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  1. SRAM
    The XX rear derailleur on the gravel bike is limited to 36t max cassette. I'd like to use something bigger, 42t or maybe 46t max cassette. I don't know of a 3rd party cage, they all appear to be 11/12sp (garbaruk) Wait-what? There is an 8sp ebike derailleur listed on the SRAM web (RD-EX1-A1)...
  2. Wheels and Tires
    Good morning I' ve bought a new set of wheels, the Miche k1 29 boost, a very light and solid pair of carbon wheels: https://www.miche.it/it/prodotti/mtb/ruote/whk1b1b.html I'm going to change my actual dt m1900 with the new Miche k1 wheelset, ive already changed the front one and I'm looking...
  3. Misc Components
    Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. Rear derailleurs come in short, medium, and long cage versions. But what is the difference and how do you know which one you need? Check out this video to find out. As a recap...
  4. Drivetrain
    When going through rock gardens at higher speeds or downhill over bumps etc, sometimes even a small drop off (12-16") the chain will move one or two cogs on the rear. I ride a 08 Ginat Trance X2 and it has a Deore LX rear derailleur. Will going to a different derailleur have a higher spring...
  5. Drivetrain
    I need to replace my rear-derailleur (it's broken).. a Shimano Deore XT (RD-M750) on a 1999 Trek 7000. I would like to replace it with something equivalent or better. I was thinking of a new XT Shadow or possibly an XTR (is it worth it?). I'm not so concerned with weight. I want something...
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