Old 07-23-15, 03:20 PM
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Originally Posted by JimF22003 View Post
No choosing I use the 11-speed manual in the hilly country. I keep the 10-speed Di2 machine at another location where it's much flatter. It has a standard crank and a narrower cassette.

I could have gone Di2 on the 11-speed last week (I had the money, but had more interesting things to spend $1000 on ).
R. Thanks for the info. Makes sense using the 11 speed in hilly areas and the 10 speed in flat areas where there is no need for that extra 11th gear.
And spending $1000+ for such as small shift improvement seems like I could think of better things to do with a $1000 also...

Thanks again, SBG123....
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