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Old 04-28-06, 07:55 AM   #1
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10 - 9spd Drive train Question

Hey guys im sure this has been asked before but cant find it

Currently my tri and roadbikes have 2005 105 9spd groups on them i want to start slowly migrating to 10speed groups (as 105 is no longer 9spd) but i dont want to drop cash for a full groupo all at once, So here is my Q


Can i change the Rear dearlier of my 9spd 105 group to a 10 speed RD with out changing the Cassette and shifterlevers? should i change to a 10spd chain with that new RD?
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Old 04-28-06, 08:50 AM   #2
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9 and 10 RDs are interchangable, mix and match no problem. Same with 9/10 cranks. External bearing cranks are nice, but not required. Spend the inital cash on the brifters and cassette. Replace the rest when they break.
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To change from 9 to 10, the minimum you need to get is 10-speed shifter, cassette, and chain. All other parts do not need to be changed.
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