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    They made a rapid fire style shifter for both...

    They made a rapid fire style shifter for both your model and the wide range. They are not interchangeable as both the overall cable travel and increments are different. You very likely damaged the...
  2. As long as the other side of the pin has not gone...

    As long as the other side of the pin has not gone past flush into the plate, it should be fine.
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    You are very welcome. This one shows the...

    You are very welcome. This one shows the internals of your hub, and how it works. It's not a repair guide, but it may help you figure it out.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_Z0H2U6ejs
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    If it's worth it to you to do a 160 mile round...

    If it's worth it to you to do a 160 mile round trip across the border, I could probably fix you up while you wait. But, I will be away until the middle of next week.
  5. Every Sachs/Sram S7 I ever worked with only had...

    Every Sachs/Sram S7 I ever worked with only had one on the non drive side. Rohloff uses one side only for anti rotation bracing. I'm thinking both sides is belt and suspenders.
  6. Toronto? How far from the nearest Princess Auto...

    Toronto? How far from the nearest Princess Auto store? I picked up a set of these some time ago in anticipation of the day they would come in handy. Finally got the chance to try them out with...
  7. True 28" tires have a bead seat diameter of 635mm...

    True 28" tires have a bead seat diameter of 635mm as opposed to 622 for 700c, BUT, some tires in the 700x38c size are marked 28 x 1 5/8. If you are going by markings on the tires, look for another...
  8. Happy birthday, and welcome. Not unusual that you...

    Happy birthday, and welcome. Not unusual that you wouldn't feel any different. You were only one day older than you were the day before you turned 50. It's just a number.
    61 here, still feel like a...
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    Thanks for all the responses. Most of the online...

    Thanks for all the responses. Most of the online reviews I found were positive on the chain, negative on the connecting links.
    I can economize tremendously by buying 30 meter rolls, but I hesitate...
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    Some of the best rides aren't planned, they just...

    Some of the best rides aren't planned, they just happen.
  11. Great parts list superbly executed....

    Great parts list superbly executed. Congratulations. :thumb:
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    Yup. Hardware store should have P clips, look for...

    Yup. Hardware store should have P clips, look for 1/4" size. I'll bet money the threaded bosses on the underside of the frame will take m5x.8 screws, that's universally standard.
    I've used those to...
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    Just a general inquiry on the product line in...

    Just a general inquiry on the product line in general.
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    Any experience with Taya chains

    Good bad or otherwise? I've never used them myself, but one of my suppliers seems to have switched from KMC, so just wondering if anyone here has any stories to tell about them.
    Thanks.
  15. 34,000 miles ain't much for a Rohloff. Shifter...

    34,000 miles ain't much for a Rohloff. Shifter adjustment is not critical on these as the indexing is inside the hub. You don't mention what country you're in, but if it's North America, I would...
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    I had a positive experience with Park as well....

    I had a positive experience with Park as well. Back when I owned the bike shop, one of my mechanics managed to break both taps in a bottom bracket tapping set. I was inclined to blame operator error,...
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    Never an issue for this guy. ...

    Never an issue for this guy.

    http://i60.tinypic.com/ekqww.jpg
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    Oh yeah, I missed that part. I'm pretty sure a...

    Oh yeah, I missed that part. I'm pretty sure a SRF 3 can be narrowed down from 117. I'm just not sure by how much. I can take a look at one when I get home and report back, but that won't be until...
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    What is the frame material? If it's steel, you...

    What is the frame material? If it's steel, you should have no problem opening the rear dropouts enough to accommodate a 117mm hub. That hub can be narrowed down, if I was at home, I could look at one...
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    The spoke head interference is not so much a...

    The spoke head interference is not so much a concern as nipples that wont swivel to align with the spokes at the rim end, causing the spoke to bend at the nipple. That's the main reason I tent toward...
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    I've reached that point quite some time ago. I...

    I've reached that point quite some time ago. I call it CRS, (cant remember stuff.)
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    Yeah, assuming 26" (559) or larger wheel, I would...

    Yeah, assuming 26" (559) or larger wheel, I would go 3X on a CR18 rim with that hub too on 36 spokes.
  23. Also note, the wheel in the video has internal...

    Also note, the wheel in the video has internal hidden nipples, so they are using a hex socket with extension.
    I just watched it again with my glasses on this time, and I see those are actually J...
  24. The lady in the video is lacing what looks to be...

    The lady in the video is lacing what looks to be 88mm rims with straight pull spokes. I build a fair number of rims with profiles up to that size, but almost exclusively with J bends, big difference...
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    Hi there bobcat. Congratulations on your return...

    Hi there bobcat. Congratulations on your return to cycling. 40 miles is a pretty respectable distance on any bike, so well done.
    I won't offer any advice on bike style, but I can address any gearhub...
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