does not matter to me, I just go with whatever the bike is set up with
http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/16833-065_SRA858-3-Parts-720-Sram-MTB/Sram-PG-850-8-Speed-Cassette-2010.htmdaisycutter said:show me where 8 speed is still produced?
a more useful way to rephrase the OP's question would probably be "what gearing would be best for DS?"Jim311 said:I don't see how this is even a question.
2010 850's for sale allow me to think that Sram still does.....daisycutter said:You can buy it, but Sram no longer produces the 850s,
yeah my bad I guess , so why dont we go with that question thenbrillantesdv said:a more useful way to rephrase the OP's question would probably be "what gearing would be best for DS?"
read from the master: http://www.leelikesbikes.com/gearing-for-4xds-racing.htmlsickspeed16 said:yeah my bad I guess , so why dont we go with that question then
Not really. 8 speed has slightly wider spacing between cogs. This means that the system can be slightly more tweaked/out of adjustment and still work competently. There's more wiggle room. Slightly wider chain too.SHIVER ME TIMBERS said:what ever you prefer....9 is simplier