Thank you. Yes, that was the conclusion I came up with.
I talked to the mechanic at length yesterday and luckily for me they didn’t toss my old sprockets and chain (I wonder what they do with them). AND they totally messed up! So, the bike had +3R, -1F... What I didn’t put in my previous post was that I thought the bike wasn’t behaving the way that it did prior to the work and I was thinking it was me. Now it makes sense! So, they are going to replace my sprockets and chain at no cost to me.
Question does it really matter if you use aluminum vs. steel on the rear sprocket? They were really trying to get me to keep the OEM (mainly because they didn’t want to eat it) setup and one of the arguments was that I should really be using a steel rear sprocket because the aluminum will wear faster or fail more often than the steel. This came up because they were telling me that they would not be able to get a rear sprocket -2 or -3 in steel. Any truth to that?
~ There are old pilots and there are bold pilots. But, there are no old bold pilots...
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