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Old 06-04-21, 08:55 AM
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Maybe?
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Originally Posted by CABELLOJO View Post
What would happen if I leave my 10-speed cassette on this build, for now?
Shifters are only 9 speed.
Won't work. The 10 cogs take up the same space as 9 cogs, so they're spaced differently. 3.95mm vs 4.34. So if your chain is lined up correctly on the smallest cog, you'll be way off by mid cassette.
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Originally Posted by CABELLOJO View Post

Maybe?
Maybe for this month, but I personally can't handle multicolor tape as a regular diet.
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
Won't work. The 10 cogs take up the same space as 9 cogs, so they're spaced differently. 3.95mm vs 4.34. So if your chain is lined up correctly on the smallest cog, you'll be way off by mid cassette.
Thanks, so I'm in the market for a 9 speed cassette.
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I reckon a good departure from period spec would be the totally sweet threaded to threadless adapter headset one of the members here came up with, always forget his name. Then you can use a modern stem with 31.8 bars, which would really help this thing get up and boogie when you stand on it.

The adapter I speak of totally craps all over your standard quill to threadless adapter; it's almost as nice as using a threadless 1" fork and shim.
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Little Update

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Still trying to find a 9-speed cassette for my Ultegra wheels, color for bar wrap, cable housing color and saddle. Any ideas?
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Well, you'd better start training. Apparently Mario's still in good form.
Love him or hate him, his sprints were a thing of beauty.

The dude looks like even more of a beast now (in his mid 50's ) than he did back then
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bar tape in yellow, white, or red only if you can find one similar enough to the frame red.
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Originally Posted by CABELLOJO View Post
Thanks, so I'm in the market for a 9 speed cassette.

I think the Tiagra 9 speed cassette is still widely available and a safe bet.

I put 11-28 8 speeds on my Shimano 600 bikes and they work fine.
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Still trying to find a 9-speed cassette for my Ultegra wheels, color for bar wrap, cable housing color and saddle. Any ideas?
I'd like black bar tape to match the fork and stem. Murder-out up front, fire engine in the back.
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So, I have this nice Ultrega wheelset........10 speed 105 cassette. As you know, I need 9 speed.


Front wheel...


Rear 10 speed wheel. I purchased a 9 speed cassette.
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The New 9 speed cassette won't go into this freehub.


Stepped?

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So, after researching it seems I have the famous Shimano 10-speed only freehub.
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Originally Posted by CABELLOJO View Post
So, after researching it seems I have the famous Shimano 10-speed only freehub.
I believe that is the infamous deep spline hub they had for a couple of years. The only cassettes that had deep splines were Ultegra and Dura Ace 10sp. Possibly 105 as well but I'm not sure about that. Good idea in theory but stupid in execution since you're limited in cassette selection. I have an aftermarket wheelset with deep splines and I didn't even know about it when I bought it.
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Possible to swap freewheel, or would I need to swap hub and spokes and all?
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Possible to swap freewheel, or would I need to swap hub and spokes and all?
You mean the freehub? It's possible an Ultegra 6700 will fit but I have no way of knowing for sure.
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So, sold the Ultegra wheels and found some blue anodized Mavics to use.
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Found a nice saddle.


Specialized.


Body Geometry.
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Mavic Cosmos wheels, 9 speed Shimano cassette & titanium skewer.
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Blue anodized Mavic Cosmos, carbon fiber fork, and titanium skewers.
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Close up of the Mavic Cosmos.
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