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    Anyone have a isg adapter or monolink they want to part with?

    Hi
    I got one new ml8 from Ethan and he has none of these adapters, does anyone have one so I can run a hammerschmidt or a single ring setup easily? I need it sent to new Zealand too please

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    why would you need the adapter on a single ring set-up? i just run a bb-mounted taco and upper chain guide (mrp amg g3 or something).

    i do have an iscg adapter that i am not using right now, i'll let you know in the next day or so if i decide to let it go - postage to NZ will not be an issue).

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    That would be great if you don't want your adapter, the main reason is I have a hammerschmidt sitting idle that I would like to use.
    Thanks for the reply thou

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    I have a Hammerschmidt on my ML8; AWESOME!!
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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    I will suggest you to lift a hammerschmidt before you go that route, I was really to install one on my ML-7 but the until weights at least twice as much as my XTR cranks and King bottom bracket, sorry I don't have a scale to be more precise..

    If you still want one we can talk..

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    I really like the hammerschidt, mine was shelved after I was using it on an old instigator, the new frame wasn't aligned well enough to use it so it has sat in a box for a while,
    The hammerschidt is heavy granted, but it's clean shifting, a chainguide and looks pretty good.

    If you want to do some kind of swap (across the world) I have a wrecked ml7 with a spare seat coller
    Let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockd View Post
    I really like the hammerschidt, mine was shelved after I was using it on an old instigator, the new frame wasn't aligned well enough to use it so it has sat in a box for a while,
    The hammerschidt is heavy granted, but it's clean shifting, a chainguide and looks pretty good.

    If you want to do some kind of swap (across the world) I have a wrecked ml7 with a spare seat coller
    Let me know
    Actually I sold my hammerschidt to a friend this afternoon, but maybe I will be interested on your wrecked ML7 anyway, can you send me some details and pictures..??

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    Ok I will try to get some pics to you over the weekend, I would have no idea of the cost of nz- us postage I know the opposite is $90 usd. I reversed my bike which was on the back of the car into my neighbours 4wd, the rear triangle is bent

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockd View Post
    Ok I will try to get some pics to you over the weekend, I would have no idea of the cost of nz- us postage I know the opposite is $90 usd. I reversed my bike which was on the back of the car into my neighbours 4wd, the rear triangle is bent

    Oh man that sucks...

    For now what size is it...!?

    Please tell me Large or at least Medium..

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    It's either a large or x large, I was never able to tell. I ride a medium but it was a pretty comfy fit.
    I now have a medium ml8 which should be a better fit by the numbers
    I'm used to the old school long top tube

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    hmm, i still need to decide here, don't i ..

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    The HS system weighs 1.9lbs more then the 760 XT triple I took off, including shifters, cables, housings, chain pieces, bottom bracket, etc.

    Shifts instantaneous, tons of ground clearance, cannot drop the chain. Will need to pressurize the damper cartridge higher for a bit more compression damping.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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    Ragetty, is there anything you would like to trade for it? I have vintage stuff as well

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