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Old 07-05-12, 08:28 PM
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Andycapp
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Thank you much! Took it out for a bit more of shake down today. I swapped some clipless pedals on only 'till I can make those plates I mentioned, maybe this weekend. Raised the stem just a little bit, but not much. Cycling takes a back seat to speed-skating for me. That low position and a strong core is what it's all about - no back pain here! Shifting still needs some ironing out. On the list is a better chain and some inner cable lining under the bottom bracket to relieve a little friction. The stuff I had on hand was to big of a diameter to fit in the cable guides. Anybody have experience running the early Chorus derailleur with the Record brifters? Any tips/tricks would be great.

-Andy
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