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Old 06-25-11, 09:55 AM
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GeoKrpan
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Try riding the crank as is with the new 11-32 cassette. There will only be a miniscule difference in the lowest gear. With a 700x32 tire the 30/32 combination nets 25.3 GI, the 26/32 21.9 GI, only about 3 GI difference.
A 34 tooth cog on the rear would have netted you 23.8 GI, a 36 tooth 22.5. Or, just replace the inner chainring with a 26 tooth.
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