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    Even better, put the light mount right where it's...

    Even better, put the light mount right where it's contacting the seatpost collar on the frame so once you're done wrenching, you can just drop the seatpost in the frame to the mechanical (light...
  2. DMF, you've got to lurk more. E: AFAIK, the...

    DMF, you've got to lurk more.

    E: AFAIK, the spinning for shimano's hollowgram 2 (outboard bearing) cranksets has not changed. I know for a fact the bottom brackets haven't
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    Yep. Nobody has ever put bar end shifters in the...

    Yep. Nobody has ever put bar end shifters in the ends of drop bars in touring bikes. Ever.

    You're entering uncharted territory here, OP, tread lightly.

    Real answer: you need to remove the...
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    … why don't you post the same picture you were...

    … why don't you post the same picture you were looking at?
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    Never heard of it, and the picture isn't helping...

    Never heard of it, and the picture isn't helping create enough interest for me to google and wade through links talking about [presumably] a clothing chain that went south some time in the 90s.
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    This wobble can come from a lot of different...

    This wobble can come from a lot of different things, including dish and hub bearing preload.

    The headset sounds like it's not the issue to me, might be time to take a broader look.
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    See, the wheels MIGHT be setup for 11s shimano. ...

    See, the wheels MIGHT be setup for 11s shimano. Some aftermarket hubs had a longer than spec freehub body with a spacer. There were like 10 years and a dozen models of bontrager rxl wheels, so I'm...
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    If you're sticking with campagnolo, go for the...

    If you're sticking with campagnolo, go for the freehub body and regular campy cassette. Shimano has transitioned to 11s as well, so I'd imagine it's only a matter of time before wheels manufacturing...
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    What are the wheels you have now? Can you buy a...

    What are the wheels you have now? Can you buy a new freehub body?
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    Not at all cheap at $160, but this wheels...

    Not at all cheap at $160, but this wheels manufacturing cassette is what you're looking for:

    Wheels Manufacturing 11 Speed Cassette - Cassettes - Excel Sports
  11. The levers in the OP are 6500, those won't work....

    The levers in the OP are 6500, those won't work.

    Are these sold? If they aren't, I'm in.
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    Shimano Deore M592 SGS Shadow Derailleur >...

    Shimano Deore M592 SGS Shadow Derailleur > Components > Drivetrain, Brakes and Pedals > Rear Derailleurs | Jenson USA
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    I don't grease every fastener. In fact, I don't...

    I don't grease every fastener. In fact, I don't grease MANY fasteners.

    Maybe I'm weird. http://i.imgur.com/esmE8.gif
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    Wait, that's what this is all about? really?

    Wait, that's what this is all about?

    really?
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    Somehow I don't think you'll be able to deduct...

    Somehow I don't think you'll be able to deduct anything- for basic socket caps, a 4mm key turns an M5, a 5mm key turns an M6 and a 6mm allen key turns an M8 (eight). IIRC for button heads you go...
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    If it's smaller than a #6...

    If it's smaller than a #6 (we have a board with studs and nuts on it at work), I'll measure the diameter with calipers and use a thread comb (the aforementioned jackknife style) for the pitch. If...
  17. If you're concerned about the premium it'll cost...

    If you're concerned about the premium it'll cost for horizontal dropouts/track ends, how do you think a bb30 frame will play out?

    Hint: It's also going to be more expensive than any old vertical...
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    'Testicles Relaxing' Awesome.

    'Testicles Relaxing'

    Awesome.
  19. That's the entire idea. Have you ever heard of a...

    That's the entire idea. Have you ever heard of a 132.5mm spaced hub? No, it doesn't exist. Surly's thinking here is that this frame can fit both 130mm and 135 mm axles.

    IIRC, Cannondale did the...
  20. Thread: TREK Question

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    700s have 700c/27" wheels, 800s have 26" wheels.

    700s have 700c/27" wheels, 800s have 26" wheels.
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    Cinelli criterium? 437377

    Cinelli criterium?



    437377
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    Wait, You bought this bike from the same shop...

    Wait,

    You bought this bike from the same shop you took it to. The cone slipped out of adjustment enough to become an issue. Did they set up your bike improperly? Is this not just an issue of...
  23. Right, but there's a middle step in this whole...

    Right, but there's a middle step in this whole process (New freehub body + new axle spacing => redish wheel instead of new FH body => redish the wheel) that was a little lost in the OP.

    I'd...
  24. Really? I have *never* heard of that. E:...

    Really?

    I have *never* heard of that.

    E: AH! …Redishing isn't really the event here. It's changing the amount of axle protruding from the hub body to get the cassette locknut to clear the...
  25. Why would dish matter? Dish is what centers a...

    Why would dish matter?

    Dish is what centers a rim to the center between the axle's two locknuts. It's kind of an objective thing, not something that one manufacturer can do differently than...
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