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10-14-21, 03:54 PM
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Posted By Rolla

If you bought this set, your levers should be...

If you bought this set, your levers should be good:

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01-13-21, 07:50 AM
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Views: 762
Posted By hokiefyd

Here's another plug for 8-of-9-on-7 approach. I...

Here's another plug for 8-of-9-on-7 approach. I recently upgraded my Trek 750 from an 11-28 7-speed to a 12-32 8-speed by dropping the 36t sprocket of a 12-36 9-speed cassette. I like the wheels...
11-27-20, 10:51 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,338
Posted By dmark

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The cheap 8sp RM-30 is on the right; on left is a 7 eg LX or 105...
07-26-20, 11:13 AM
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Views: 577
Posted By Andrew R Stewart

It's been common knowledge for a few decades that...

It's been common knowledge for a few decades that both fresh pads and Kool Stop's in particular improve braking performance. Andy
05-01-20, 01:44 PM
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Posted By Dan Burkhart

The smallest wheel I have ever built with a...

The smallest wheel I have ever built with a Rohloff was a 406 and that one required 1 x to get it right, so a 349 would definitely need to be 1x. I would not worry about interlacing them either. You...
11-05-19, 06:53 PM
Replies: 5
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Posted By HTupolev

They don't all have a 34T max; the RD-RX812 has a...

They don't all have a 34T max; the RD-RX812 has a 42T max

The RD-RX812 is a 1x derailleur in two ways.

First, it's only designed to wrap enough chain to handle a 42-11 cassette, which is 42-11...
05-18-19, 08:17 PM
Replies: 46
Views: 3,056
Posted By Andrew R Stewart

I would suggest a quality chain tool like a Park...

I would suggest a quality chain tool like a Park CT-5. Very common and likely the most common replacement pin if one should break. But I'll add a tip. Once the chain is positioned in the too, the pin...
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