No. This is often caused by a dirty or worn secondary drive (chain and sprockets or toothed belt and pulleys). The rear hubs freehub body should also be checked in this case.Troubleshooting: > https://pinion.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/180704Pinion-Troubleshooting-EN.pdf
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