Old 02-09-11, 04:24 PM
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An IGH drive train has a lot of parts that can wear that aren't present in a SS drive train. There really aren't any parts in a SS drive train that don't exist in an IGH drive train. SS would be simplest and cheapest assuming it would work for your commute.
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