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Old 07-12-10, 07:06 PM   #1
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Replacing Cassette and chain... need new part numbers

My Shimano LX HG70 11-32 cassette, and my HG-73 9 speed chain need replacing, but I understand Shimano has new part numbers to replace these. Does anybody know the new numbers I need?
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Just get any 9 speed chain. They will work fine.

Same on the cassettes.
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any 9 speed (HG) chain and cassette will work.
The HG-73 chain is still current. the CS-HG80 is the cassette currently in the LX lineup. (The information I have doesn't show the CS-HG70 as being made in 11-32.)
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