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    Misc parts replacements

    Today's garage puttering resulted installation of new shiny bits. The other parts were just getting too worn out. May break 'em in tomorrow.
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    Don't harsh my mello

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    Nothing like the feel of a new drivetrain.

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    Nice cassettes

    Which one is the new one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 105millimetersofpleasure
    Which one is the new one?
    After today, the new shiny be gone. Dust everywhere but....my first attempt at a swap of this magnitude functioned with no mechanical bizarre behavior on trail.
    Don't harsh my mello

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    Sweet!

    Time to apply another Bass.

    That reminds me I have 3 cold Lagunitas IPAs in the fridge.

    Gottagobye..........

    Smack. That's mo' bettah.

    Now where was I?

    Oh, yeah. Congrats on the new drivetrain.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm

    Wanna throw the old parts my way so I can try making a Jeff Jones 6 Speed-Chris King SS Hub deal for my 1x1?
    I need a spidered cassette to machine down..
    *3rd to last pic: http://jonesbikes.com/blog/?m=200803

    Heck, once someone blows through their 10 speed cassette hit me up!
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    Nice. Nothing like a fresh DT to make things crispy again.
    I've got a stack of PG990 cassettes and PC991 chains all brand new and spanky sitting in the bike closet, waiting ever so patiently to be put into use.

    What chain is that on there WG?
    Look, whatever happens, don't fight the mountain.

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    Chain is a PC69.
    Obi - you're welcome to an old cassette. I have a rather used XT 760 I'd rather see recycled than toss.
    Don't harsh my mello

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    Shiny! So do you have a t-30 torx wrench on your multi - tool?

    -slide

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