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    I am looking to go 2x10 Shimano Deore m6000 10 speed for Stealth Bike Camping

    I am have a Question about upgrading my drivetrain on my Surly LHT from 3x9 to 2x10 and I am looking at crankset chain rings 24-34t/22-33t and 11-42t Cassette 10 speed for Stealth Bicycle Camping trips here in Southern California and My crankset 9 speed is 22-32-42t and I don't use the 42t front Chain ring unloaded or loaded up and I want to remove the 42t front Chain ring go from triple to double because my third ring on the front chainring hits railroad track by crossing

    I am looking to go 2x10 Shimano Deore m6000 10 speed

    I want to eliminate the 3x9-speed and go 2x10 eventually I want to cannibalize the front and just have one in the front 1x10




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    Pretty easy conversion.

    32t narrow wide chainring 104 BCD up front - $50 or so depending on brand

    Ebay has Shimano 10sp 1x10 M6000 groupsets (derailleur, 11-42 cassette, shifter and chain) for less than $110

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    "my third ring on the front chainring hits railroad track by crossing"

    Interesting, that your 42t crank gear hits the railroad tracks

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    I know that part and I was also looking at 2x11/1x11 Shimano SLX M7000 11speed but it cost more Shimano 10speed M6000 and My rear hub is Shimano shimano xt fh-m756a 36h 10-speed 6-bolt disc rear hub, black

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    Two Sets of rail road tracks

    not on a dirt/paved road crossing but Two Sets of rail road tracks on a hiking trail I am looking to go 2x10 Shimano Deore m6000 10 speed for Stealth Bike Camping-two-railway-tracks-4000x2664_43818.jpg

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    What was the price difference between 10 and 11 speed?
    I’m running a 2x11 on a bike pack bike and pretty much love it but the only reason I’d recommend that 11s over the 10s might be finding cassettes in a few years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Chicken Bones View Post
    What was the price difference between 10 and 11 speed?
    I’m running a 2x11 on a bike pack bike and pretty much love it but the only reason I’d recommend that 11s over the 10s might be finding cassettes in a few years.
    My Rear Hub is Shimano XT M756A disc 36 holes 26" for 8,9,10 speed not 11 speed and Shimano SLX cost more than I can afford

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    I’m running 11s on several hubs that were made way before 11s was a thing.

    But let’s talk about what’s really the big question- You telling me you can pull up on the LHT in that photo and still be “stealth” camping? That thing has camper written all over it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Chicken Bones View Post
    What was the price difference between 10 and 11 speed?
    I’m running a 2x11 on a bike pack bike and pretty much love it but the only reason I’d recommend that 11s over the 10s might be finding cassettes in a few years.
    As for 1x10 or 2x10 and I am going use a SunRace 10 speed cassette 11-42t black
    My Rear Hub is Shimano XT M756A disc 36 holes 26" for 8,9,10 speed not 11 speed and Shimano SLX cost more than I can afford

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Chicken Bones View Post
    I’m running 11s on several hubs that were made way before 11s was a thing.

    But let’s talk about what’s really the big question- You telling me you can pull up on the LHT in that photo and still be “stealth” camping? That thing has camper written all over it!
    From You:"You telling me you can pull up on the LHT in that photo" me Yes I can ride my Surly LHT down on a road but I don't use the Front 104mm BCD chainring 42t Loaded or Unloaded



    From You:"still be “stealth” camping? That thing has camper written all over it!" <What do you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zazen View Post
    Pretty easy conversion.

    32t narrow wide chainring 104 BCD up front - $50 or so depending on brand

    Ebay has Shimano 10sp 1x10 M6000 groupsets (derailleur, 11-42 cassette, shifter and chain) for less than $110
    I only can buy one part at a time and No eBay here since eBay was Hacked

    I only buy from universalcycles.com/

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    Maybe I don’t understand “stealth” camping! I thought it was trying to look like you’re not camping, and a loaded touring bike sure looks like camping to me. Especially in the evening, the light is getting low, you’ve just pedaled away from the grocery store? Well, that rider looks like he’s finding a special quiet place to camp.

    Universal Cycles? Those folks are great. Wonderful pricing. I love them. And not just because they have a cat on their front page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Chicken Bones View Post
    Maybe I don’t understand “stealth” camping! I thought it was trying to look like you’re not camping, and a loaded touring bike sure looks like camping to me. Especially in the evening, the light is getting low, you’ve just pedaled away from the grocery store? Well, that rider looks like he’s finding a special quiet place to camp.

    Universal Cycles? Those folks are great. Wonderful pricing. I love them. And not just because they have a cat on their front page.
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    Stealth Camping is trying to not being seen by anyone else from dusk to Dawn around 7pm to 7am
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