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  1. Yes, generally they are. Many have used 10s...

    Yes, generally they are. Many have used 10s cranksets on an otherwise 11s drivetrain with no problems. It is less common to hear about 11s cranksets on 10s drivetrains, but I know there are some of...
  2. Generally, the newer lined housings and coated...

    Generally, the newer lined housings and coated cables will never need any sort of lubrication.

    But if anything, I do put a dab of light oil in the housing when shifting/braking starts to get a...
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    The $600 price difference between 2014 and 2015...

    The $600 price difference between 2014 and 2015 models gives you better wheels (aero wheels), and a better saddle (fi!zi:k Arione). Other than that, they're basically the same bike.

    I'd take the...
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    So I did get the two interchanged :p Thanks very...

    So I did get the two interchanged :p Thanks very much you two for clarifying the matter.
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    There's a reason why that FD is probably cheap......

    There's a reason why that FD is probably cheap...

    The entire SRAM Red Black is a very good group, except the FD. The titanium outer cage is flexy and even after having it adjusted correctly, it...
  6. Don't forget the MegaEVO BB!

    Don't forget the MegaEVO BB!
  7. Good for you. As for the BB, they last for...

    Good for you.

    As for the BB, they last for tens of thousands of miles before needing replacement. Anyway, yours wouldn't be compatible with any FSA crank so it would make sense to change it out.
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  8. OP, if it is possible, try to order an SRAM Force...

    OP, if it is possible, try to order an SRAM Force 50/34 GXP crankset from your seller as a replacement. That way, you won't need to replace the Token GXP BB that is currently on your bike.
  9. The OP is already running a SRAM Force 53/39...

    The OP is already running a SRAM Force 53/39 crankset with a Token GXP BB.
  10. MegaEVO is the model of the BB for BB386EVO...

    MegaEVO is the model of the BB for BB386EVO cranks. No such thing as "just straight EVO" in FSA's products. EVO may refer to the cranks (but that would be misleading).

    There is a "MegaExo"...
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    The OP did mention that there was no chain. So it...

    The OP did mention that there was no chain. So it wouldn't be a "chain too long" problem.

    As Bill said (and what you may have surmised), putting a properly sized chain will put tension on the...
  12. The standard is named BB386, which specifies the...

    The standard is named BB386, which specifies the spindle diameter and length. "EVO" is just the marketing term FSA uses for their line of cranks with the standard I believe.
  13. You are correct with 24 referring to thread pitch...

    You are correct with 24 referring to thread pitch (24 TPI) in the BB's spec. The 1.37x24 refers to the shell diameter and threading on the cup. Older bottom brackets (cup/cone-, cartridge-types) have...
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    +1 The B-screw moves the derailleur body back...

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    The B-screw moves the derailleur body back so that the jockey wheel clears the larger sprockets when the RD swings inward.
  15. With the myriad of BB shells on bikes and crank...

    With the myriad of BB shells on bikes and crank options it can get very confusing. Let me clarify some things for you.



    Your bike has 68 mm wide English threaded BB shell (BSA).

    The cranks...
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    Are you referring to the rear derailleur's...

    Are you referring to the rear derailleur's sprocket?

    The top sprocket is the jockey wheel and the lower a tension pulley. They are not interchangeable. The tension pulley can be made larger than...
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    Those are good for a worry-free replacement....

    Those are good for a worry-free replacement. However, BB30 are standard 30x42x7 mm deep-groove bearings (6806/61806). Any bearing supplier will have budget bearings on stock, much cheaper than those...
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    Which is the reason why many recommend using...

    Which is the reason why many recommend using Loctite 609 on the bearings (with a 24-hr curing time) before installation of the crank. Reread the previous posts for more information on why using...
  19. If I had an 8s cassette then, I wouldn't have...

    If I had an 8s cassette then, I wouldn't have gone the "8-cog cassette with 7-speed spacing" route. And that's what I eventually did - buy a standard 8s cassette.



    That's a bummer. Would have...
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    The CAAD10 for 2014 is Di2 ready. This might...

    The CAAD10 for 2014 is Di2 ready. This might help.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6K-AL-C97XQ

    Don't know about the installation though. The video does not show the left side of the bike.
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    They're also on all the CAAD8 models.

    3.0 are the synapse wheels[/QUOTE]

    They're also on all the CAAD8 models.
  22. There are instances where the listed parts on the...

    There are instances where the listed parts on the website do not conform with what comes physically on the bike.

    When I bought my CAAD10 5 105, the website indicated that it comes with Tektro...
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    Nope. Mine had Shimano RS10 - they're the...

    Nope. Mine had Shimano RS10 - they're the official CAAD10 wheels :D
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    Warm. Di2 with old silver Ultegra crankset. It...

    Warm.

    Di2 with old silver Ultegra crankset. It would look better with the ice grey version. White bar tape to match the saddle.

    Oh, and no white garage door :)
  25. It depends on what you have. There are some 6s...

    It depends on what you have. There are some 6s freewheels (Suntour for example) that have the same c-c spacing between cogs with 7s (5 mm).

    The OP could try adjusting the RD to shift onto the most...
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