anyone use one of these? they're listed at around 220 gms @ ~$25, but lack a tension adjuster...
drunkle said:i may be reading this wrong:
9 Speed Compatible: Precision shifting for narrow-spaced 9-speed cassette sprockets. 11-Tooth Pulleys: Alternating contact with chain links reduces wear, larger pulley diameter runs smoother, lasts longer.
Parallelogram Spring Adjuster-no
Guide Pulley-sintered alloy bushing
Tension Pulley-sintered alloy bushing
Bracket Body-aluminum/clear coated
Bracket Body Pivot Seal-no
Plate Body-aluminum/clear coated
Plate Body Pivot Seal-no
Outer Link-aluminum/clear coated
Inner Link-steel/pearl bright
Sealed Link Pins-outer link
Link Pin Bushings-fluorine coated (2)
Silver or Black.
230 gms for 25 bucks, i figured is better than 100 for xtr or ultegra... i'm looking for best bang/buck ratio and not necessarily "race bike" stats. so yeah, i think it'd be a good choice...
Hey, drunkle, what ever happened with this? I ask because i've finally decided to make the switch to 9-speed on my NRS and found a deal from a european rider. I figure getting it under 200 grams won't be a problem and to me that just adds to the bang-for-the-buck - inexpensive, proven, reasonable weight and still tuneable.drunkle said:ok, sounds good.
and yes, i'm using an 12-27 ultegra cassette already.