Raleigh Catalog Database Archive
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Raleigh Catalog Database Archive
I'm under the impression, was led to believe, and work under the assumption this means "for the life of the chain". Reuse the link until that chain is dead and toss it with the chain. I do inspect my...
IDK about that - It sure makes it easier to clean the chain and drive train taking it off. Commuting in all kinds of weather in urban areas has me taking my chain off at least a half dozen times...
I suspect this is a lot of it - While there is money to be made in the high end market, middle of the road pays the bills. I'd bet on 80% of the bikes sold, people could care less if it's stiffer, or...
Looks like a very nice tool, but for that price it better be
I must be OK then as the outlet I use is piped from the compressor on the other end of my shop and the pipe takes up all that volume.
Here's what the problem looks to be. If it's warranty I'd go that route.
It looks like the same problem I had on a old B-72 with the piece that attaches to the tubular frame and moves back and forth with the adjuster. The problem is it should sit on notches on either side...
I just use the 99 cent screw on adapters and my schraeder chuck. I set my regulator to the pressure I want and fill till it quits taking air.
VeloBase.com - View Shifting System
Shimano Positron II derailleur (DG-200)
Good point, yes, replacing the freewheel with a $10-$15 new ramped Hyperglide, while not required, sure improves shifting - even on non-indexed systems. At minimum I'd use a twisted tooth ultraglide...
Good point, fortunately I don't have to pay much attention to this as I live in an area with some older shops. I had Ben's (since 1928) do the last one.
"IN GENERAL" Six speed and up (until you get pretty recent) most garden variety Shimano rears, both Mt and road, will index with Shimano indexed shifters. Fronts have less compatibility, but many...
I usually don't even notice what other cyclists are wearing, nor would I care. Not being the least into racing, I wouldn't have a clue into the significance of certain jerseys. OK, being single maybe...
It wouldn't hurt to contact the seller and offer to possibly work something out where they pay the bill at a local shop to do the repair, rather than pay a bunch of shipping back and forth. Worst...
This - I've worked on bikes that need an uncommon or very old style remover and just pay the shop $5 to remove it rather than invest in a tool I may never use again.
Would this depend on the inflation pressure of the football?
Resembles a drum brake shoe hold down washer, although it should have a indent in the middle for the pin swage. I like the lock thought too.
I made this one for my Sprite from a $2 chain wallet from the thrift store. Holds a couple of wrenches, patch kit, etc
A lot of good info here to help you out.
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IMHO they are much uglier than a nice set of Aero levers.
Did the LBS try running a tap through the hole to clean up the threads?. likely M3 or M4 size. The tap is probably cheaper than a new RD but they kill you on shipping if you can't find it locally.
Any local hardware, auto parts, or home improvement store will have similar china mechanic gloves, and likely cheaper than anything saying "Park"